Village of Warsaw

Coshocton County, Ohio

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The Walhonding Valley Historical Society

The Walhonding Valley Historical Society was formed in 2001 -- the culmination of a vision by community leader Marvin Davis, who died two years earlier. Marvin wished there to be a way for people to share in preserving the past for future generations so they can cherish its traditions and learn from its lessons. The Society is governed by a Board of Trustees, which has adopted bylaws and incorporated with the state as a non-profit corporation.

Walhonding Valley Fire District

The Walhonding Valley Fire District was established in 1987 in a five bay building on Main Street in Warsaw. The original fire department was formed in 1925 and was the Warsaw Fire Department. To read more, visit their site.

Coshocton County

The Official site of Coshocton County where you can get information on all County offices, services, etc.

River View School District

Information concerning the River View School District which serves the Village of Warsaw.

United Way of Coshocton County

Coshocton County's United Way organization with listings of their members and programs.



River View Community Park

In 1965, Robert Jonard, President of the Warsaw Lions Club, had a dream to create a local community park that would serve the Village Residents of Warsaw as well as the western half of Coshocton County. In 1967 this dream came to fruition, becoming a reality when the River View Community Recreation Corporation purchased a 10-acre tract of land on the eastern edge of Warsaw.



The park has since expanded to 17 acres of beautifully maintained land and serves as a gathering place for many of the village's residents. Numerous festivals and sporting events take place at the park throughout the year and you can often find impromptu gatherings during the weekends.

With the parks increased use and growth has come numerous additions to the equipment and facilities located there.

The River View Community Park Includes:
  • A colorful children's playground - complete with swings, monkey bars and slides (as well as benches for the parents)
  • A Tennis Court
  • Men and Women Restroom Facilities
  • Eight half-court basketball arenas, all well maintained and freshly painted.
  • Two picnic shelters, one with a full kitchen. As well as numerous non-sheltered picnic tables.
  • Three full-sized, fenced baseball diamonds (two of which are lighted).

There is ample room for parking your vehicle, even during the busiest of events and festivities.

The River View Community Park Board is a volunteer organization that meets on the second Tuesday of every month at the Village Hall, 7:00pm. Their objective is to oversee the day to day operations of the park and pool conduct fund raisers in support of them. All are welcome to join!

Shelter Rental Information

All Park Shelters are available at no charge on a first come, first serve basis. However, if you would like to reserve a shelter for a particular date to guarantee availability, please read the following information and use the Shelter Request Form .

  • Large shelter features a full kitchen area with refrigerators and cook tops - $75.00 plus $50.00 Security Deposit
  • Small covered shelter - $40.00

If you are interested in checking availability of the shelters, please contact the Village office at 740-824-3600. Reservations are not confirmed until the Shelter Request Form and payment are received.

Please download and send in the  with payment to the Village of Warsaw, PO Box 399 Warsaw,Ohio 43844

Park Board Members

  • President - Jesse Fischer
  • Vice-President - Corey Fischer
  • Secretary - B.J. Russell

The Park Board Officers wish to thank all of the many dedicated community volunteers who give of their time and resources to support the Park Boards project to support the River View Community Park.

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River View Community Pool

The River View Community Pool complex, located at the park, consists of an L-shaped pool complete with a diving board


and two tube slides. The pool depth ranges from 3ft. on the shallow side to a full 10ft. deep near the diving boards. The pool complex also features a water park with a mushroom waterfall and geysers. Also, new increased green space with shade umbrellas for parents and infants. Additionally, the complex houses changing rooms with showers, and a concession stand.


Pool Hours:                Mon-Sat. 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

                                     Sunday   12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  



Daily Admission:        Adults (18 & Over): $6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Students (Ages 2-17): $5                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Under 2: Free 


Memberships:            Group (4 people, Min. 1 Adult, Max. 2 Adults):                                                                                                                                                                                                      $260 (May add up to 3 additonal persons at $40 each)                                                                                                                                                                                        Single (Adult or Student): $155


Punch Cards (30 admissions):      $120





---The pool will not open any day the forecasted high air temperature is below 70 degrees

---Management may close the pool at any time due to staff shortages

---All Membership sales will be at the pool during normal business hours

Monthly Calendar

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Jul 20, 2022
07:00PM - 09:00PM
Council Meeting