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  • 82 - Wildwood Preserve Metropark

    Metroparks of the Toledo Area
    5100 W. Central Avenue
    Toledo, OH 43615


    Public Access

    Open daily from 7 a.m. to dusk


    Hiking Trails, Restrooms, Visitors Center, Picnic Area, Handicap Accessible Trails, Checklist Available, Sightings Board, Outdoor Feeders, Wildlife Observation Window

    GPS Coordinates

    N 41° 40'36.85"; W 83° 39'39.90"

    Driving Directions

    Two entrances can be found on West Central Avenue between Corey and Reynolds roads.

    What to Look For

    Wildwood's 460 acres is mostly wooded and supports a variety of forest species. Unusual species that have turned up include Kentucky, Mourning, and Worm-eating warblers. Summer Tanagers sometimes breed, as does Northern Parula and Yellow-throated Warbler. An unusual warbler was found in 2004 that appeared to be a hybrid between Northern Parula and Cerulean Warbler. The park's interpretative center features a "window on wildlife" allowing for comfortable feeder watching, especially in the winter. Pine Siskin, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Purple Finch, and other wintering species are possible.