Due to required construction on the Rockcliff retaining wall, the adjacent all-purpose connector trail will be closed for the duration of the project through June 30, 2016. Both Rockcliff Drive and the neighboring residential driveways will be accessible at all times.
Click here for a map to aid in viewing the impact of the APT closure.
Rocky River Reservation is located in Berea, Brook Park, Cleveland, Fairview Park, Lakewood, North Olmsted, Olmsted Township, and Rocky River. The first land purchased for Cleveland Metroparks — a 3.8 acre parcel purchased in April 1919 — can be seen from the Stinchcomb-Groth Memorial.
The character of the reservation is strongly influenced by the Rocky River. Massive shale cliffs rise above the willows, sycamores and cottonwoods, and many trails wind through the valley's deep floodplain forests, meadows and wetlands. Wildlife is common in the valley and visitors can expect to see numerous bird species and some common Ohio mammals year-round, including the white-tailed deer. Visit Rocky River Nature Center to learn more.
Recreation in Rocky River Reservation