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Meek’s Park is a 1.62 acre linear park, located along Paint Creek, in the eastern portion of the Village. The newest of the Village parks, the land was obtained in August 1985 when Ralph Meek sold it to the Village for $1.00.

Meek’s Park has approximately 600 feet along the banks of Paint Creek, and is accessible by walkways. There are walkways leading to the park from Glenn Street (east side), Broadway Street (west side), and pedestrian bridges from Washington Street and the Orion Art Center (north side).

The park features a paved walking trail alongside Paint Creek, picnic tables, park benches, and a checkerboard table.