Fallen Timbers Battlefield
The Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis National Historic Site is managed by Metroparks of the Toledo Area. It is also an Affiliated Unit of the National Park Service.
Fallen Timbers is actually three sites, two of which are open to the public. This collection of historical places is still in the planning stages and offers little in the way of visitor services and interpretation.
Passport stamps: Until the Battlefiled is open, visitors can have their National Parks Passport stamped at the Maumee Branch of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, located on River Road [Directions].
The Three Sites
Fallen Timbers Battlefield - The Battlefield is not yet open to the public. The property is located in Maumee Ohio at the intersection of US23/I-475 and US24 (Anthony Wayne Trail). There is currently no access to the Battlefield except during special events. [Directions]
Fallen Timbers Monument - This impressive monument to the important battle is across the Anthony Wayne Trail from the actual battlefield. A bike/pedestrian bridge connects the two sites. The monument is situated on a bluff overlooking Side Cut Metropark and the beautiful Maumee River. [Directions]
Fort Miamis - The British fort, located several miles away on River Road, played a role in the Battle of Fallen Timbers and, later, the War of 1812. The park is open, and much of the earthworks used to create the fort are still visible. [Directions]
Wayne Vs. Little Turtle
The Battle of Fallen Timbers was a decisive victory by the Legion of the United States led by General "Mad" Anthony Wayne over a confederacy of ... (more)
The Battlefield Today
Photo: The Fallen Timbers Monument, part of Side Cut Metropark, is connected to the Fallen Timbers Battlefield by a bike/pedestrian bridge ... (more)
A Plan For The Future
General Management Plan for the Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Ft. Miamis National Historic Site.