Orange Bridge Park

A 1-acre park on the Orange Township trail system located on the east side of the multi-use bridge across US RT 23. Bridge Park includes a shelter, picnic tables, drinking fountain, bike racks, and a few parking spaces.

On November 15, 2021, the Orange Township Board of Trustees voted to rename the bridge to the Len T. Fisher Memorial Bridge to honor his many contributions to the area as the chair of our park board and a member of the Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission.

7079 Emil’s Way | Lewis Center, Ohio

Open dawn to dusk

Park Amenities


The North Orange Park Shelter was completed in the fall of 2005. The facility was awarded a “Superior” category award by the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association Annual Awards of Excellence Program for outstanding construction projects.

The shelter can be used by the general public on a first-come, first-serve basis if it is not being rented. The fireplace can be used during the cooler months of the year to expand the use of the facility. Wood is provided by the Township. Please ensure that the fire is completely extinguished prior to leave the facilities.


The playground contains an area designed for ages 2 – 5 as well as 5 – 12, and many features are accessible to children with disabilities.

pedestrian bridge at night

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