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In 1994, the Barrington Golf Club created this 18-hole signature course and has a been a huge crowd-puller since. The elegant course moves through lakes and forested area creating a great experience. The club also has a gym and other indoor sport facilities. When you think you've had your fill of activity, you can head to the clubhouse where members and guests can relax and socialize. The club is known to conduct regular events so do visit the website for details.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park is the only national park in the state of Ohio. It was established in 1974 as the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, and was designated as a national park in 2000. It is spread over 20,339.22 acres (8230.99 hectares). There are a lot of fun activities for visitors which includes cycling, hiking, waterfalls, caves and animal life.
Owned by Peak Resorts, this site is features a pair of ski resorts in Ohio, developed in the 1960s. The skiing operations are done from Boston Mills which is the more active resort, Brandywine being the lesser active with fewer operating hours. Between the two peaks, there are 18 trails of various skiing levels, a tubing park, four terrain parks and two beginners’ trails. They have 16 lifts including surface lifts, chair lifts, magic carpet and fixed quad lifts. Check website for tickets, programs and events.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park provides a world of natural wonders to explore just a short distance away from Cleveland. The park is centered around the Cuyahoga and features waterfalls, wildlife, caves, and plenty of fun activities for everyone in the family. There are miles of hiking and biking trails for sports enthusiasts, educational kids' programs, and exhibits relating to sustainable farming. Visit during the fall and you'll be treated to a stunning display of foliage turning yellow, red, and orange.
Enjoy watching horses race against each other? If so head straight to Thistledown in Cleveland. Various derbys are held here on a regular basis, from the Ohio Derby to Belmont Day and more. This spectacular race track has some excellent facilities such as a gifts shop where one can purchase souvenirs and trinkets. The Silk restaurant is a good stop-over for refreshments and to enjoy a delicious meal. Put your money on a horse and hope he brings you some luck. Definitely a place for luck-spinners and for those looking for an adventurous time! Opens everyday at 11:30a.
The historic parcel of land that Hale Farm & Village is built on was donated to The Western Reserve Historical Society by Clara Belle Ritchie. Historic buildings from around the country were relocated to the land to create a living history museum and village called Wheatfield. Visitors will learn about life during the Civil War and the history of the region. Exhibits relating to fashion, technology, and other subjects can be seen here as well.
See some of the most scenic spots in northeast Ohio from a hot air balloon with Fun Makers Inc. Safety is of the utmost importance, and you can rest assured that the pilots have the proper training. These rides are perfect for a day of family fun or for a romantic outing. The balloons launch from various sites, including lakes, valleys, and woods. Fun Makers Inc. also offers photo booths, climbing walls, and other fun equipment for rent.
Situated across Market Street, the Hardesty Park is a neighborhood public park. It is an ideal picnic spot and has something for everyone. The park features sporting facilities like basketball courts, baseball fields, football courts, soccer and softball areas, a separate track for biking and a swimming pool. And, if you want to simply stroll around, it also has open spaces and walkways. Truly, Hardesty Park is a perfect hangout for the entire family.
This sprawling green stretch of land was donated by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and hence, the name, Goodyear Heights Metro Park. Opened in 1930, over the period of time, more trees and flower shrubs were planted and additional land was acquired, today visitors can see variety of beautiful trees and plants like oaks, tulip trees, pines, red maples and so forth. Apart from greenery and perfectly maintained lawns, the Goodyear Heights Metro Park also has excellent sporting facilities including sports like hiking, fishing, baseball and softball. Here, you can enjoy different activities with your friends or simply explore this wonderful park featuring a pond, paved walkways and shady woods. Open late till 11p, this park is certainly an oasis of the city.
Located in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, Lake View Cemetery is named for the views of Lake Erie that can be seen to the north. It is known as "Cleveland's Outdoor Museum" for its expanses of greenery and biological diversity, as well as its monuments, including the James A. Garfield Memorial and Wade Memorial Chapel. There are 104,000 people buried here, including some of Cleveland's best-known historical figures.
Situated across Lee Road, the Forest Hill Park provides the much needed green respite to its neighborhood. Apart from that, it also has sporting facilities for public use that includes ball-fields, tennis courts, a playground, multipurpose fields and much more. That's not it, the two sheltered areas are perfect for picnickers and are ideal for summer outings. Those who are not much into sports, can simply go for a nature walk or sit by the lovely duck pond.
This is the nation's oldest civic garden, dating back to 1930. It is divided into herb, wildflower, rose, perennial and Japanese gardens. More than 3000 species of trees and shrubs fill the garden. This non-profit community resource center offers information on landscaping and horticulture. The garden library has a section for youngsters, and visitors can choose from several programs such as preschoolers' story times, crafts and gardening classes.