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The falls were once called Bakers Falls, named for the Baker family, who had lived in the area since the early 1800s and operated one of the first mills. In 1974, the area was named Paine Falls, at which time it was dedicated as a park by Lake Metroparks.

It's a popular east-side course that features an ideal use of the land. Tremendously scenic and challenging for all levels of golfers, the course has split-personality nines. The clubhouse, constructed more than 70 years ago from materials salvaged from the Millionaire's Row mansions, is the perfect place to relax after your round.

Operated by the Peninsula HIstoric & Education Foundation, this circa-1850s hall serves as a museum, concert venue, and exhibit space.
More than 400 acres of natural beauty. Enjoy hiking trails, picnic shelters, exhibits, a gift shop, and wildlife center.

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