Hidden Valley Metropark
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Hidden Valley Park borders the Grand River below a spectacular, exposed 360-million-year-old Chagrin Shale cliff. Views of the wide, scenic river are visible from a flat, riverside trail. Trees along the river and trail display evidence of busy beavers. This park offers visitors excellent access to the Grand River.
From Hidden Valley Metropark webpage
The 152-acre Hidden Valley Park features views of an exposed, 360-million year-old Chagrin Shale cliff.
Hidden Valley Park is divided by the Grand River. There are no driving or pedestrian connections within the park between the North and South entrances. Fishing along the Grand River is accessible from the South Entrance. Additional pond fishing access is located in the northern section of the park. A launch for small watercraft is located in the southern section of the park near the OH-528 bridge.
From Lake Erie Public Access Guide
Restrooms at locations identified on Hidden Valley Metropark map.