Skip to main content

Tom Kruse Wildlife Conservation Park

The Tom Kruse Wildlife Conservation Park consists of approximately 80 acres with significant wildlife habitat, gently rolling meadows, a wooded ravine, and a pond. There will be public access for fishing, hiking, bird watching, nature study and more. This park is situated in Montgomery Township and ideally located near the heart of Ashland at the intersection of State Route 60 and County Road 1754.

This beautiful park was acquired on December 16, 2019 from the Ashland County Commissioners. A State of Ohio Clean Ohio grant funded the land transfer. This park was named after the current commissioner, Tom Kruse, who has played a major role since the establishment of the park district in 2002. Construction has been completed to enhance the pond, construct a handicap accessible fishing pier, and the addition of trails. The Ashland County Park District is proud of the partnership they’ve forged with the Ashland County Commissioners and that they can continue to keep its promises to the great citizens of Ashland County.

Park Amenities

TK Park
Ashland, Ohio 44805
GPS Coordinates