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Kathryn Stagge-Marr Park

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Kathryn Stagge-Marr Park
6662 Goshen Rd
Goshen, Ohio 45122

This former property of Kathryn Stagge-Marr was transferred to Clermont County Parks in 2022 after years of care from the Goshen volunteer park board. Stagge-Marr’s vision was to keep this 82-acres as a community resource, and we are happy to be a part of carrying out her wish!  The park features the popular Osage Grove Disc Golf Course, a small fishing pond, Veteran’s Memorial, reservable shelter and playground. It has been the site of many concerts, kickball tournaments, markets and more.

Osage Grove Disc Golf
Osage Grove Disc Golf

Osage Grove Disc Golf Course  

Consistently rated as a top course in Ohio, the Osage course features 18-holes through a wooded course. The course has large concrete tees and a 450’ driving range with a practice putting basket at the entrance. There is signage at each basket indicating hole location and distance.

 

 

Stagge-Marr Shelter
Shelter and playground

Picnic Shelter

The picnic shelter at Stagge-Marr Park  is 48X30 feet and has (9) 8 ft. picnic tables, two small grills, trash cans and electric. Seating capacity is 72. There are restrooms, water fountains, and a playground nearby, and guests can also enjoy the fishing pond and disc golf course.

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JAN, 2022

The Clermont County Park District announces that applications are now available for the 2022 Community Parks Improvement Grant Program. It is designed to help Clermont County townships and villages make improvements to their parks. The Board of Park ...

Joshua P. Torbeck

Joshua P. Torbeck has been named the new Executive Director of the Clermont County Park District by the county’s Board of Park Commissioners. Torbeck began in his new position on July 17.

Torbeck, 40, has more than 10 years of professional experienc...

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Chris Clingman, who has led the Clermont County Park District for more than 21 years, has decided to retire as its director later this year. The Board of Park Commissioners will begin a search for his replacement immediately and Clingman will remain ...

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