Wildwood Park is one of the large 493-acre parks and Toledo’s Stranahan family estate in Toledo. The prairie community at Wildwood Park is home to many diverse and fascinating plants and animals. It is a breeding site for ground-nesting natural birds such as rufous-sided towhees, field sparrows, and American woodcock. Wildwood Park is a beautiful natural area with many paved and unpaved trails. In the Summer season, it brings a spectacular display of prairie wildflowers and grasses. You can also explore nature and see birds, deer, and other animals on your walk, and an excellent area for outside activities and group games. Guests recognize parks as unique places to gather, exercise, recreate, and learn about nature. Visitors can walk for hours without repeating and enjoy the river, woods, and prairies.