Public Places: Parks/Reservations
Edison Woods Preserve offers a variety of opportunities to enjoy a relaxing and educational visit with nature within its more than 1,300 acres. The trail system at Edison Woods allows visitors to appreciate marshy meadows, wet woodlands, and sandstone cliffs. The reserve is also home to a vast array of wildflowers, rare plants, amphibians, and reptiles.
The upper Cuyahoga River flows through an ancient valley filled with glacial deposits at Eldon Russell Park. This 132-acre reservation features ridges that support an upland forest of beech, maple, oak, and native white pine. The kettles below harbor a number of rare plants.
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.
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