Owned and operated by the city, Springvale Golf Course & Ballroom has the beauty and amenities of a private club, but is open to the public. Enjoy the scenic grounds, play a round of golf or practice your foxtrot in the historic ballroom – it’s your club.
Enjoy your “19th Hole” in our Clubhouse, serving sandwiches, snacks and a full range of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Schedule your golf outing at Springvale for a relaxing, fun-filled day. Packages include 18 holes with a riding cart, lunch, dinner, beverages and beverage cart on the course during your outing. To schedule your next tee time, corporate or civic outing and events call 440-777-0678 for more information.
On May 23, 1923, Fred Biddulph opened Spring Vale Dance Hall, bringing popular dance, fun and music entertainment to North Olmsted. The dance hall operated for five years before closing down and temporarily serving as the club house for nearby Home Links golf course. However, with the ballroom craze taking the country by storm during the Great Depression, the Biddulph family reopened the facility in 1936 as “Spring Vale Ballroom.” It has been a place for ballroom dancing ever since, and is today one of the last and oldest ballrooms in Ohio. Purchased and preserved by the City of North Olmsted in 1994, Springvale Ballroom was recognized with an Ohio Historical Marker in 2007.
Springvale Golf Course & Ballroom has the beauty and amenities of a private club, but is open to the public for residents and visitors to enjoy. With its banquet room, dance facilities and meeting rooms, Springvale is perfect for your wedding, reunion or corporate function. This charming facility features full service in-house catering, full service bar, air conditioning and accommodations for groups from 30 to 400. Choose from our large buffet, sit down dinners or appetizers. We can tailor our menu to your event.
Springvale Golf Course welcomes golfers but requires conformance with all state-mandated requirements for social distancing and regulations to reduce the spread of infection. Find more information about current requirements on the city’s COVID-19 response webpage.