Posts Tagged ‘cleveland metroparks’

Barbie Rod Steelhead Derby 2019

Steelhead fisherman give back to the Cleveland Metroparks Fishing Fund by raising money through this “Barbie Rod” derby, which limits anglers to children’s rod and reel combos. This year there is a new kids division, open to children 16 and younger, with a $15 entry fee that includes a cook-out lunch. Adults are $30, which…

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Adventure University

Celebrate Northeast Ohio’s outdoor recreation culture! Listen to exhibitors, local adventures, and certified professionals share inspiring stories and teach a new skill, or buy/sell gear for your next trip during the gear swap. Partnership between Cleveland Metroparks and Baldwin Wallace University. Share:

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Sip and Shop at Merwin’s Wharf

Sip and shop for the holidays during two evenings at Merwin’s Wharf, along the Cuyahoga River. Dine on holiday-themed beverages and food. Enjoy classic Christmas movies. Browse Cleveland Metroparks merchandise and local products, and get complimentary gift wrapping. Share:

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Sip and Shop at Merwin’s Wharf

Sip and shop for the holidays during two evenings at Merwin’s Wharf, along the Cuyahoga River. Dine on holiday-themed beverages and food. Enjoy classic Christmas movies. Browse Cleveland Metroparks merchandise and local products, and get complimentary gift wrapping. Share:

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Steelhead fishing starting: Ohio Lake Erie fishing report Sept. 13-15

The weather will feel like summer this weekend, but Lake Erie is cooling down, with a water temperature of about 70 degrees. So what’s the fishing like? Lake Erie anglers are targeting walleye, yellow perch, smallmouth bass, and panfish, and inland lake/pond anglers are primarily pursuing largemouth bass, channel catfish and panfish, Cleveland Metroparks aquatic biologist…

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How the Cleveland Metroparks keep Edgewater Park clean

  Cleveland’s beaches are clean, and everyone has noticed. In 2013, the year the state handed Cleveland Metroparks control of the city’s lakefront parks, 702,000 people visited Edgewater Beach. The lakefront parks — Huntington, Edgewater, Whiskey Island, Wendy Park, Villa Angela, Wildwood and Euclid Beach — had more than 3.9 million visits in 2017. Edgewater…

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