Medina, OH 44256
Lake Medina has two entrances/parking lots.
Rt. 18 Entrance
North: N 41 08' 14.238
West: W 081 49' 21.072
Granger Road Entrance
North: N 41 09' 08.754
West: W 081 49' 20.310
Medina County Park District has a lease agreement with the city of Medina and operates the area as a county park. Lake Medina is a hidden oasis nestled between Route 18 to the south and Granger Road to the north, just west of Interstate 71. Hiking, fishing, biking, canoeing, and cross-country skiing are just a few leisure activities visitors can enjoy at this park.
In the early 1960s, the city of Medina was looking for a way to supplement its water supply. A decision to create an upland reservoir was made, and the development of Lake Medina began. Through the creation of a long earthen levy, the valley adjoining the West Branch of the Rocky River was flooded with water pumped from the river. Three large-capacity pumps located in the concrete pump house on the northern side of the lake were used daily as the city pumped water into the lake and removed water to be used for the city water supply. Due to increasing demands for water as the city grew, an alternate water supply from Lake Erie was developed, and the lake was no longer used as a water supply after June of 2002.
All Purpose Trail
The 1.63-mile Lake Medina Trail is an asphalt path that follows the willows and sycamores along the West Branch of the Rocky River and connects to the city of Medina’s paved trail along Reagan Parkway. The 10-foot-wide trail runs along the bottom of the reservoir’s dam, crosses the river channel twice with bridges and boardwalks, and provides safe crossing of State Route 3 and Reagan Parkway, utilizing crosswalks and a pedestrian signalization system.
Lake Medina Activities/Amenities
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