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Metea County Park

Metea County Park consists of 250 acres in northcentral Allen County near Leo. It contains the 120 acre Menl-aki State Nature Preserve. The entrance is off Union Chapel Road near the intersection with Leo Road (SR 1). The northern section of the park is accessible via Hursh Road between Puff and Halter Roads.   Metea County Park is named for a Potawatomi leader who had a village near the mouth of Cedar Creek by the current boundary of the park. This village was named Muskwawsepeotan, or "town on the old red wood creek." It was settled sometime after 1795.  
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