13480 Congress Lake Avenue, Hartville, 44632
Status Alert: Master Plan Meeting and Collection from the Park
The final Public Forum for creating the Master Plan for Quail Hollow Park will be held: Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Lake High School Cafeteria (1025 Lake Center St NW, Uniontown, OH 44685) The forum will begin with a 20 to 30 minute presentation summarizing past planning efforts and public involvement as well as detailing the proposed Master Plan Concepts for Quail Hollow Park. After the presentation, attendees are encouraged to breakout into small group discussions at stations to ask questions, provide input, and express opinions on the plan. The feedback gathered will help mold the final Master Plan debuting in June 2017. Removal of items from the Quail Hollow Park is prohibited. A Special Permit Form for collection must be approved in advance.
Open Daily: Sunrise to Sunset
Administrative Office: 330.477.3552
On-Duty Ranger: 330.353.2377
Quail Hollow Park Office: (330) 409-8096
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. Follow them on Facebook!
A primitive group camping site is available with advance reservations for groups up to 25 people. The area includes a fire ring and picnic tables. Water must be carried in and trash must be packed out. Parking, water, and restrooms are located .25 mile from the site. Submit a Special Event Request to use the primitive camping area.
Several rooms inside the Manor House are available to rent for business meetings, weddings, and group functions.
A charming gazebo on the Manor House grounds can be rented for outdoor activities including weddings.
The house is open for scheduled programming and events at this time.
The Carriage House Nature Center features live animals and hands-on educational activities. The Carriage House Nature Center features live animals and hands-on educational activities. The Center is open Thursdays from 4 to 8 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. May 11, 2017 through Oct. 31, 2017. Programs can be requested by organized groups and clubs.
The Quail’s Nest Gift Shop stocks a variety of nature related products, such as toys, finger puppets, books, gardening items, birdhouses and feeders, magnets, postcards, mugs, candles, and pictures.
The Gift Shop is open Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. Hours subject to change.
Under the proper winter conditions, guests can enjoy cross-country skiing (rental area located in the lower level of the the Manor House), ice skating, and sledding.
Cross Country Skiing Equipment Rental:
Call 330.877.2457 to see if adequate snow conditions exist for skiing.
Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sundays from Noon to 4 p.m.
Ages 6 and under: $4/hour
Golden Buckeye: $6/hour
Groups of 10 or more: $6/hour
Concessions and rentals are operated by the Quail Hollow Volunteer Association.
Trail Length: 3.25 Miles
A moderate level, 3.25-mile loop Mountain Bike Trail passes through mostly through deciduous and coniferous forests. The trail is marked with arrows to indicate the direction of flow.
Trail Length: 1.2 Miles
This trail for hikers and equestrians on the SW side of the park travels through a deciduous forest.
Trail Length: 3.6 Miles
The Equestrian Trails travel through coniferous forests near the west side of the park.
Trail Length: 5.4 Miles
The Nature for All trail is a asphalt paved trail. Other trails are easy and a natural surface and go near vernal pools, wetlands, coniferous forests, and deciduous forests.
Strolling through Quail Hollow Park.
The Stark County Park District prohibits the use of motorized vehicles in this park and on its trails. Sections of trail may not be suitable for wheelchair access. Weather may impact the accessibility of trails, always use caution.