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This 149-acre former fishing club was acquired by the Geauga Park District in 1993. Avid anglers continue to catch a wide variety of fish, including bass, bluegill, and northern pike. The three lakes and 40 acres of wetlands also attract beavers, great blue herons, red-shouldered hawks, turtles, and a wide variety of songbirds and migrating waterfowl. Beartown Lakes Reservation is an excellent spot for hiking, horseback riding, sledding, and cross-country skiing.

This park provides natural relief to the metropolitan skyline. Sand beaches, tree-lined picnic areas, and panoramic views of the lake are found within the park along the Lake Erie shoreline.

Euclid Creek Reservation is named for the Euclid Creek, which runs the length of the reservation. It features wooded hillsides, where the rare rock-chestnut oak grows. The reservation is located in Euclid, South Euclid, and Richmond Heights.

The reservation features picnic areas, a marsh, trails, and a nature center. The rich, deep woodlands support a host of songbirds throughout the year.

This 446-acre tract is located at the junction of the interurban railroad lines that connected Cleveland to Middlefield and Chardon in the early 20th century. In addition to its historical significance, this park features fields, forests, wetlands, beaver ponds, and one of the largest great blue heron nesting colonies in Northeast Ohio.

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