Wildwood Metropark Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Toledo, Ohio that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
Great park that is open from sunset to sunrise. Lots of different trials. I've walked a total of nine miles one day and still didn't see them all! Lots of wildlife like deer. Rest spots and great areas for stretching.
great park, very well kept, police patrol present, board walk was great.
I hiked about 6 miles here by taking the different connected trails (and some of the side loops). Decent amount of people out, but it was Labor Day. Only took about an 1hr and 45 minutes.
Many well groomed trails that offer miles and miles of fun for running and walking.
This is a nice Metropark. There's a variety of trails ranging from less than a mile to 3 miles. Good place to take your dog and there's nice open areas and jungle gyms as well. Parking can be difficult on weekends.
The Toledo Metroparks in general are amazing, but Wildwood is probably my favorite. I grew up in Toledo, and my family spent many years going to Wildwood and spending time outside and walking the trails. The boardwalk trails are very cool, and the stream views are gorgeous. It's very quiet, and you totally forget that you're right in the heart of Toledo. Definitely a must-see for any Toledo-bound enthusiasts.
This views is so relaxing!
I agree with the others. In the Spring and Summer it can be busy. It's great in the Fall with all the leaves changing, and a great place to cross country ski or hike in the winter. LOVE IT!!!! Plus there are quite a few trails to choose from.
It can get crowded, but there are a few side trails that see lighter use.