Lake County’s biggest attraction is our abundance of natural resources and activities to do outside. Boat, sail, kayak, or fish on Lake Erie or two of Ohio’s Scenic Rivers – the Grand and Chagrin. Visit a nationally-recognized arboretum, trek over 50 miles of carefully conserved trails, explore 35+ parks and waterways, and enjoy over 30 miles of shoreline along Lake Erie. Dozens of cabin and tent campsites are available, most of which stay open year-round. Hiking, biking, swimming, skiing, fishing, golf – you’ll find it all here in Remarkable Lake County, OH.
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Three-quarter mile grass loop trail along bluff that provides a spectacular view of the Grand River Valley and the river below. Pond fishing. Tent campsite can be reserved.
Popular for its sledding hill, Riverview Park a 45-acre park situated along the scenic Grand River. A 1/2 mile gravel trail follows the ridge above the river through a mixed forest of hardwood and hemlock trees.
Borders the Grand River below a spectacular, exposed 360-million year-old Chagrin Valley Shale cliff. Views of the wide, scenic river are visible form a flat, riverside trail.
A high cliff top with a loop trail and steps that provide a dramatic descent into the creek valley are found here.
This park features a sculpted sundial, a cable bridge, and a bronze cast of the area. 84 acres with picnic area, campsite and two picnic shelters. Handicapped accessible, restrooms, 1.6 miles of paved hiking trails, fishing.
Features a beautiful scenic waterfall. 377 acres, picnic area with grills, picnic shelter, hiking trail, restrooms.
Discover Paine Creek and enjoy views of the Grand River Valley. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service. 494 acres, picnic area with grills, restrooms, hiking trails, fishing.
Nearly a mile loop trail provides access to a 9-acre pond and a pier extending into the pond for fishing and wildlife observation.
Located on Lake Erie's shore, this park was established in the early 1920s as a popular recreational area.
4.8-mile paved trail for visitors to exercise in the beauty of nature. The trail links the municipalities of Painesville, Painesville Township and Concord Twp.