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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.
Manor House Tours: Guided tours occur of the H.B. Stewart home at Quail Hollow Park happen on Sundays until the end of October. Are you a fan of Ohio frontier history? Do you enjoy learning about the industrial era of the early 20th century? Maybe you are inspired by home design, decoration, and landscaping. If any of these apply to you, then you won't want to miss this tour! Begin by entering the visitor center door located behind the eastern side of the house from the main drive. There, you'll begin your tour with a staff member or volunteer. Guided tours will occur at the top of the hour at 1 and 2:30 pm, last approximately 45-60 min, and include rooms on three levels. This building has no elevator so be prepared to climb stairs. No registration required.
After your tour stop into the Quail's Nest Gift Shop for gifts or snacks and enjoy strolling around the park’s 700 acres. The Nature Center at Quail Hollow remains closed at this time.