Here’s The Ultimate Bucket List For Clevelanders Who Are Obsessed With Nature

For more than a century, Cleveland has been known as Forest City. While this nickname is known to originate from Alexis de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America, its attachment to Cleveland is something of a mystery. We know that it’s the city’s oldest nickname, however, with the nickname being in regular use by 1860. Today, the verdant tree-lined streets of Greater Cleveland keep it feeling relevant. In fact, all of Northeast Ohio boasts a significant amount of forest. This area is a nature lover’s playground, and there are enough local places of interest to embark on a Greater Cleveland nature bucket list. Are you ready to immerse yourself in natural splendor? The following are some of Cleveland’s most unique natural attractions:

This Greater Cleveland nature bucket list is sure to immerse you in natural wonder. Which of these spots in nature is your favorite? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!

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Address: A B Williams Memorial Woods, Mayfield, OH 44143, USA
Address: Mill Creek Falls, Mill Creek Trail, Cleveland, OH 44105, USA
Address: Princess Ledges Nature Preserve, 4361 Spruce Ave, Brunswick, OH 44212, USA
Address: Castalia State Fish Hatchery, 7018 Homegardner Rd, Castalia, OH 44824, USA
Address: Rocky River Reservation, Valley Pkwy, North Olmsted, OH 44070, USA
Address: Brandywine Falls, Sagamore Hills Township, OH 44067, USA
Address: Oenslager Nature Center, 6100 Ridge Rd, Wadsworth, OH 44281, USA
Address: The Holden Arboretum, 9550 Sperry Rd, Kirtland, OH 44094, USA
Address: Chapin Forest Reservation, 9938 Chillicothe Rd. (Rt, 306, Kirtland, OH 44094, USA