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Mill Stream Run Reservation–Chalet
Coordinates: 41.323359, -81.817359
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About the Chalet
The Chalet in Cleveland Metroparks Mill Stream Run Reservation offers year-round recreational and social opportunities in the natural beauty of the “Emerald Necklace.”

The Chalet can be rented for family outings, functions and company picnics spring, summer and fall. The recreation area features cooking grills and picnic tables, plus a ball field, swings, sand volleyball court, and horseshoe pit. An all purpose trail runs near the Chalet and can be used for activities like bicycling, jogging, skating, and walking.

The natural beauty of Cleveland Metroparks provides the perfect backdrop for a winter toboggan adventure at the Chalet. Experience the thrill of plunging downhill at high speed on the two frozen ice chutes. During October, the Chalet offers old-fashioned hayrides and square dancing.

About Mill Stream Run Reservation
Mill Stream Run Reservation is located in Berea, Middleburg Heights, North Royalton, and Strongsville. Long ago nineteenth-century communities like Albion, Sanderson’s Corners, and Slab Hollow sprang up to take advantage of the water power from the east branch of the Rocky River and its tributaries. After the sawmills and grist mills were established, businesses like a basket factory, taverns, blacksmith shops and tailors followed. At Berea, the river cuts through Berea sandstone carving potholes in the stone. Baldwin and Wallace lakes are former quarries that produced some of the finest grindstones in the world. The settlers were not the first to visit; artifacts have been found in the reservation that indicate Native American tribes frequented this area over 8,000 years ago. The reservation includes numerous species of wildlife and plant life, including ferns and wildflowers. The East Branch of the Rocky River is noted for its spring trout fishing.

The reservation also has a number of trails and picnic areas for visitors to enjoy year-round, including the Chalet with its twin toboggan chutes for winter thrills, summer reserved picnicking and fall hayrides.
From Mill Stream Run Reservation webpage

Restrooms at locations identified on Mill Stream Run Reservation map.