Northwest Ohio parks extend from the shores of Lake Erie, along the Maumee River, and in to the different regions of the area. There are many great places to visit.
If you are looking for recreation, hiking, research, hunting, or just a place to relax Northwest Ohio parks are a great place to be.
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Every visit to Kitty Todd is a new experience as something different is in bloom each time.
Maumee Bay is largest State park in Northwest Ohio. It sits right on the shores of Lake is a nice day trip or an extended stay. The accommodations are fabulous and the nature is abundant. (read more)
This Ohio state park lies along the south side of the Maumee River across from Providence Metropark. There are sections of the park between Grand Rapids, Ohio and Napoleon. Ohio. The park is a great place to launch a boat for boating or water skiing in the summer. It is also available for camping, hunting, biking, hiking, or picnicking.
There is also a section of the Miami and Erie Canal here. One of the old locks can still be seen along with the Dam which extends across the river to Providence Metropark. The Dam area is great for fishing.
This wonderful preserve seems to be a well kept secret. Even some locals are not aware of where or what it is It is adjacent to Secor Metropark and is an undisturbed portion of a large wet prairie that once covered this area.
A 1.25 mile boardwalk extends from Bancroft street all the way in to the Grass lake area. Irwin Prairie is full of very interesting and rare wildlife. (read more)
The Toledo Area Metroparks are a wonderful collection of natural areas and recreational parks in Lucas County. The Metroparks are simply fantastic. Toledo Metroparks take a back seat to no other Ohio parks.