Quite possibly one of Ohio's most underrated parks, South Chagrin Reservation should be visited immediately by anyone who has yet to do so. The park has cliffs, waterfalls, and miles and miles of trails. In addition to all of this, the park also has an interesting rock carving called Squaw Rock. Below I have listed some of the many hikes in South Chagrin, I personally recommend the Squaw rock trail. Also, make sure to check out the waterfall on the Chagrin River at the entrance to the park.
Pine Tree Loop Trail:
Length: 1 mile
Trail Description: This trail leads you through a forest of Hemlocks and past several small waterfalls. This trail has incredible views into the beautiful Sulphur Springs creek
Squaw Rock Trail:
Length: .6 miles
Attractions: River, Squaw Rock, Waterfalls
Trail Description: This short but difficult trail leads you to Squaw Rock, trail also has views of the river and waterfall right next to Squaw Rock
Squirrel loop trail:
Length: 1.8 miles
Trail Description: This is a tough trail that goes along the rock ledges that tower over the Chagrin River
Thrush Loop Trail
Length: .9 miles
Attractions: Thick Forest
Trail Description: This trail exits the parking lot at Sulphur Springs and goes deep into the woods
South Chagrin Reservation
Address: 35069 Cannon Road, Chagrin Falls
Photo by Dave Dotson
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