The John McIntire Outdoor Classroom features plantings of native trees and prairie plants. The prairie plantings include a Monarch butterfly way station which is composed of over thirty milkweed plants representing three separate cultivars. A solar powered stone bubbler serves as a water source for pollinators and animals that visit the classroom.
Westview Community Park is a developing passive recreation area located on the former site of the Westview Elementary School. Planned features include a traditional gazebo, paved walking paths, Nature Play, great lawn for casual play and family sports, ornamental and native plantings, park benches and picnicking.
The Bailey and AEP property comprises approximately 200 acres of land near Duncan Falls. The property offers a mix of hardwood forests, riverine wetlands, and open meadows. A 40-acre parcel was donated by the Bailey family to the Park District, with another 21 acres donated by American Electric Power (AEP).
The property was bequeathed to the Muskingum Valley Park District by Miss Bernice Delong for the establishment of Meadow Springs Farm.