Diane Stresing

Cleveland

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  1. Everett Road Covered Bridge

    Cleveland

    Everett Road Covered Bridge is the last remaining covered bridge in Summit County. Built in the late 1800s, it is a scenic relic of a time long passed.

  2. Findley State Park

    Cleveland

    Pack up and head about an hour west of Cleveland to find 7 miles of hiking trails, an 8-mile MTB trail, a 93-acre lake, and a variety of campsites.

  3. Blue Hen and Buttermilk Falls

    Cleveland

    One of CVNP's iconic photo spots - Blue Hen Falls - makes for a short and easy hiking destination, but it's just the entry point for a longer, more exciting trek to a larger waterfall.

  4. Tent Camping on the Grand River

    Cleveland

    The Grand River offers riverside campsites perfect for paddlers, in northern Lake County.

  5. Creekside Camping in Lake County

    Cleveland

    The creekside campsite in Concord Township, just off the Buckeye Trail, makes a great backpacker's getaway.

  6. Lakeside Campsite in Leroy

    Cleveland

    Probably the least primitive of Lake Metroparks' tent sites, this one is perfect for fishing (license required).

  7. Kendall Lake Loop

    Cleveland

    Kendall Lake offers a flat and scenic 1-mile route that connects two rolling trails, making a 6-mile loop hikers and runners alike can love.

  8. Quail Hollow State Park

    Cleveland

    Quail Hollow State Park, a short drive from Cleveland, is a great day hiking destination in Northeast Ohio with flat trails and pretty scenery.

  9. Geneva State Park

    Cleveland

    Hike this park during the warmer months to enjoy the wooded trails and Great Lake views. Bring your skis or snowshoes for a different view in the winter.

  10. Hale Farm & Village

    Cleveland

    Hale Farm & Village is a living history museum that captures the essence of 19th century America and includes a working farm, a museum and a recreated village.

  11. Furnace Run Metro Park

    Cleveland

    Furnace Run Metro Park is the perfect place to go relax and enjoy nature. The spring bloom of 40,000 daffodils is a sight to behold -- as are the tall beech-maple forests and quiet streams.

  12. Brandywine Falls - Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    Cleveland

    Brandywine Falls is a 65-foot tall waterfall with a boardwalk path, making it a short and pleasant walk in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

  13. West Branch State Park

    Cleveland

    HIking at West Branch can be as easy as walking across the dam or as off-road and in-the-woods as you want, along the Buckeye Trail.