FOX ISLAND COUNTY PARK
7324 Yohne Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46809 Directions
Fox Island County Park is a 605-acre park in the southwest. It is 270 acres devoted to the nature protection of the state within this park. Hundreds of animal and plant species live on Fox Island due to the relatively natural state of the majority of the area, with its marsh ecosystems and seasonal ponds. The park holds the county 's largest surrounding forest and a glacial dune. Seven miles of footpaths through nature preserve allow visitors to enjoy the park 's beauty and splendor. Cross country skiing is possible over six miles during the winter, as long as they have four or more inches of snowflake on the area.
Bowman Lake, Old Fields and Restored Prairie, Grills, Seasonal Ponds, Bird Observation, Marsh, Wooded Sand Dunes, Wetland Forest, Playground, Ski Equipment Rental, Walking, Picnic Shelters, Picnicking, Campfire Pits & Nature Center
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3411 Sherman Boulevard, Fort Wayne, IN 46808 Directions
Franke Park is a natural park covering 329 hectares. There's plenty of chances to play at the Franke Park playground. It is a moderately trafficked 6.7 miles loop trail near Fort Wayne. Various clearings and natural open spaces are scattered in the wooded areas Day Camp has thousands of area youth with memorable childhood experiences. It provides an environment that fosters teamwork, problem-solving, and socialization as well as the enjoyment of filthy, muddy outdoor fun for children of all ages.
Running, Walking, Lake, Day Camp, Biking, Fishing, Mountain, Nature Trips, Zoos, Playground, Outdoor Activities & Kid Friendly
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LINDENWOOD NATURE PRESERVE
600 Lindenwood Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN 46808 Directions
Lindenwood Nature Preserve is a nature reserve of 110 acres, with four hiking trails of different lengths. It offers programs and activities aimed at promoting outdoor education and cultural enrichment and promotes awareness that the environment encourages the quality of life through creative inspiration. The trillium trail is .5 mile, and due to the prevalence of trees and shrubs, it is their most beautiful trail in the spring. The reflection trail is 1 mile in length. This trail is the only trail leading to the pond and available to this point. The wheelchair and stroller are accessible.
Wildlife Viewing, Environmental Education and Cultural Enrichment, Walking, Photography, Playground, Day Camp, Kid Friendly & Picnicking