Fall Color Tours in the CLE!

What better thing to do in autumn than go for a drive or walk and enjoy the color of nature! There are many options for color tours throughout Lake, Cuyahoga and Geauga counties. The peak time to check out color is October and November. Here are a few places to check out:

Cuyahoga Valley National Park–https://www.nps.gov/cuva/index.htm

Places at this site include Towpath Trail, Tinkers Creek Gorge and the unforgettable view of Brandywine Falls. There is also a museum and exhibits at Boston and Peninsula. In addition, hike the scenic trails south of the Happy Days Lodge.

Chapin Forest Reservation–http://www.lakemetroparks.com/parks-trails/chapin-forest-reservation

Explore six miles of trails surrounded by mature beech, maple, oak, tulip and hemlock trees full of fall color along the Lucky Stone Loop Trail, Sharon Conglomerate ledges, and the Buckeye Trail!

Pete’s Pond Preserve–http://www.lakemetroparks.com/parks-trails/pete-s-pond-preserve

Explore the beautiful autumn foliage in this cooperative endeavor between Wickliffe City Schools and Lake Metroparks!

Accesible only through Paine Road,

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