Beaty Landing

Beaty Landing
477 East Walnut Street (OH-84)
Painesville, Ohio 44077
Beaty Landing webpage
Beaty Landing map

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Beaty Landing
Coordinates: 41.7201046, -81.2299061
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Beaty Landing Trail
Oxbow Trail – 1.3 miles

Beaty Landing is one of the largest remaining parcels of privately owned open space in this stretch of the Grand River. The loop trail provides views of the river with river access.

A description with a map of a hike at Beaty Landing is on the AllTrails website.

About Beaty Landing
This 54-acre wooded parcel in Painesville encompasses 3,300 feet of frontage on the Grand River. Named Beaty Landing, it safeguards land for the Grand River valley’s wildlife, which includes nesting bald eagles about two miles upstream, nesting and migrating songbirds that utilize the deep, cool valley of the Grand River, and a variety of mammals, insects, and invertebrates that utilize the river. In addition to habitat protection, it is within walking distance for the residents of Painesville City.

Visitors can enjoy low-impact recreational activities such as picnicking, hiking, and fishing at this new park. Improvements made to enhance public use include a parking lot, restroom, and installation of a mile-long loop gravel trail with a scenic overlook and three access points to the Grand River.

Beaty Landing was one of the largest remaining parcels of privately owned open space in this stretch of the Grand River. This project was funded in part by a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration supported by The Trust for Public Land.
From Beaty Landing webpage

Restrooms at locations identified on Beaty Landing map.