Projects

We give thanks for his service and honor David Noble, former Lake Metroparks executive director.
Visit Penitentiary Glen soon to learn more about fields, wild wetlands and forests.
Thanks to our donors, we continue to support Lake Metroparks and its visitors with exciting new adventure play areas like this one at Jordan Creek Park.
The new 50-foot coastal observation tower at Lake Erie Bluffs overlooks the lakeshore with multiple viewing platforms along a staircase that culminates in a deck featuring 360-degree views. The height and location of the tower provide visitors with a unique view of the lake and the surrounding woods, fields and wetlands, along with a variety of wildlife – particularly a large number of bald eagles that are regularly seen at the park.
We are proud to help bring new excitement to children and their families while at the Farmpark. The project is one of several recent improvements and upgrades undertaken by the park and will serve as a hands-on area for kids and adults, offering relaxation, play and educational demonstrations.
Construction of the pavilion and the playground.
Installation of wind turbine at Lake Metroparks Farmpark in Kirtland. The turbine is part of a display featuring different forms of alternative energy. LPF contributed to the purchase and installation of the turbine and display.
Children’s nature program at Lake Metroparks Hidden Lake Park in Leroy Township. LPF supports this program through scholarships.
Ribbon-cutting event at the newly renovated Outdoor Classroom at Lake Metroparks Penitentiary Glen Reservation. LPF contributed to renovation and worked with outside foundations.