An Enchanting 562-Acre Park, The Rookery Is One Of Greater Cleveland’s Best Kept Secrets

The fascinating thing about our local parks is that many of them are rich in history. From the vibrant foliage of former quarries to the sleepy remnants of the old canalways, our landscape hides secrets amidst the din of various habitats. Such wonders expand well outside of Cleveland’s city limits, and these neighboring places are awaiting exploration. Bundle up, grab some hiking boots, and let’s hit the road!

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The remnants of the old Interurban Railroad Junction are a fascinating piece of local history. Have you ever visited this park? Which season would you say is best for a visit?

If these petite trails aren’t enough to keep you entertained, perhaps you should traverse this one trail that stretches from Cleveland to Columbus.

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