Wyoming Parks, Fields, and Preserves

Click here to view a map of Wyoming’s parks, fields, playgrounds, walking/biking/hiking paths. All parks, with the exception of the lighted tennis courts and the multi-purpose field, are open from dawn until dusk.

Parks and Fields

Wyoming Multi-purpose Synthetic Athletic Field
Our newest park addition is the Wyoming Multi-purpose Field located at our Wyoming Recreation Center, 9940 Springfield Pike. This synthetic athletic field was completed in February of 2011 and has been in full use since it’s opening. The field is lined for football, soccer, lacrosse (men’s and women’s) and baseball. It is a great asset to our community. For reservation information or other field questions, call 513.821.5200.

Foster Grove Memorial Park
Located at the end of Durrell Avenue and Crescent Avenue. Two baseball/softball fields are located within the park. On the south end of the park, a basketball court can be found. A playground is located at the north end. Accessible restrooms and a picnic shelter are available at Foster Grove Memorial Park.

Chisholm Park
Located on Chisholm Trail at the Cody Pass intersection, Chisholm Park is home to a spring softball field.

Camp John McLean Memorial Park
Located on the north side of Bonham Road, just west of Springfield Pike; Camp John McLean Memorial Park consists of a dedicated green space where numerous activities can take place.

Hilltop Park/Playground
Located at the intersection of Reily Road and Oliver Road. Hilltop Park is equipped with a baseball/softball field, a basketball court, and playground facilities. A park that suits all ages!

Oak Park
Located on Oak Avenue, a block north of the Wyoming Municipal Building. Oak Park houses two lacrosse/soccer/ football fields, a walking path, and a basketball court. In 2002, new playground equipment was installed, including a rock climbing structure. Accessible restrooms and a picnic shelter are available.

North Park Field
Located on North Park Avenue. North Park is home to a baseball field and connects to the Hike/Bike Trail. Also includes a new play structure constructed in 2018.

Crescent Park
Located on Crescent Avenue south of the Wyoming Avenue business district; Crescent Park is perfect for outside gatherings at its picnic area and playground.

Centennial Park
Located at the corner of Springfield Pike and Linden Drive. Benches are located within the park for residents to enjoy the gardens planted and maintained by the Trowel and Error Garden Club. A fountain is also located at this park.

Junior Woman’s Club Park/Tot Lot
Located off of Springfield Pike near the tennis courts. This park has a fenced in play area for toddlers, it is equipped with toddler-size equipment and a picnic area.

The Wyoming Skate Park
Located at Oak Park, the 7,000 sq. ft. skate park has two “bowls” (6′ & 8′), a 4′ nipple, a small “funbox”, a two layer ledge, a half pyramid, and rails (square & round). Helmets and pads are strongly recommended. The Skate Park closes at dusk.

Village Green Park and Gazebo
Located in the business district at the corner of Wyoming and Oak Avenues. Village Green is home to a gazebo, benches, walkways, and lamp posts. Village Green serves as a focal point for many community events.


Preserves are defined as developed property placed into a Trust for the benefit and enjoyment of residents as part of the Green Areas Trust program. Thirty acres are currently in the Trust, and listed as nature preserves and passive parks.

  • North Park is located on North Park Avenue. The preserve contains an arboretum and a small green belt area along the Mill Creek.
  • Ritchie Preserve is a nature preserve. It can be accessed from Sweetwater Drive or Ritchie Avenue.
  • Stearns Woods is located at the corner of Glenway and Oliver. An historical marker has been placed at the entrance to the Green Areas at this location.


Hike/Bike Trail
The Wyoming Hike/Bike Trail was dedicated on April 18, 2009. The trail extends from the bend in the road where North Park Avenue and North Avenue meet and takes you along a scenic wooded path along the Mill Creek to the Wyoming Recreation Center. In 2012, the Village of Woodlawn finished an extension of their Hike/Bike trail which now connects to the end of Wyoming’s trail. Click here for a map of the West Fork Mill Creek Greenway Trail. In 2018, the trail was extended from the bend in the road at North Park Avenue and North Avenue to the entrance at Oak Park.

The combined trails can be used to access the Wyoming and Woodlawn Recreation Centers, Glenwood Gardens, and the Glenwood Crossings Shopping Center. The Wyoming Hike/Bike Trail is part of the West Fork Mill Creek Greenway Trail, and part of a larger greenway network.

Walking/Biking Routes
To view three recommended walking and biking routes on relatively quiet Wyoming streets, click here.