Cleveland Metroparks provides over 100 miles of shared-use, paved,
all purpose trails for cycling, walking, running and in-line
skating. Motorized vehicles are prohibited on the all
purpose trails. Bicycles are permitted on roadways. The Traffic Code is applicable whenever a bicycle is operated.
Mountain Bikes: Mountain bikes are permitted on roadways, all purpose trails, and other paths designated for use of bicycles. Mountain bikes or any bike are not permitted in hiking or bridle trails. The Traffic Code is applicable whenever a bicycle is operated.
Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation has a short loop of about 1/2 mile for beginners with minimal mountain biking skills and a longer loop with some steep terrain for the more experienced intermediate rider. The single track mountain bike trail is open May through December. For more information, call 440-331-8313 or visit www.camba.us.
Royalview trail, located in Mill Stream Run Reservation, is a mountain bike trail consisting of two loops totaling 9 miles of beginner to intermediate level single track trails. Closure information here.
The new Bedford Reservation mountain bike/hike trail near Egbert Picnic Area and Bridle Veil Falls opens Saturday, June 7. This over 9-mile trail consists of loops off the all purpose trail and is beginner friendly. Closure information here.
Personal Safety: Cleveland Metroparks is a great place to enjoy nature and recreation. However, when in the Park District, remember to follow the personal safety practices you would anywhere else. If faced with an emergency, notify the ranger department immediately by calling 440-333-4911. Contact the nearest Park District employee who will alert the ranger department, or call 911.