Located in southern Montgomery County, near the commercial hub of Four Corners, North Four Corners Local Park originally consisted of 7.9 acres. In 1998, the park almost doubled in size to 13.9 acres with the acquisition of six additional acres that front University Boulevard.
The park features an accessible field for youth soccer, lacrosse, and football; two playgrounds (one accessible); an accessible basketball court and accessible tennis courts; new state-of-the-art and accesible fitness stations; new paved loop pathways throughout the park (great for dog walking!); a new 50-space parking lot; game tables; a former Champion walnut tree; and a large open lawn/picnic area. The Park Activity Building is currently leased and not available for rentals.
There are parking lots at the University Boulevard entrance to the park (between Lorain Avenue and Royalton Road) and at the original Southwood Avenue entrance. There are walk-in entrances to the park from Royalton Road and Woodridge Avenue.