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Toledo's largest,
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A 3.5 mile paved multi-purpose path encircles Ottawa Park. In 2009 it was named the Robert Brundage Bike Path for the late Dr. Brundage, an avid cyclist.

In 1987, an Ohio Historic Marker, recognizing historic Ottawa Park in Toledo, was dedicated. (see photo at top of page).

Ottawa Gate (at left), a 25 foot high 4 ton sculpture of brick and aluminum, was installed in 1994 at the Bancroft and Ottawa Pkwy. park entrance. Designed by David Black, a Columbus sculptor, he said it is meant to appear "light, airy and bird-like." Your Park Board, along with the city of Toledo and the Ohio Arts Council, funded the sculpture.
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