Beyer’s Pond is a small, secluded lake tucked away in the far reaches of Big Creek Reservation. A short, 0.7 mile hiking loop leads back to the lake, passing by wetlands and overlooking the floodplain of Baldwin Creek. This hiking loop is a great place to spot turtles, water snakes and green frogs in the summer and red fox and coyote tracks in the winter. Many species of sportfish can be caught in Beyer’s Pond, including bluegill, green sunfish and largemouth bass. Beyer’s Pond is located off Main Street in Middleburg Heights, just east of Eastland Road.