Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis National Historic Site

Description:

The Battle of Fallen Timbers was the culminating event that demonstrated the tenacity of the American people in their quest for western expansion and the struggle for dominance in the Old Northwest Territory. The events resulted in the dispossession of American Indian tribes and a loss of colonial territory for the British military and settlers.

Directions:

Fallen Timbers is near the Maumee River about three miles southwest of the City of Maumee in Lucas County. Take the first exit off of U.S. Route 24 southwest of I-475 and turn east. Then follow the road north paralleling U.S. Route 24 to the site.

Phone:

(419) 407-9700

Email:

cuva_info@nps.gov

Address:

Toledo Metro Parks Visitors Center 5100 West Central Avenue

Toledo, OH 43615

Activities:

Organization:

NPS - National Park Service

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