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More than 400 acres of natural beauty. Enjoy hiking trails, picnic shelters, exhibits, a gift shop, and wildlife center.

The district features 28 parks, two golf courses, three lakefront locations, nature and wildlife centers, and agricultural theme park.

Manakiki Golf Course is an elegant public course. The classic Donald Ross design offers a variety of challenges, including doglegs, water hazards, up-and-down shots, back-to-back par 5s, and two canyon holes.
In 1993, Lake Metroparks acquired 101 acres along the Chagrin River, located in the communities of Eastlake and Willoughby. Most of the park's natural areas are made up of dense shrubs, with pockets of mature forest bordering wetland areas. The Chagrin River is the park's southern boundary. Look for great blue herons, kingfishers, bank swallows, and sandpipers near the river.

It's a popular east-side course that features an ideal use of the land. Tremendously scenic and challenging for all levels of golfers, the course has split-personality nines. The clubhouse, constructed more than 70 years ago from materials salvaged from the Millionaire's Row mansions, is the perfect place to relax after your round.

The Walter C. Best Preserve features a 30-acre lake that attracts ducks, geese, grebes, mergansers, gulls, terns, and herons at various times of the year. More than 100 species of birds have been sighted on Best Preserve's 101 acres.

Walking is a challenge on the rolling hills. It has very few flat lies other than the tee boxes. A wonderful blend of terrain and golfing gives this course its acclaim.

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