Garfield Park is rich with history & surrounded by beauty. Walk to see the scenic waterfall.
Garfield Park Reservation is located in Garfield Heights. The reservation features picnic areas, a wetland, and trails. The history of Garfield Park dates back almost a century. In 1894, the city of Cleveland purchased three farms, a half mile south of the city limits as a site for a new south side park. It was officially opened in 1895, as Newburg Park, and soon thereafter re-named Garfield Park. Much of the beautiful stonework still evident in the reservation today dates from the 1930s New Deal Era projects. Garfield Park was leased to Cleveland Metroparks in 1986.
The old lake beds have been reclaimed by nature and are managed as green space for wildlife. The rich deep woodlands support a host of songbirds throughout the year.
For educational programming at Garfield Park Center, please call CanalWay Center at 216-206-1000.
Come enjoy the loop fitness trail with exercise stations staggered throughout.
Mill Creek Falls, Cuyahoga County’s tallest waterfall, is located in Cleveland. Mill Creek Falls stands at 48 feet tall. Come walk the 2-mile all...
Admire the historical mason work at Old Boating Pond Bridge and enjoy the water flow over the stone fall.
Listen to the nearby waterfall or enjoy scenic views of the falls from the lower visa.
Old Birch Picnic Area has everything for the perfect picnic or ball game. Fire up the grill and enjoy a ball game.
Red Oak Picnic Area has everything for the perfect picnic. Fire up the grill and relax amongst the large shading Oak trees.
Red Oak Shelter has everything for the perfect picnic or baseball game. Fire up the grill while the kids play on the playground.
Start your park visit in a central location at Trolley Turn Canopy right off of Garfield Park Blvd.
Windy Ridge Picnic Area has everything the perfect picnic or group adventure. Come fly a kite or pick up a game of baseball.
What turtles can you find in Cleveland Metroparks? Bring your preschooler to Garfield Park...
A drop of water seems simple, but natural elements and human contributions can complicate things....