Although wildlife in our area cannot simply turn up the thermostat in their habitat when temperatures get cold, they do have ways to survive some of winter’s most difficult conditions.
Children ages 2 through 11 select a wooden toy to build with Santa’s elves, using drills, power screwdrivers, and of course hammer and nails. Kids then paint and decorate their new toy.
An ADA-accessible walkway and stairs lead down to the pier, which extends 200 feet into the water and provides public access to the region's greatest natural resource: Lake Erie.
With Lake Erie as the northern boundary to Lake County and the Grand and Chagrin rivers running through, there are numerous opportunities to explore the water—in a variety of watercrafts.
Get outside and take in all the beautiful sites at Lake Metroparks.
Join the fun as Lake Metroparks celebrates Earth Day between noon and 4 pm on Sunday, April 23 at Penitentiary Glen Reservation in Kirtland. Lots of family-friendly activities.
A multimedia show featuring photography and woodcarving. Runs March 11 through May 14.
Ever wonder how pure maple syrup is produced? Discover how through hands-on demonstrations and crafts as you tap into the fun of Maple Sugaring Weekends at Lake Metroparks Farmpark.
Northeast Ohio’s “wildest” holiday tradition continues this year. The Wild Days of Winter game is played just like the iconic board game CANDY LAND, but with a “natural twist.”