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- their own sworn police forces (rangers); The Cleveland Metroparks and Dayton Five Rivers Metroparks are also in the state. The East Bay Regional Park District...
- Metropark may refer to: A regional park, sometimes known as a metropolitan park (metropark) Cleveland Metroparks, a regional parks system in the Greater...
- https://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2018/03/cleveland_metroparks_gain_more.html Cleveland Metroparks [1](2019). "About", Accessed: February 21, 2019. "Case...
- Metropark is a suburban train station in Iselin, New Jersey. It is served by Amtrak and NJ Transit trains on the Northeast Corridor. Located off exits 131...
- Cleveland Metroparks Zoo has one of the largest collections of primates in North America, The Zoo is a part of the Cleveland Metroparks system. The...
- The Metroparks of the Toledo Area are a series of twelve parks in the Toledo, Ohio area. The Metroparks include: Bend View Metropark Blue Cr**** Conservation...
- Eastwood MetroPark, and a large butterfly house at Cox Arboretum MetroPark. Five Rivers MetroParks provides year-round recreation, education and conservation...
- Cleveland Metroparks. Retrieved August 3, 2019. "Euclid Cr**** Reservation". Cleveland Metroparks. Retrieved August 3, 2019. "Cleveland Metroparks Zoo". Destination...
- The Huron–Clinton Metroparks system is a regional park system in Metro Detroit in the U.S. state of Michigan. The park system includes 13 parks totaling...
- parade. The dogs were then taken to the Brookside Zoo (now the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo). After Balto died in 1933, his remains were mounted by a taxidermist...
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