Parks & Recreation
Mayfield Pond Park offers a shelter pavilion with a fireplace, restrooms, and picnic area for family gatherings. There is a minimally equipped playground, a boardwalk, an overlook, and an area for fishing. Nothing can beat the views of the blossoms along the scenic and historical trail in the spring and the fall colors from the overlook. The Pond has many natural and historical tales to tell. It is the home of the original Adam’s Fly and is visited by many famous trout fishermen.
Mayfield Pond Park Trail Map
24 miles of the Boardman River Trail is now complete and provides 7 miles of newly constructed single-track trail connecting Mayfield Pond Park to the North Country Trail.
Trail users can enjoy lakes, rivers, boardwalks, bridges, scenic vistas, forest and wildlife. The BRT also serves as a connecting trail for people to safely walk or bike to the soccer fields, the YMCA, the Nature Education Reserve, Kingsley and the NCT. The trail is ideal for backpacking, bike camping, trail running, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, bird watching, photography and wildlife study.
Pavilion Rental Fee
$ 50.00 rental fee + $25.00 deposit (deposit will be returned after the event). For more information please see the Mayfield Pond Park Park Use Permit Application/Rules. See calendar for available dates.