- Fort Imagination playground
- 18 hole disc golf course - Click to Download Score Card
- Sculpture Walk - Open through August 2023. The sculpture walk is located on the perimeter and entryway featuring 16 pieces of art from artists around the country.
- Shelter house available for rent (see amenities below)
- Picnic pavilion (see amenities below)
- Drop-off flag disposal container
- 1 mile crushed stone walking path
- Warm up exercise station
- Flower garden
- Free Wi-Fi
Woodlands Park shelter house (for rent)
- 10 picnic tables
- Outdoor fireplace
- 1 Charcoal grill
- 1 double electric outlet
Woodlands Park picnic pavilion (no reservation needed)
- 14 picnic tables
- 3 double electric outlets
- First come, first serve basis
1997 - Fort Imagination is the playground that was community-built with funds raised by citizens. It has been a model for other community-built playgrounds. In the Summer of 2008, a grant was received from Scots Miracle-Gro Company through Keep America Beautiful. These grant funds were used to revitalize the landscaping at Fort Imagination.2000 - The Johnny Appleseed tree grove was planted as part of the City's Arbor Day celebration.
2001 - The long perennial flower garden located on State Route 795 was established with help from an Eagle Scout project. The plantings at the West park entrance sign was a project of the 2011 Freshman Wood County Master Gardener Class.
2009 - In celebration of the Perrysburg Garden Club's 75th anniversary, the club planted the "Avenue of Trees" along the walking path. This is an ongoing project of the garden club. All Thumbs Garden Club maintains a Japanese style garden on the East side of the park. The Perrysburg Country Garden Club established the ornamental grass garden along the walking path on the East side of the park.
2012 - The eighteen (18) hole disc golf course was installed with partial funding from Wood County Park District.
2018 - American Flag Retirement Box was installed. This Eagle Scout project by Alex Klosterman offers a convenient place to drop off a torn/tattered flag so that it can be respectfully disposed of without showing disgrace.
2019 - Eagle Scout kiosk was dedicated. This project by Gary Nordahl displays a record of all of the Perrysburg Eagle Scouts to show that scouting is alive and well in the community.