movie theater

Historic Maumee Indoor Theater
1946 theater restored in 2004
Movies and stage performances;
Party rental rooms
601 Conant St., Maumee
(419) 897-8902
Movie schedule: (419) 897-8901

Maumee SportsMall
Miniature golf; driving range; batting cages; six-hole 3-par golf course.
1610 Market Place Dr., Maumee
(419) 897-9464

Showcase 18 Cinemas Maumee
1360 Conant St., Maumee
(419) 891-5039

Side Cut Metropark on the Maumee River
Walking and bike trails; picnic and recreation areas; fisherman’s destination for spring walleye run; bird atrium; weekly tram-nature tours in summer months.
1025 W. River Rd., Maumee
(419) 407-9731

Walleye & White Bass Fishing on the Maumee River
Maumee Tackle & Guide Service can provide the latest fishing report online.
(419) 893-3474

Corey Street Boat Launch Ramp
Located at the foot of Corey Street on the Maumee River. Free to the public.

Timbers Bowling Lanes
Leagues and open bowling
1246 Conant St., Maumee
(419) 893-7631

Rolf Park Waterpark
Open June through August
Fantastic slides and picnic area
2115 Cass Road, Maumee
(419) 897-7150
Hotline: (419) 897-7178

Maumee Antique Mall
300+ booths of quality antiques
1552 S. Reynolds Rd., Maumee
(419) 893-2468

Children Wonderland
40+ years of animated holiday themed displays. Held at the Lucas County Recreation Center at 2901 Key Street. Opens the day after Thanksgiving to New Year’s Eve.
(419) 213-2230

Historic Home Tour
Annual October tour featuring 6-8 historic homes or buildings in the historic uptown area. Sponsored by the Maumee Senior Center.
(419) 893-1994

Nature Tour Tram
Enjoy a ride through Side Cut Park in the summer on a 15-passenger tram. Weekly tours scheduled.

Wolcott House Museum
Historical complex with seven 19th century buildings
1031 River Rd., Maumee
(419) 893-9602

Wabash Cannonball Bike Trail
65-mile, all-purpose trail; partially paved. Great for short and long-distance biking and roller blading. Access to the trail begins at Jerome Road, south of Monclova Road, or from the pedestrian bridge over US 24 at Fallen Timbers Monument.

Winter Sledding
Side Cut Metropark offers a sledding hill at the Siegert Lake area.

Bird Atrium at Side Cut Park
Stop in to warm up or cool down and enjoy watching a variety of birds and other wildlife visiting the feeding station.

Fort Meigs State Memorial Museum
North America’s largest restored
10-acre stockade fort was the focal point of the War of 1812.
29100 W. River Rd. (SR 65), Perrysburg
(419) 874-4121

Toledo Mud Hens Baseball
It’s the official minor league Mud Hens team, made famous by Jamie Farr. Downtown Toledo
(419) 725-HENS

COSI Toledo
Hands-on science facility for all ages
Downtown Toledo
(419) 244-2674

Toledo Botanical Gardens
5403 Elmer Dr., Toledo
(419) 936-2986

Toledo Zoo
Home to 4,700+ animals representing more than 700 species. One of the world’s most comprehensive zoos.
2700 Broadway, Toledo
(419) 255-8000

Sandpiper Cruise Boat
Cruise the Maumee River from Rossford to Lake Erie. Scheduled rides and party rentals.
(419) 537-1212

The Canal Experience
Discover what life was like along the Miami and Erie Canal in 1876. A mule-drawn canal boat travels through Lock #44, visit a working saw mill and general store.
Providence Metropark,
Grand Rapids, OH
(419) 407-9741

Lake Erie Islands
The Maumee River empties into Lake Erie near downtown Toledo. A ferry boat can transport you to Put-In-Bay or Kelley’s Island from Port Clinton. Take advantage of our waterways for a great day or weekend getaway.

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