Enjoy the challenging trails, scenic streams and sprawling forest of Bedford reservation.
Big Creek Reservation serves primarily as an urban greenway, which winds along Big Creek through the southwest suburbs of Cuyahoga County.
Brecksville Reservation, the largest of the 18 Cleveland Metroparks reservations, offers scenic overlooks and historical landmarks.
From beaches to boat ramps, fitness trails to fishing piers, Lakefront Reservation is a true gem in the “Emerald Necklace”
Explore a portion of the historic 309-mile Ohio & Erie canal. Scenic beauty and fishing opportunities await.
Long and narrow, this reservation follows the winding course of the Rocky River from Berea into Lakewood near Lake Erie.
Explore one of the most biologically diverse reservations in Cleveland Metroparks at South Chagrin reservation.
Home to a nine-hole golf course, two historic memorials and several athletic fields, this reservation has something for everyone.
This historic location provides amazing views of Cleveland.
Discover deep forested ravines, walk through a restored Ohio prairie with grasses over eight feet tall, or explore glacial river valleys carved...
The Edgewater Beach House brings an enhanced beach-vibe through made-to-order beachside fare.
CanalWay Center is where nature and history meet. Experience the canal boat play area and bird viewing room.
Heritage Park, along the banks of the Cuyahoga river, is home to the historic Lorenzo Hart Cabin.
This woodland natural surface trail allows you to discover how time and nature have reclaimed the old Forbes dairy farm.
The largest remaining glacial wetland in Cuyahoga County, Lake Abram makes up 80 acres of unique and critical wildlife habitat.
Located in scenic South Chagrin Reservation, Look About Lodge is a beautiful log cabin built from more than 300 chestnut logs.
This birding hotspot was once a “kettle lake” sculpted by glaciers during the Ice Age.
Powered by the water of Rocky River, this gristmill provided grist milling and flour to Rocky River Valley residents.
Smoky Memorial celebrates Smoky, a Yorkshire Terrier that aided troops during WWII and later became the world’s first therapy dog on record.
This 30-foot memorial celebrates the accomplishments of William Stinchcomb and Harold Groth, the first directors of Cleveland Metroparks.
Tyler Barn was a part of Cleveland businessman, Washington S. Tyler’s estate and donated in 1921, along with 75 acres of land, by wife.
Reflect on the history and contributions of armed forces personnel and view a USS Maine battleship relic.
Come experience a fun way to make New Year resolutions.
Learn how to spin wool into yarn using a drop spindle, which you can take home.
As the only remaining "Trailside Museum" in the park, the Brecksville Nature Center has many...
Collect the clues (s'mores ingredients) that are hidden around the center and roast your own...
Call it traditional storytelling, spoken word performance or narrative theater: excellent...
Explore the different ways pioneer children spent their time with toys.