This three-hundred-acre city park adjacent to the Sharon Country Club has a free golf course and bandstand funded by a trust donated to the people of Sharon in 1915 by iron manufacturer Frank H. Buhl. The former farm's wooded and relatively flat landscape has a lake, ponds, gardens, stone gatehouse, casino, and performing arts center, as well as playing fields laid out by landscape architect George Rettig of Cleveland.
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Buhl Farm Park and Golf Course
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