Riverside Park Waterfront & Waterfalls

231 McManness Avenue, Findlay

History: Riverside Park, originally opened in 1906, has the notoriety of being Hancock County’s oldest park and is located at the site of the old Water Works Park. Recent renovations are a cooperative effort between the City of Findlay and Hancock Park District. The City of Findlay owns and manages Riverside Park, with the Waterfront Area managed and maintained by the HPD. 

Features:

Riverside Waterfalls  
East Main Cross off McManness/Osborn Avenue

Features:

  • fishing area
  • overlook 
  • parking lot
  • picnic site
  • boat launch
  • portage trail around dam
  • Riverview trailhead

BLANCHARD RIVER GREENWAY MAP
OLD MILL STREAM PARKWAY MAP

HPD VISITOR GUIDE 

 Riverside Waterfalls Pavilion

 

 

 

 

 

 

HANCOCK PARK DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS
1424 East Main Cross Street
Findlay, OH 45840
419-425-PARK/7275
hpdparks@hancockparks.com

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am - 4:30pm