Lake Rockwell Road
Kent, Ohio 44240
Also, see Cuyahoga River-Upper Important Bird Area
eBird Bar Charts by Season
The 539-acre lake is situated north of Kent and southeast of Streetsboro.
Parking is limited; but the area can be excellent for waterfowl in migration and nesting species, including Bald Eagles, Blue-headed Vireos, Red-breasted Nuthatches, Pine Warblers, and Northern Waterthrushes.
Nearby and easily accessible, Towners Woods Park also offers a good representation of summering birds that may include White-eyed Vireos, Veeries, Wood Thrushes, Blue-winged and Hooded Warblers, and occasionally Yellow-breasted Chats.
No restroom facilities.