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BEACH & PARK
The whole village is like one big park in itself.
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Timberlakes village hall and park feature a community hall residents may rent for nominal fees, a picnic pavilion, bocce court, horseshoe pit, bike racks, garden beds maintained by volunteers, and a staircase down to a private park beach…all of this is for residents only and their guests.

TIMBERLAKE BEACH

Enjoy a day in paradise on our private, secluded beach….Soak up the sun, splash in the waves, hunt for beachglass, and enjoy the relaxing sounds of the water, on Timberlakes small, but really sweet little beach on Lake Erie. The steps leading to it are a little rugged, so plan your visit accordingly. Timberlake’s beach borders private property on both sides, so please be respectful to stay on the Village portion of the beach. Borders can easily be identified as they fall directly in line with the Village Hall and Park property and fence lines. The Village of Timberlake Beach is a private beach for residents and their accompanied guests only. Beach hours are from Sunrise to Sunset.

TIMBERLAKE BOCCE COURTS AND LEAGUE

The game is simple, can be played by people of all ages and skill levels. Join the Timberlake Bocce League! The season starts every Spring and goes until August with playoffs between the top winning teams.

TIMBERLAKE HORSESHOE PITS

The Village Hall Park has brand new horseshoe pits. Bring your own horseshoes and pitch a game anytime!

TIMBERLAKE BIKE RACKS

The Village of Timberlake is great for all kinds of exercise…biking, walking, and running. With all of our streets combined, there are several miles of beautiful bike roadways. And both parks have bike racks to allow bikers to safely store their bikes while enjoying each park.

TIMBERLAKE PARK BENCHES

Park it on a Timberlake bench. Give yourself time to breathe in fresh air. Spend some time resting, studying the trees (this lowers adrenaline, cortisol, and blood pressure), watching the animals, or simply daydreaming. These quiet spots can be quite restorative.

 

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