Park National Bank in Wooster, OH provides a full range of financial services for individuals, families, and businesses. Our office is a convenient, three-minute drive from State Route 3 and a quick trip to the northeast end of town – especially if you’re a student of The College of Wooster or work at a local business on Main Street.
When it comes to personal banking, we strive to find new ways to make banking easier and more convenient. We have a full menu of account options to fit your lifestyle and our local team can help you set up an IRA to take a step toward your retirement dreams. We also offer a variety of loans like vehicle loans and home mortgages with convenient payment options. We also have a stocked portfolio of business banking solutions, so if you need to finance a new piece of equipment for your farm or want a Park National Bank financial expert to perform an analysis on your business account, we can help point you in the right direction. Both our personal and business clients can use 24/7 access to their accounts through online banking, our mobile banking app, and convenient telephone banking options.
Park National Bank is committed to taking care of its Wooster, OH neighbors and surrounding communities. Stop in to our lobby on weekdays and speak with one of our team members to find out how we can best serve you.
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