Located in Hinckley Township in Medina County, the reservation is dominated by the 90-acre Hinckley Lake, enjoyed by fishermen and paddle sport enthusiasts.
At the southern end of Cleveland Metroparks is Hinckley Reservation, the site of the nationally-known annual Return of the Buzzards. From hiking at Whipp's Ledges to kayaking on Hinckley Lake, there are a variety of activities here for everyone.
Operated by the Brooklyn Exchange club, this reservable cabin is great for group events.
Celebrate the return of spring and Buzzards at Hinckley Reservation every year on March 15.
This long, steep hill is for experienced sled riders.
Park your horse trailer and ride the bridle trails from this lot. Hikers welcome.
Hinckley Lake is 90-acres and provides a variety of opportunities for recreation on the water, including fishing, boating and swimming.
The Hinckley Lake Boat Launch is located near the boathouse parking lot off West Drive.
Located near the boathouse, you can access the Hinckley Lake loop and All purpose trails from here.
Enjoy a day of picnicking or hiking. The nearby boathouse offers kayak, paddleboat and paddleboard rentals.
Located near the swimming area, you can access the Hinckley Lake loop and All purpose trails from here.
This 2-acre lake offers easy access for fishing.
Fishing in this 4.5 acre lake is restricted to shore fishing only; no boats.
Soak in the scenic view of the east branch of the Rocky River just before it enters Hinckley Lake.
The only place in Northeast Ohio that permits rock climbing. Explore the massive exposed sandstone ledge located off State Road.
Explore the massive Sharon Conglomerate ledges along the Whipp's Ledges loop trail.
Worden’s Ledge features carvings of historical figures done by Noble Stuart along the exposed sand ledge.
Worden's Ledges loop trail features carving done by Nobel Stuart.
All the basic skills you need to get out there... climb smart, climb high and climb safe.
Get to know the beauty of Hinckley Lake as you try your skills at stand up paddleboarding.