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Forest Park, Ottawa County, Ohio

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Forest Park, Ottawa County, Ohio

For the city in Hamilton County, see Forest Park, Ohio.
Forest Park, Ohio
Unincorporated community

Location of Forest Park, Ohio

Coordinates: 41°32′41″N 83°22′44″W / 41.54472°N 83.37889°W / 41.54472; -83.37889Coordinates: 41°32′41″N 83°22′44″W / 41.54472°N 83.37889°W / 41.54472; -83.37889

Country United States
State Ohio
County Ottawa
Township Clay
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)

Forest Park is an unincorporated community in northwestern Clay Township, Ottawa County, Ohio, United States. It lies at the intersection of Hellwig and Reiman Roads with State Route 51, Gray and Kennard Roads, less than 2 miles (about 3 km) northwest of Genoa and a similar distance southwest of Clay Center. The headwaters of the South Fork of Turtle Creek, which empties into Lake Erie to the east, are located south of Forest Park, and both parts of the South Fork flow past the community.[1]


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