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Anliot-Davidson Woods

58 acres of steep rolling topography dominated by a mixed forest of deciduous hardwoods and evergreens with white CCPD boundary posts.  0.8 miles of hiking trails.  Limited bow hunting by written permission of the park board.  Open to the public for...

Aumiller Park

Aumiller Park is the city's largest park, running along the Sandusky River. There are shelter houses (which may be reserved), picnic tables and grills throughout the park area. The Park is home to the City swimming pool and wadding pool and five...

Big Darby Headwaters Nature Preserve

The 900-acre Big Darby Headwaters Nature Preserve encompasses a mixture of wetlands and streamside forests.  Here, humble coldwater springs emerge, forming the nourishing capillaries that are the lifeblood of Big Darby Creek, one of the most...

Black Swamp Bird Observatory

Located in the heart of the Lake Erie Marsh Region, the Black Swamp Bird Observatory was founded in August 1992 and is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to wildlife research, conservation and educational programs for the public....

Blue Heron Reserve

160 acres of unique natural features; a calcareous fen, seasonal wetlands, grassy trail, public hunting, bird observation tour and a mile of boardwalk trail made of recycled plastic lumber.

Brown's Lake Bog

The 100-acre Brown's Lake Bog feels primordial, with its fern-carpeted lowland forest and surrounding oak-studded glacial hills.  Designated a National Natural Landmark, the focal point of the preserve is its floating bog - home to the rare and...

Bull's Run Arboretum

The Arboretum property contains the last free-flowing section of Bull's Run, which marked one of the original boundaries of the City of Middletown when it was plotted in 1802. The area was originally used as a grazing pasture for bulls in the...

Bunker Hill Universalist Pioneer Cemetery

This one acre pioneer park was established in 1855 and is located adjacent to the Pater Park Wildlife Area. There are around 60 pioneers known to be buried in this cemetery, including veterans from the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the...

Butler County Veterans Memorial

This memorial sits in Butler County's Veterans Park and contains over 700 names of local Armed Services heroes from World War I to the present. This park features a retired Howitzer Cannon and also holds the Michael J. Colligan Lodge.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and The RainForest

Northeast Ohio’s most popular year-round attraction, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, founded in 1882, is one of the oldest and largest zoos in the United States. Located on 183 rolling, wooded acres just minutes from downtown Cleveland, the Zoo is home to...

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