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    The Shaker Heights Nature Center is a wonderful example of a small nature center that has a big impact Besides being a great place to spend with my kids when they were younger (I still walk through frequently even now with my kids all grown up), the Nature Center takes its mission of educating people about nature very seriously. From classes to nature walks to sustainable building projects to repopulating native species, the Nature Center provides a wonderful services to everybody who lives nearby or comes for a visit.

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    I’ve been going to this park before they built the Nature Center way back in the 1960’s. I grew up in the area and attended Woobury and SHHS. My best friend along with many others, lived on West and South park blvds. Memorable and some of the best years a child could ever have. It great seeing that they have invested more into the park in recent years. The Nature Center, Shaker lakes system and The Shaker Parklands are the best maintained properties that the City of Cleveland owns.

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    A small park but very nice. Events all thru the year. A good break from the urban surrounding.

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    I was near the stop sign approaching Larchmere ave, on North Woodland when I was placed in hand cuffs, and standing with 2 cops, and then another cop came over and hit me with his knee, breaking my left leg. I suffered a Valgus Fracture of my left Tibia Plateau. The cops dragged me and put me in a cop car, and held me for 15 hours in Shaker Heights police station before taking me to South Point hospital. It is a shame that in this beautiful serene Boulevard neighborhood of Shaker Heights that something this vicious could occur, but it did. The trial was supposed to be held in downtown Cleveland, but “They” moved it to Akron, Ohio. They know who I am, and they need to apologize. I can not recommend this place to anyone, from nature lovers to Shaker Heights or surrounding residents. I graduated from Cleveland Heights High in 1994, and I went here as a kid on a field trips, so I am very familiar with place. Stay far away.

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    I don’t really understand what the previous reviewer’s post had to do with the Nature Center, but it’s a lovely place to go on a walk and take your kids. Beautiful trails abound. My little brother has been going to their camps for years and enjoys them immensely. Recommend to anyone who likes the outdoors and pretty scenery.