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Your Metroparks offer many ways to spend free time, we time or me time. It's those personal connections that make the parks special. Look here for ways to enjoy your parks, including volunteer opportunities where you can connect on a more personal, meaningful level. Also listed below are ways in which you can help support your Metroparks, including fundraisers, planned giving and memberships.



Photo Contest Entries Accepted Through Aug 7
Photo Contest Entries Accepted Through Aug 7
 
 
New Volunteer Opportunity For Green Thumbs
New Volunteer Opportunity For Green Thumbs
 

Metroparks is having a garden party and informational meeting for anyone interested in learning about a new volunteer opportunity – ... (more)

 
Join Now: How Your Support Can Make A Difference
Join Now: How Your Support Can Make A Difference
 

By becoming a member, you place yourself in the fields and forests protecting wildlife; help restore natural areas; assist naturalists in ... (more)

 
Leave Your Mark At The Wildwood Visitors Center
Leave Your Mark At The Wildwood Visitors Center
 

Leave your personal mark at your favorite park. Engraved bricks are now for sale at the Visitors Center at Wildwood Preserve, where your name or ... (more)

 
Buy An Engraved Paver For Side Cut Metropark
Buy An Engraved Paver For Side Cut Metropark
 

Be a part of the improvements at Side Cut Metropark by buying an engraved legacy brick that will be used around the Lamb Center. Two sizes are ... (more)

 
Metroparks Gift Catalog
Metroparks Gift Catalog
 

Find a variety of Metroparks projects and programs seeking your support - from a new multi-million dollar urban park to a single engraved stone paver.

 
Share Your Memories Of Metroparks With Us
Share Your Memories Of Metroparks With Us
 

Send us your photos and stories and we'll share them on the MyMetroparks page. Or post to our wall on Facebook.

 
What's Your Connection? (Video)
What's Your Connection? (Video) 
 

Everyone, it seems, has a connection to Metroparks. What's yours? In this video, volunteers and friends of the park district discuss their ... (more)

 
 
 
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