• Holidays at the Manor House

    This tradition is back to in-person for 2021, but with one change, reservations are required to tour the house. Reservations are now open and are free.
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    This tradition is back to in-person for 2021, but with one change, reservations are required to tour the house. Reservations are now open and are free.
  • Camping

    Remember the excitement of your first backyard campout? Metroparks has several options for you and your family to camp in the Metroparks. We have tent campsites, cabins and the Cannaley Treehouse Village.
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    Remember the excitement of your first backyard campout? Metroparks has several options for you and your family to camp in the Metroparks. We have tent campsites, cabins and the Cannaley Treehouse Village.
  • Backpacking Programs

    In mid-January the 2022 backpacking programs will be announced.
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    In mid-January the 2022 backpacking programs will be announced.
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Discover Metroparks

Now is always a great time to visit. 

There’s always something to do at a Metropark, and always something new to learn. Metroparks offer a number of free or low-cost educational programs and events for children and adults. 

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to take advantage of structured programs and events. You’ll experience stunning scenery close to home. You’ll see history where it happened. Best of all, you’re sure to learn something new while gaining an even greater appreciation for the natural world.


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The Winter Redbird

Sporting a rich coat of scarlet plumage, the Northern Cardinal’s flashy presence graces us year round in northwest Ohio. Although, a flicker of red against a snowy backdrop is always a bonus on a cold day.

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