Your Wood County Parks

Your Wood County Parks are open 365 days a year. With 19 parks and over 1,100 acres, many opportunities await you.

Explore the remnants of our natural heritage where wildlife can find refuge and people can get a feel for their natural world and explore the Black Swamp woods.


Experience the floodplains and meadows. Delight in the beautiful oak savannas and prairies and discover your Wood County Park District's preserves and parks.


 

 Click on the map below for an interactive google map of the parks. 

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 Learn more about each of our parks and preserves by clicking on the names below.

1. Adam Phillips Pond - Gypsy Lane Rd. behind W.C. Justice Center Complex

2. Baldwin Woods Preserve - 14080 Range Line Road, Weston

3. Beaver Creek Preserve - 23028 Long Judson Road, Grand Rapids

4. Black Swamp Preserve1014 S. Maple Street, Bowling Green, OH 43402

5. Bradner Preserve - 11540 Timmons Road, Bradner (Additional access:  Caldwell Road and 11491 Fostoria Road/SR 23).

6. Buttonwood/Betty C. Black Recreation Area - 27174 Hull Prairie Road, Perrysburg

7. Carter Historic Farm - 18331 Carter Road, Bowling Green

8. Cedar Creeks Preserve - 4575 Walbridge Road, Northwood

9. SET: Cricket Frog Cove - 14810 Freyman Rd., Cygnet

10. Fuller Preserve - 12153 Cross Creek Road, Bowling Green

11. Otsego Park - 20000 West River Road, Bowling Green

12. Park District Headquarters - 18729 Mercer Road, Bowling Green

13. J.C. Reuthinger Memorial Preserve - 30730 Oregon Road, Perrysburg

14. SET: Rudolph Savanna - Rudolph Rd., .5 mile N. of Mermill Rd.

15. Sawyer Quarry Nature Preserve26940 Lime City Road, Perrysburg

     

16. Slippery Elm Trail (SET) - 13 mile trail from Bowling Green to North Baltimore

17. W.W. Knight Nature Preserve - 29530 White Road, Perrysburg

18. William Henry Harrison Park - 644 Bierley Avenue, Pemberville

19. Wood County Historical Center - 13660 County Home Rd., Bowling Green

20. Zimmerman School - 17901 Carter Road, Bowling Green

 

Download a large park map/brochure here.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 September 2016 13:54
 

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