Quail Hollow Park
Quail Hollow Park features over 700 acres of rolling meadows, marshes, pine and deciduous woods surrounding a 40-room house. Scenic woodland trails, gardens and the house offer a variety of natural and cultural experiences for visitors. Operating as a state park since 1975, Stark Parks began managing the park in January of 2016.
The former H.B. Stewart family home is used for educational and community programs and events. A visitor center is located within the home. Fishing is recommended at the 2-acre Shady Lane Pond. A valid Ohio fishing license is required. Picnic areas are located in the center of the park with tables, grills, and restrooms close by.
The Quail Hollow Volunteer Association offers a variety of volunteer opportunities to enhance park programs and the park site. The association also acts as a base of support for the park by assisting the park staff, raising funds, accepting donations to aid park operations, and acts as a link between the park and the surrounding community.