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Seneca Ponds Park
Coordinates: 41.2499996, -81.383028
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Photo by Western Reserve Land Conservancy

About Seneca Ponds Park
The 48-acre Seneca Ponds Park was acquired through a partnership with  Western Reserve Land Conservancy who received it through a donation.

It is an oasis of woods, wetlands, and wildlife of the Tinker’s Creek watershed nestled among industrial facilities and the turnpike off of Mondial Parkway in Streetsboro. More than a mile of hiking trails have been created for your enjoyment!
From Seneca Ponds Park webpage

Approximately 1.2 miles of easy, looped trails, including sections of boardwalk, provide excellent views of the ponds, wetlands, and mature forest found at Seneca Ponds. Benches and access points for catch-and-release fishing can be found along the trails and the edge of largest pond. These provide visitors a chance to stop and enjoy the park’s tranquility and abundant wildlife, including ducks, great blue heron, beaver, fish, frogs, and dragonflies. Numerous picnic tables make this the perfect spot for a lunchtime visit. Hand-carried boats, such as kayaks and canoes, are permitted on the ponds.
From Western Reserve Land Conservancy Parks and Preserves webpage

No restroom facilities.