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dwvonfischer wrote a review Jul 2017
Columbus, Ohio27 contributions9 helpful votes
This is a nice small park for hiking, bird watching, and maybe fishing. Yes, we did see Eagles. I believe there are several nests in the area.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Paul S wrote a review Aug 2016
Marion1,567 contributions1,117 helpful votes
Meadowbrook Marsh is a place for the GPS to locate, or at least have another set of eyes along as yours should be on the traffic on the narrow Bayshore Road. The marsh is 3 1/2 miles east of hwy 2 or 1/4 mile west of Englebeck Road. There is a parking area at the road bridge over the marsh but I prefer to drive down the winding one lane drive at the Preserve sign to the small parking lot in the woods. This is a stroller and wheel chair friendly place with paved multi surface trails winding out to an an observation deck, complete with ramp, at the edge of the marsh, and on through the woods. Bring binoculars as this is stop number 57 on the Lake Erie birding trail. If your interests run more to botany than birds, the marsh has plenty for you as well including the rare Deer's Tongue Arrowhead. If you really want to impress company with rare plants get a permit to visit the lakeside Daisy Preserve further east on Bayshore and Alexander Pike to see the sole surviving colony of the even rarer Lakeside Daisy. Back at Meadowbrook, the parking lot in the woods has a couple of paved handicapped parking spaces (lot at bridge is gravel) and a portapot.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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