Clarence Darrow Park

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Clarence Darrow Park
Coordinates: 41.2821471, -80.8328158
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About Clarence Darrow MetroPark
Clarence Darrow MetroPark is a popular recreation spot located across from the Kent State University Trumbull Campus in Champion Township. The park exhibits a surprisingly diverse landscape ranging from grassy fields and rolling hills to wooded flatland and deep stream banks, leaving several little environments to explore and study. Visitors to the park will find forested walking trails, streamside park benches, the Young’s Run 18-hole disc golf course, open lawns, and picnic areas with grills. Wildlife abounds throughout the park, from small aquatic animals at the stream’s edge to woodland creatures. The park is also a home and foraging ground for a rich variety of bird species, making the site a favorite location for the annual Trumbull County’s Audubon Christmas Bird Count. The park is particularly popular with disc golfers, bicyclists seeking to utilize the Western Reserve Greenway located about one mile northeast of the park, and birdwatchers.
From Trumbull County MetroParks webpage

Restrooms on site.