Firestone Park Renovations

A safe place to run, jump and play!


Part of ongoing efforts by the Restoration & Beautification Committee of Columbiana to enhance the outdoor experience of residents and visitors alike, the Firestone Dog Park Campaign is a grassroots effort to build a welcoming, safe, public dog park in our community.

Nestled within the diverse 72-acre landscape of historic Harvey S. Firestone Recreation Park, the Firestone Dog Park will provide people and their canine companions the opportunity to build life-long friendships and enjoy quality time outdoors in a dog-friendly space:

  • 1.75-acre fenced area strategically located near existing Walking Trail
  • Natural setting with shade trees and space to run free
  • Double gates for safety
  • Separate runs for small and large dogs
  • Water stations
  • Park benches
  • Dog depots/waste stations
  • Off-leash safe space to run, jump and play!

Help build Firestone Dog Park:

  • Mail check payable to Restore Columbiana/FDP to P.O. Box 53, Columbiana, OH 44408
  • Donate online at

A happy dog is a well-mannered dog. Share your passion for dogs and help spread the joy to our canine friends!

Get Down for Your Dog/Yoga for the FDP
6pm, Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Riser Tavern on The Links, Firestone Farms Golf Course, Columbiana
Hosted by Summer Stoy-Barker & Studio Oxygen Yoga
$18 includes all-levels power yoga class & Riser’s beverage.
Paw Prints for the Park
Baker’s Concrete Creations
Purchase a 7-inch or 15-inch concrete paw print and 20% goes to the FDP Campaign! Etching available (for a fee). This is a great way to celebrate the life and love of your BFF (best furred friend). For details, email:
Follow Restore Columbiana on Facebook!

The Firestone Dog Park, named after entrepreneur and Columbiana-native Harvey S. Firestone, is a campaign of the Restoration & Beautification Committee of Columbiana, a 503(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization focused on restoring the beauty and history of Columbiana, OH. The charity directs capital projects funded by a combination of community sponsors, private donations and government grants. Visit Restore Columbiana on Facebook.

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