Garfield Park Reservation
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Garfield Park Reservation Trails
Hiking trails in the Garfield Park Reservation include:
Iron Spring Loop Trail – 1.3 miles
Cattail Trail – .2 mile
Meadow Trail – .1 mile
North Ravine Loop Trail – .4 mile
Ridge Top Trail – .4 mile
All Purpose Trail – 3.9 miles
A description with a map of a hike on the All Purpose Trail is on the AllTrails website.
About Garfield Park Reservation
Garfield Park Reservation is located in Garfield Heights. The reservation features picnic areas, a marsh, trails, and a nature center. The history of Garfield Park dates back almost a century. In 1894, the city of Cleveland purchased three farms, a half mile south of the city limits as a site for a new south side park. It was officially opened in 1895, as Newburg Park, and much of the beautiful stonework still evident in the reservation today dates from the original project. It was leased to Cleveland Metroparks in 1986.
Mill Creek is a north unit of the Garfield Park Reservation. Mill Creek Falls Overlook is a 1.5-mile trail along Turney Road to Mill Creek Falls Overlook. Entrances are off Broadway Avenue and Turney Road.
From Garfield Park Reservation webpage
Restrooms at locations identified on Garfield Park Reservation map.