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New Meetup: Tuesday Night Walk in the Woods (Wildwood Preserve)

From: Jen
Sent on: Wednesday, June 9, 2010 6:39 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Toledo New Friends/New In Town Meetup Group!

What: Tuesday Night Walk in the Woods (Wildwood Preserve)

When: Tuesday, June 15,[masked]:15 PM

Wildwood Preserve Metropark
5100 W Central Ave
Toledo, OH 43615

Let's try a Tuesday night walk, come out for some nice weather and conversation. We will meet at the Metz Center (fountain) and leave at 6:30p.m. - about an hour (and a bit) out walking/hiking.

Then after, lets go a couple miles down Central Ave and go to Five Guys - Burgers and Fries (they are located at Westgate - Central@Secor). They also have hot dogs and grilled veggies/ cheese sandwiches. If you haven't been there yet, its worth trying out. Here's the link =>

Wildwood Preserve
5100 W. Central Ave. (two entrances between Corey and Reynolds roads), Toledo

Open 7 a.m. until dark every day

Wildwood is the former family estate of a local automotive executive. Metroparks purchased the estate grounds, including the family home, in the 1970s. The prairie community at Wildwood is home to many diverse and fascinating plants and animals, providing them with critical habitat throughout the year. In spring, it is an essential breeding site for ground-nesting birds such as rufous-sided towhees, field sparrows and American woodcock. Summer brings a spectacular display of prairie wildflowers and grasses, such as rough blazing star, big bluestem and Indian grasses, some reaching 10 feet high.

Special Attractions
* Manor House
* Estate buildings
* Oak Grove School
* Metz Visitor Center
* Metroparks Headquarters
* Connection to University/Parks Trail

Other Features
* Indoor and Picnic Shelter Rentals
* Window on Wildlife
* Playgrounds


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