Address: 24000 Valley Parkway, North Olmsted, OH 44070
Cedar Point Loop Trail:
Length: .4 miles
Description: This trail travels the edge of the valley of the West Branch of the Rocky River. The trail gives great views of the river almost 100 feet below
Fort Hill Loop Trail:
Length: 1.3 miles
Difficulty: Moderate to Strenuous
Description: Starting at the Nature Center, this trail climbs a steep ridge via 135 wooden stairs to the top of Fort Hill. The views from the top of the hill are fantastic year round. This is our favorite trail in the area
Wildlife Management Trail:
Length: 1.5 miles
Description: This is a flat trail that crosses through a wetland that used to be a channel of the West Branch of the Rocky River.
All Purpose Trail:
Length: 13.6 miles
Description: This trail runs through the whole Rocky River Reservation. It stays close to the River the whole way
A narrow but large park centered around the Rocky River, Rocky River Reservation is a beautiful park that is known for its large shale cliffs that rise on both sides of the river valley. Located in the park is Berea Falls, a smaller waterfall that is great for photo ops due to the impressive bridges behind it. Below we have listed some of the best hikes Rocky River has to offer
Rocky River Reservation
Rocky River Reservation by Mady Etzel
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