Eastwood MetroPark is a state park located in Dayton, Ohio. The location was once the grounds of the Miami Valley Golf and Country Club until it became part of Eastwood Metropark in 1975.
The land has been home to people for thousands of years as artifacts dating back 7,000 to 10,000 years have been found at the site.
Today, the location is home to forests, trails, and wildlife that can be enjoyed by visitors. The Ohio History Connection operates the park as part of its statewide network of historic sites.
Eastwood MetroPark in Dayton Ohio is a great place, with both natural and manmade features, including an observation tower, trails, and a lake. The park's observation tower is adjacent to the park's dam.
The trail system connects with two other metro parks as well as the Indian Ripple Nature Preserve. It is also a great place for fishing and kayaking. As well as being home to a variety of fish, turtles can often be seen sunning on logs in the lake.
The park also has a small "Friends of Eastwood" nature center near the entrance with lots of books and maps about the park. Overall, Eastwood MetroPark is a great place for a family day trip or a quick walk around the lake.
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