Initiative creates new opportunities in more than 23,000 acres of the Metroparks and encourages the community to improve their health by exploring and being active in the parks.
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.
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.
Maybe you’ve seen pictures of a controlled burn swallowing a field. But to get a true sense of its impact, you should really come out and feel the heat!
Aly Brandt, an eighth-grader at Chagrin Falls Middle School, has begun installing five mallard nesting tubes that she built while working toward her Girl Scouts Silver Award.
Featured hikes will vary in length and terrain from flat and easy for the novice hiker to longer with rolling terrain and a few steep hills for the experienced hiker.
Lake Metroparks has opened a 50-foot coastal observation tower at the agency's Lake Erie Bluffs in Perry Township.
Free lunch & activities beckon you to explore your Geauga Park District on September 17.
One of only 27 dark sky parks in the U.S. and only 37 in the world, Observatory Park offers some of the greatest views of the night sky that you will ever see.