During World War II this land was used by the federal government for grain storage, but was later donated to the City of Tiffin as a part of the Federal Lands to Parks Program. Louisa K. Fast Park is 2.3 acres of open green space open to the public. It is located just east of city limits on State Route 101.

The park is named after Tiffin's own Louisa K. Fast, who was an integral part of the women's suffrage movement and had a large role in the passage of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, allowing women the right to vote.

Park Location

Louisa K. Fast Park