Lambertville is a census-designated place (CDP) in Monroe County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is served by the Lambertville Post Office. The Lambertville ZIP code, 48144, serves the southwest part of Bedford Township and portions of adjacent Whiteford Township. The CDP is entirely within Bedford Township, and the population was 9,953 at the 2010 census.
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5 based on 61 reviews
A unique place that offers up close viewing of exotic animals such as Zebras, Camels, Emus, Wallabies, Lemurs, Donkeys, Goats, Alpacas, Black Buck Antelopes, Marmosets, Porcupine, Sheep, Coatimundi, Cows, Bison, Horses, Bunnies, Alligators, Chickens, Sloths, Peacocks & More! Fun for all ages! Celebrate your special event at Indian Creek Zoo. You and your guests are sure to experience an animal kingdom like no other. It's a gathering not soon to be forgotten! Perfect for: Preschool Outings, Field Trips, Birthdays, Corporate Events and Family Fun! Hours: April 2015 (weekends only in April) Saturday 10-5, Sunday 12-5 May thru October 31, 2015 Tuesday - Saturday 10-5 Sunday 12-5
We took our one year old son to Indian Creek Zoo and we all had a great time.
There are plenty of animals to see and some to feed!
Bring your tennis shoes (Even rubber boots after a heavy rain. Most of the trails can be muddy. There are a few paved areas) and be up for a little bit of walking.
We went on a Wednesday afternoon and there was no one there (school is mostly back in session)
A cup of carrots is $3 and fun to feed the animals that are allowed to be fed.
We spent an hour walking around and enjoying the zoo.
The first pen of animals that can be fed the carrots are a herd of goats. Be sure to save some carrots for the animals a bit further down! Alpacas and another pen of sheep and goats.
Parking seems to be coming along, but it is still just an open area that is a free for all. There are no lines or cones, so park at your own risk.
A nice gesture is the stack of sunscreen and bug spray they have for use in case you forgot. There are some shaded areas and chairs set up along the way.
Perhaps call ahead if you want to do the camel ride for $5. It wasn't running the day we went.
Highly recommend for something fun and different to do!
5 based on 6 reviews
Bennett's is a nice Apple Orchard & Cider Mill to visit. Ottawa Lake is a small farming community and village. We came on a weekday, so missed out on their Apple Pies and Donuts (only available on weekends). That's okay though, cause they had Frosted Apple Cookies. Wow what a nice surprise they were. We enjoyed them with Cider. What a great combination. Horse drawn hayrides for the kids and family. Another reason to enjoy the Fall season.
5 based on 965 reviews
Art from all over the world and every time period is housed at this outstanding museum, considered one of the world's best. From paintings by Renoir to sculptures by Alexander Calder to a vast glass collection, you'll find wonderful treasures here. Founder and first president Edward Drummond Libbey wanted to build a place where art was accessible to everyone, hence the museum's free admission policy, which continues to this day. The Toledo Museum of Art is open:Tuesday & Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.Thursday & Friday: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.Sunday: noon – 5 p.m.Closed Mondays, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
Toledo has a wonderful art museum and glass pavilion but whenever they have special exhibitions they are worth seeing. The current Egypt exhibit is very good. Check out the info on their website about mummy movies shown because I don't remember dates or times, unfortunately we didn't plan well to see it all in one trip! We loved the exhibit though.
4 based on 14 reviews
We were looking for a local place to have lunch, looked at "restaurants near me" on Travelocity app and found this place. Nothing fancy about the setting - a typical neighborhood bar/restaurant, but friendly staff. We sat at the bar and asked the bartender what she recommended. We had teriyaki Asian wings and the smoked chicken, bacon and ranch pizza. Both were awesome! Great food, reasonable prices. Not far off the highway.
4.5 based on 597 reviews
Fifth Third Field is in the heart of Downtown Toledo and is home to the World-Famous Toledo Mud Hens.
This is the place where you can enjoy a meal, baseball, and have fun after the game. Great restaurants around Hensville, lots of parking, and safe streets surround the stadium. There is so much excitement during the game and between innings. Pick a night with fireworks or running the bases! After the game, you can grab a drink or a snack to finish your day!
5 based on 234 reviews
This is a maritime museum dedicated to the Great Lakes. There are six exhibit galleries, an outdoor maritime park, and the Col. James M. Schoonmaker Museum Ship. While the Ship is open seasonally May- October, the museum and maritime park open year round.
We stumbled across this museum while driving through Toledo. The museum was really informative and had some interesting pieces of history. My son enjoyed touring the boats. It was a good afternoon
4.5 based on 139 reviews
Preserve contains one of the best tall-grass prairies in Ohio plus a wealth of activities and attractions including a boardwalk, covered bridge, 100-year old schoolhouse and a hiking trail that connects to the University/Parks Trail.
Well, Mioses33, I drove from more than an hour away and I enjoyed my visit to Wildwood Preserve. Toledo has an impressive group of metroparks and strolling through any of them beats driving on any Toledo highway. No matter how you try to get through it seems there is always construction, traffic jams, or both. I view the city simply as an obstacle on the way north. so it was a nice surprise to find this welcome oasis on Central just east of 475. Yes, there are deer all over Ohio, but it is still fun to run across them in the wild. The people in the park office were proud of their park and were very helpful in giving me tips of things to see and do. One mentioned that you can sometimes see river otters from the boardwalk on the Floodplain Trail, so I made a point of going there. Didn't see any otters but did see a bunch of deer fairly close to the trail. Also hiked the Prairie Trail with nice views of the ravines and the Highland Woods loop. Only drawback was you could hear the traffic roaring along the 475 expressway. which made me appreciate the deer and other wildlife more. The restroom building at the park visitors center used to be an old barn so in a nice touch the brushed nickel water spouts on the sinks are in the form of pump handles. Overall this a beautiful park with trails and ctiviites for just about everyone, although not all trails can be used by bikes or wheel chairs.
4.5 based on 292 reviews
Make Imagination Station, Toledo's Science Center, your family's destination. In addition to your favorite exhibits and attractions, we always have something new. In 2014, a new simulator film, Over the Edge!, joined the High Wire Cycle, the BOYO, the Gravity Room, eight Learning Worlds and hundreds of interactive exhibits, activities and demonstrations!
I met up with a friend's family here (they came from Cleveland and I came from Detroit). It was a perfect meeting spot for us having young children. The cost is reasonable and the activities kept the young busy for hours. There is a small cafeteria there-also has reasonable prices. A nursing room is also available for breastfeeding mothers. This place may be a germaphobes nightmare because everything is hands on...bring those wipes and hand sanitizer!
5 based on 2 reviews
This 1850 home is located on Main Street in Sylvania just south of the Wyndam Hotel.
After a renovation, it opened two years ago. Two docents are present Sundays from 1-4 pm to provide lectures and tours of the basement, where runaway slaves were hidden on their trek to Canada. The house can otherwise be viewed outside any time.
Plaques outside explain its significance. In the basement, you can see where the runaways hid behind a false wall. Maps and wall charts explain the context. This is a rare, hidden gem that every American history buff should see. There is ample parking and no fee to enter.
4.5 based on 188 reviews
A recreated pioneer garden is a highlight of this huge botanical garden, with acres of fragrant meadows and wildflower, rose and herb gardens to stroll though.
We love to go to the Botanical Garden and stroll the grounds, enjoying the trees and flowers around us. They also have a variety of events during the year.
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