• Quail Hollow Park Master Plan
  • Quail Hollow Park Master Plan
  • Quail Hollow Park Master Plan
  • Quail Hollow Park Master Plan
  • Quail Hollow Park Master Plan

Stark Parks

Quail Hollow Park - Hartville, OH

Quail Hollow Park, formerly a State Park but now managed by Stark Parks, features over 700 acres of rolling meadows, marshes, pine and deciduous woods surrounding a 40-room house. The property includes historic buildings and gardens, two residences, a recreational area and small pond, numerous hiking trails, mountain biking and equestrian trails, a small cemetery, and a wide variety of ecological zones.

Domokur Architects was selected to develop a Park Master Plan that:

  1. Creates excitement and builds public support by developing a vision that respects the history of the park and the surrounding region, celebrates the natural environment, and provides a sense of place for the enjoyment of the community.
  2. The Master Plan will include all isolated properties located within the park boundary as well as identify adjacent properties that may benefit the park long-term, improve park access, and enhance connections to the community.
  3. Validates and Extends the Greenway and Trail Master Plan and provides recommendations for trail extensions that would enhance community connectivity including local schools, nearby parks and conservation areas, central business districts, and higher density residential areas such as the nursing home.

Domokur’s scope of services includes a needs assessment, research of all existing background data, an existing facilities inventory and evaluation, creating and leading focus groups, community surveys, and public forums, alternative design concepts, Implementation Plan, and a Long-Term Operating, Management, and Budget, and Final Report. The Master Plan must be cost effective, maintainable, and consider the unique needs of the structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places.