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Zoos
Cleveland Metropark Zoo
Located in the Old Brooklyn and Brooklyn Centre neighborhoods, The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is one of the oldest in the nation. Come see some of the most diverse and unique animals and plants in the world.
Akron Zoo
See what kinds of things there are to see at the Akron Zoo, including the aquariums and animals. Also, check out what kinds of educational programs are being offered.
Parks & Recreation
Buckeye Trail
Covering every corner of the state of Ohio, the Buckeye Trail is over 1300 miles in length.
Cleveland Lakefront Headlands Beach State Parks
Cleveland Lakefront State Park is composed of 14 miles of the lakefront of Northeast Ohio, beginning at Edgewater Park west of downtown Cleveland and continuing to Villa Angela/Wildwood Park outside of Euclid.
Cleveland Metroparks
Enjoy nature and the great outdoors by taking a walk, bike ride, hike, or drive in the Metroparks.
Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area
Cuyahoga Valley National Park protects 33,000 acres along the banks of the Cuyahoga River. Explore the rich culture and history of the park, or hike, bike, birdwatch, picnic, golf, fish, ski.
Lake Metroparks
Visit one of the parks of Lake County, and sail, golf, ride, run, hike, or learn.
Ohio Canal Corridor
Formerly full of abused landfills, the historic Ohio Canal has been transformed into a green corridor with multipurpose trails, open spaces, and a national historic and scenic byway. The trail begins in the Slavic Village neighborhood.
Ohio State Parks
Find a park in Ohio by location or by activity through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources website.
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad
The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad in Northeastern Ohio runs through the heart of Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Each trip is a different adventure filled with fun, excitement, natural beauty and historic sights.
Hale Farm & Village
The Hale Farm and Village is a unique place just south of Cleveland, where visitors can see what life for like for the earliest settlers of Northeast Ohio.
Gardens
Cleveland Botanical Gardens
Visit one of the newest educational landmarks in Cleveland, the Glasshouse at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens.
Holden Arboretum
The Holden Arboretum connects people with nature for inspiration and enjoyment, fosters learning and promotes conservation.
Lake Erie Circle Tour
The Lake Erie Circle Tour is composed of the two hundred miles of Ohio along Lake Erie.
Lake View Cemetery
Visit the Lake View Cemetery to check out beautiful horticulture, historic burial sites of famous Northeast Ohioans, art and architecture, and much more.
National Park Service
Visit the National Park Service website and access information about national parks, nature and science, and more.
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens
Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens is an AAM-accredited museum and a National Historic Landmark in Akron, Ohio. The estate features guided tours of a 65-room Tudor Revival mansion filled with treasures from around the globe and seated on more than 70 acres of artful garden landscape.

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