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    FAQ's

    1. Which Parks do Montgomery County Parks and Grounds maintain and operate?
    2. What months are the parks open for operation?
    3. What are the hours of the Parks Office?
    4. Do you need a fishing license to fish in your parks?
    5. Do you have shelter rentals?
    6. How do I rent a shelter?
    7. What types of sports and recreational facilities do you offer?
    8. Is Montgomery County Parks and Grounds part of Five Rivers Metro Parks?

    1. Which Parks do Montgomery County Parks and Grounds maintain and operate?
    • Judge Arthur O. Fisher Park in Jefferson Township
    • Madison Lakes Park in Trotwood
    • Art Van Atta Park in Vandalia

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    2. What months are the parks open for operation?

    April 1 through October 31 - 7:00am - dusk
    November 1 - March 31 Closed

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    3. What are the hours of the Parks Office?

    Please call

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    4. Do you need a fishing license to fish in your parks?
    • Madison Lakes, Arthur Fisher and Art Van Atta all have fishing lakes.
    • No license is needed to fish in these lakes

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    5. Do you have shelter rentals?
    • Yes, reservations for the season begin on February 1st each year
    • Shelters are located in all three parks
    • Shelters rent for $40.00 for shelters without electricity
    • $50.00 with electricity

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    6. How do I rent a shelter?
    • Shelters may be reserved online or by calling the Montgomery County Parks and Grounds office at 225-4661.  We will take your information and email or fax a reservation form to you. You may return your payment via mail or in person at the office.

    For more information call 225-4661

     

    7.  What types of fitness facilities do you offer?
    • Disc Golf
    • Basketball
    • Baseball
    • Softball
    • Soccer fields
    • Tennis
    • Fishing
    • Exercise Stations trail
    • Playground equipment

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    8. Is Montgomery County Parks and Grounds part of Five Rivers Metro Parks?

    No, we are a separate entity and under the Board of County Commissioners

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