Jesse Owens State Park

General Information

Allow Children? Yes children are allowed

Allow Smoking? Yes smoking is allowed

Allow pets? Yes well behaved dogs are allowed

Is there Parking? Yes there is customer parking

Are there Handicap Facilities? Yes there are Handicap Facilities

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Name of Attraction = Jesse Owens State Park

Type of Attraction = State Park

Directions = See Map

Summary = Jesse Owens State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Ohio, near New Philadelphia. It was established in 1981 and named for Jesse Owens, who grew up in the area and won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin.

The park is located on a site that was originally owned by William Tilden. In 1817 Tilden built a house there and called it "Tilden Villa." The house is still standing today, but has been remodeled over time to reflect its various owners.

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Opening Time = All Day

Closing Time = All Day

Adult Price = Free

Children Price = Free

OAP Price = Free

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