“once the summer property of the wealthy on Lake Erie”
84 acres. Impressive sculpture garden. Picnic area and reservable picnic shelter. Handicapped accessible. Restrooms. Drinking water. Pay phone.1.6 miles of paved hiking trails. Fishing. This property was once owned by ten individuals who had summer or permanent residences along Lake Erie. Several property boundaries are still visible because of treelines that remain. The largest piece of property was owned by Charles Irish, a well-known arborist. He planted various non-native ornamental trees and shrubs amidst the native trees, including a large number of rhododendrons near the east boundary of the park.
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