Chagrin River Park
Most of the park's natural areas are made up of dense shrubs with pockets of mature forest bordering wetland areas. Look for great blue herons, kingfishers, bank swallows and sandpipers near the river. Two wetland areas support frogs, salamanders and a variety of songbirds. The seasonal wetland near the picnic shelter serves as a haven for great blue heron and ducks, such as mallards and blue-winged teal. Park land on the east and west bank of the Chagrin River are linked by a pedestrian bridge. Access is provided to more than 2.83 miles of trails. Anglers will enjoy fishing along the banks of the Chagrin River. An Ohio fishing license is required to fish in the Chagrin River.
Anglers will enjoy fishing along the banks of the Chagrin River. An Ohio fishing license is required to fish in the Chagrin River.
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