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The Park District Foundation purchased the land for Hermon Woodlands Metro Park through an estate gift from Carole E. Hermon in 2014. The donation from Carole helped leverage funds though the Clean to the Park District Foundation of Allen County. Carole’s donation also garnered a Clean Ohio Fund grant by establishing the funds for the local match to secure the grant. These additional funds helped provide for the purchase and site development of the park.
+ 71 acres
+ 2 Reservable enclosed shelters
+ Water, restroom facilities
+ 2 miles of hiking trails
+ Children’s “ImagiNature” Playscape – A unique outdoor area enriched with natural features that provide children the opportunity to use their imagination and adventure in an educational and developmental environment. Activity pods include fort building, climbing on trees, exploring along a creek, sand and pea gravel enclosure, rope swing, tunnel through a hillside, plenty of area for hide and seek.
+ Storybook Trail – Experience great children’s stories in a unique way. It is a wonderful way for families to read and play together. Twenty pedestals, each displays 2 pages of a children’s story with activities between stops.
The Hermon Woodlands Metro Park is free, open and accessible to the public every day during daylight hours only.
From Hermon Woodlands webpage
Restrooms on site.