With dozens of children and adults battling the rain and gloomy weather, we were able to excite future generations about the importance of conserving Lake County’s most precious resource – its parks!
The portable Star Lab inflatable planetarium brings students in grades K-10 closer to understanding the earth, moon, planets and ancient Greek mythology any time of year.
Since 2019, Lake Parks Foundation has annually sponsored a baseball team for the Miracle League of Lake County which enables children and youth athletes with physical and mental disabilities to build self-esteem, make new friends, and delight in the experience of playing baseball.
Live images from the Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center at Penitentiary Glen Reservation lets you catch glimpses of bald eagle resident, Apollo or other animals including bobcat cubs and foxes that are rescued, being rehabilitated and released back into nature.
By adding approximately nine acres of property to the Helen Hazen Wyman Park, we have preserved land and access to the Grand River for our community to fish, creek walk and enjoy the beauty of nature.
With the completion of the new Come & Play Nature Exhibit at Penitentiary Glen, children and families are able to learn and interact with imaginative nature discovery activities.
In honor of David Noble, former Lake Metroparks executive director, we were able to secure additional funds from family and friends through Lake Parks Foundation to build the Noble Traverse Wall for kids of all ages to enjoy at Jordan Creek Park.
We give thanks for his service and honor David Noble, former Lake Metroparks executive director.
Visit Penitentiary Glen soon to learn more about fields, wild wetlands and forests.
Thanks to our donors, we continue to support Lake Metroparks and its visitors with exciting new adventure play areas like this one at Jordan Creek Park.