Cleveland Metroparks provides you with an engaging experience both on and off the trails!
As part of Cleveland Metroparks’ mission to conserve and educate the public as well as provide recreation space three new Blogs have been created by the Outdoor Education and Natural Resources staff. Each Blog will come complete with stories and photos and will highlight a different aspect of the park district.
"These blogs are a new, fresh way for people to connect with nature and the area around them! They provide a format for our authors to tell a deeper and more gripping story of the natural world we live in," said Wendy Weirich, Director of Outdoor Education.
The new Blogs are:
Cleveland Metroparks Fishing Report
Originally known as the “Rocky River Fishing Report”, this blog is in its eighth year of updating anglers on local fishing conditions. Check out Metroparks Aquatic Biologist Mike Durkalec’s in-depth look at conditions, tips, tricks, fun facts and more. Got a photo of you with your latest catch? You can submit them to the blog. The fishing report is updated monthly in June, July, and August and weekly every other month.
Notes from the Field
This Blog is designed to provide you with outdoor education about weekly outdoor experiences, exciting discoveries and interesting facts about our wonderful natural world. Find information on plant and animal identification, natural resource management, outdoor education, sound conservation practices and more! New posts will be added every Thursday.
Ever wonder about the history surrounding the Cleveland Metroparks? This is the Blog for you. Learn fascinating facts, learn names and events connected with Northeast Ohio’s history and bring back memories of events your family and friends have shared in the Cleveland Metroparks over the years. Learn about park origins, early park philosophy, natural resource management, outdoor education, recreation, law enforcement, golfing, events, sites, people, conservation practices, Cleveland connections and anything that pertains to the Park District's past. New post will be added each Wednesday.
All three blogs can be found by visiting clevelandmetroparks.com.