Brownhelm Township Hall
1940 North Ridge Road
Vermilion, Ohio 44089
Parks and Recreation
The Brownhelm Schoolhouse Park is located behind the Township Hall at 1940
North Ridge Road in Vermilion. The park has soccer and baseball fields along
with basketball courts, a picnic pavilion, and playground for the kiddies.
Brownhelm Lakefront Park is located at the end of Woodside Avenue, north off
Lake Road (U.S. Route 6), about a mile west of Baumhart
Road. Beautiful views of Lake Erie can be seen from the park benches in this
park which also has a handicap accessible picnic area.
BROWNHELM TOWNSHIP PARK RULES AND
person shall injure, deface, destroy, disturb, or remove any part of the
park, signs, facilities, or growing things. Damages incurred become the
financial responsibility of the perpetrator(s) or their parents, if a
loitering or dumping of any material of any kind in the park except any
refuse arising from the normal use and enjoyment of the park. All refuse
must be placed in appropriate trash containers.
person may molest, injure, or destroy any wildlife in the park.
portable stoves or grills are permitted in shelters or on compositional
fires except for cooking purposes and only in a designated area.
dumping of hot ashes or fire onto grass, plants, ground, or trash
use of firearms, fireworks, or any other explosives.
overnight camping or parking on township park property.
person shall disturb the peace of other park patrons or park neighbors.
shall be no gambling or alcoholic beverages permitted in the park. No
one under the influence of any alcoholic beverage or drug of abuse shall
be permitted in the park.
person shall be in the park with indecent conduct or exposure.
person shall use obscene or abusive language in the park.
vehicles in the park must remain on established roadways or parking
areas and observe a 10 mile per hour speed limit. No reckless operation
shall be permitted in the park.
animals must be on a leash and their litter picked up by the owner or other
facilities are closed from dusk to dawn and all juveniles are subject to
the township curfew. Anyone on township property after curfew or closing
hours will be considered trespassing and subject to arrest for criminal
trespass unless special permission has been previously obtained from a
person directed to leave the park premises by a township official or law
enforcement officer for any misconduct must do so immediately or face
charges for criminal trespass.