The Outdoors Remain Open.

As our nation responds to this unprecedented situation, your Metroparks are essential places where we can all escape and relax in nature. We’re doing all we can to help you and your family stay healthy and happy.

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  • COVID-19 Updates

    The latest information regarding Metroparks response to COVID-19.
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    The latest information regarding Metroparks response to COVID-19.

Closures and Cancellations

Protecting the health of park visitors and employees.
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Policy and Public Safety

Stay Informed, Stay Safe.
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Programming

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Technology Explorer: Search for Spring

Let your smart devices be your guide into nature escapes at your Metroparks. Use your technology to navigate to marked locations to discover the cool things happening in our parks.

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News and Notes from Metroparks

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Blanding’s Turtles in the Metroparks

Many of the reptiles in Metroparks Toledo rely on multiple, adjoining habitat types (or corridors) for activities like feeding, mating, nesting, and overwintering. A great example of this is the Blanding’s turtle, a state threatened species, which relies on wetlands, permanent and temporary ponds, and upland habitat.

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