Tuxedo Park

Tuxedo Park
5199 West 4th Street
Brooklyn Heights, Ohio 44131
Tuxedo Park webpage

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About Tuxedo Park
Tuxedo Park, also known as Brooklyn Heights Community Park, has been developed by the West Creek Conservancy in cooperation with the Village of Brooklyn Heights.

Nestled, almost hidden, within a scenic stretch of the West Creek Valley can be found a wooded island of green. Brooklyn Heights Park was established along the Seven Hills border some 60 years ago by the Village of Brooklyn Heights. Originally conceived as simply a unique and beautiful public park in the middle of a highly urbanized and residential landscape, for over half a century the park preserved and protected nearly one-mile of West Creek and its woodlands.

But strategically positioned beside I-480, the park now serves as a vital trail connection eventually linking up with Cleveland Metroparks West Creek Reservation and Watershed Stewardship Center, the historic Henninger House, and the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, as well as the local neighborhoods, business areas, and points of interest along the evolving West Creek Greenway.
From Tuxedo Park webpage

The AllTrails website has a description and map of a 1.5 mile hike on the West Trail at Tuxedo Park.

Restroom on site.