Hinckley Reservation–Brooklyn Exchange Cabin Trails
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About Brooklyn Exchange Cabin Trails
The Brooklyn Exchange Club is a national service organization dedicated to serving the community and developing leadership skills. They maintain the Brooklyn Exchange Cabin, which was built in 1941, in Hinckley Reservation. The cabin is used by organizations that work with children, including Scouts, and Boys and Girls Clubs.
The Hinckley Reservation Bridle Trail which shares a section of the Buckeye Trail passes the Brooklyn Exchange Cabin property.
About the Hinckley Reservation
At the southern end of Cleveland Metroparks is Hinckley Reservation, the site of the nationally-known annual Return of the Buzzards. From hiking at Whipp’s Ledges to kayaking on Hinckley Lake, there are a variety of activities here for everyone.
Another attraction of the reservation is Whipp’s Ledges, with elevations rising 350 feet above Hinckley Lake and formed more than 250 million years ago.
Worden’s Ledges has unique carvings made in the 1940s by Noble Stuart, son-in-law to the namesake of the ledges, Hiram Worden. Hike the Worden’s Ledges loop trail to see the carvings.
Rising Valley, located off Newton Road, which was transferred by Hinckley Township to Cleveland Metroparks, has public access trails.
From Hinckley Reservation webpage
Restrooms at locations identified on Hinckley Reservation map.