Whitetail Park is the township's first owned and operated park built within the Whitetail Crossing Subdivision off of Poe Road. Established in 2006, the park offers two soccer fields, two basketball courts, concession stand, full service restrooms, pavilion, playground, and over one mile of paved/stoned walking trails.
The soccer fields are striped and operated by the Medina Soccer Association and are heavily used during the spring, summer and fall seasons.
The pavilion offers a large charcoal grill and is able to support the occupancy of 80-90 people. Included within the pavilion are several electrical outlets and a drinking fountain with a water spigot for convenience.
The walking trails are located outside of and within the woods that surround the soccer fields, restrooms, and pavilion. There are stations provided by the Boy Scouts giving information on the wildlife and the habitat; benches are also provided to take breaks.