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Chestnut Grove Cemetery
Coordinates: 41.3767925, -81.8960381
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Tips for birding Chestnut Grove Cemetery
There is a pond in Chestnut Grove Cemetery that attracts ducks and geese.
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About Chestnut Grove Cemetery
Chestnut Grove Cemetery in Olmsted Falls is also known as New Chestnut Grove Cemetery. The cemetery is located on the east side of Lewis Road south of the intersection with Water Street.

Olmsted Falls was part of territory granted by the U.S. government to Connecticut settlers who were displaced after the Revolutionary War in the late 1700’s (now commonly known as the “Western Reserve”). Olmsted Falls was originally named Kingston Township around 1815. It then became Lenox Township, from 1822 until 1830, when it was renamed Olmsted Falls.
From Chestnut Grove Cemeteries webpage

No restroom facilities. There are restrooms at East River Park across Lewis Road and at David Fortier River Park across the Rocky River from the cemetery.