The Epworth Park Cottage Owners Association invites you to visit historic Epworth Park. The park continues to instill the peace and serenity that offers an escape from the fast-paced lifestyle that we know today. Nestled among a grove of majestic oak trees are sixty-one quaint Victorian cottages that invite you to walk in the footsteps of our ancestors, and to experience the happiness and tranquility of days gone by.

Enjoy a picnic by the lake. Throw a line in the water and try your luck at catching a bluegill, bass, or catfish. Children will enjoy the large, fenced playground. Bring the sports equipment for a friendly game of basketball, baseball or volleyball. Or, just walk along the sidewalks winding through the cottages, and imagine a much simpler time, when folks sat on the front porch and greeted neighbors and visitors as they walked by.

The Epworth Park Cottage Owners Association, Inc. (EPCOAI) owns almost nine acres of the twenty-eight acres of ground that comprise Epworth Park. The Village of Bethesda owns twelve acres, including the lake; and Epworth Center owns seven acres. Epworth Park is open April 1 through November 1 of each year.

Picnic tables are scattered throughout the park.
The two large shelter houses can be reserved by contacting...
The Village of Bethesda
(740) 484-1250


Directions to Epworth Park
Located 35 miles east of Cambridge, OH
and 23 miles west of Wheeling, WV
From I–70 take Exit 208 then
OH-149 S/Belmont Morristown Rd for 2.4 miles
Turn right onto OH-147 W/Bethesda Belmont Rd for 1.5 miles
At the four-way stop, turn left onto Main Street to Epworth Park