Fox Den Golf Course Closed Until April 5
(March 16, 2020) – Given the evolving conditions related to the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the City of Stow announced today that Fox Den Golf Course will be closed, effective immediately.
“With the weather improving, we know that many community members were looking forward to getting back on the course, however, the health and well-being of our residents and staff members is always our top priority,” said City of Stow Mayor John Pribonic. “We have decided to close Fox Den Golf Course until April 5.”
This precautionary measure is intended to contribute to the important goal of securing and protecting general public health. The course is to remain closed until Sunday, April 5, at which time the City will reevaluate the status of public access.
If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at 330-689-2700.
Fox Den Golf Course Welcomes You!
We are a quality, 18-hole municipal golf course with professional amenities and service.
Come golf with us daily until dark! Our driving range is open daily until 15 minutes before dusk (Wednesday & Sunday the driving range will close 1½ hours before dusk for range maintenance.)
Fox Den Golf Course Features:
18-Hole Municipal Golf Course
Short game practice area
Well-Maintained Fairways and Greens
For more information and course detail, click here
Thanks to you our loyal customers, Fox Den Golf Course was voted
#1 Golf Course on Akron-Canton’s Fox 8 2012 Hot List!
We are so excited to be recognized for our beautiful course that we fondly call home.
Fox Den and the City of Stow
Fox Den is an 18 hole public golf course located in Stow, Ohio, in northern Summit County. Fred Schmeidel designed the course, and it was first opened for play in 1967.
For more information, click here.
The City of Stow obtained Fox Den in 2006 to preserve the local greens to provide a community recreational facility, for more information about the City of Stow please click here.
John Pribonic, Mayor City of Stow
Nicholas Wren, Chief of Staff