Petes Pond Preserve
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About Petes Pond Preserve
Petes Pond Preserve offers 1.15-miles of improved trail for exercise and exploration. The woodlot has some older hardwood trees, including beech and sugar maple. The combination of forest, edge, and fresh water has created a 70-acre oasis for suburban wildlife. Signs of squirrels, opossums, raccoons and various birds are likely to be enjoyed by those who walk this new park.
A partnership between Wickliffe City Schools and Lake Metroparks makes this park possible through a cooperative endeavor; the school district owns the property and for $1, the park district leases and manages it for 10 years. The convenient location and quality of this natural area make it an ideal site for future land lab studies and school field trips for students of all ages.
From Petes Pond Preserve webpage
Restrooms on site.