Changing Leaves: Northeast Ohio Spots to Get the Best Views

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As fall changes take place, and our world takes on a whole new glow, you may be wondering where you can see these changes in real-time. Sure, the leaves in your front yard are pretty and all, but being able to walk amongst the trees and see all of the different fall colors all at once is something totally different. It’s a beautiful thing! So, here are the best places for you to do just that.

  1. Swine Creek Park Reservation

The Swine Creek Park Reservation in Middlefield is easily one of the most beautiful spots to watch the leaves change. Since Swine Creek Park Reservation is all about preserving the trees, there is an endless amount of leaves for you to enjoy. So, whether you’re just driving through, or walking on one of their dozen trails, you’ll get exactly what you’re looking for. You can find more information on their website.

  1. Punderson State Park

Punderson is primarily famous for their lodge and resort. Their state park, however, is open to everyone – regardless of whether or not you’re staying at the lodge. With acres of trees to enjoy and trails to walk on, as well as many different activities to enjoy, it’s guaranteed to be a fun time for you and your family. There’s even an option of staying right in the state park if you want a weekend getaway amongst the fall leaves. You can find more info on their website.

  1. Lake Metroparks

Located in Lake County, Lake Metroparks has a wide range of parks for you and your family to pick and choose from. Along with great views of the leaves in almost any given park, most of the parks also offer a fair amount of fall-themed activities for people of all ages as well. So, whatever you and your family want to do while seeing the leaves, odds are that Lake Metroparks will have what you’re looking for. More information can be found on the Lake Metroparks website.

  1. Portage Park District

The Portage County Park District has a fair selection of park, and all of them are amazing spots to see leaves of every color. Not only that, but almost all of the parks offer a wide range of activities; hiking, biking, fishing, cross country, horse trails, picnic areas. There are even spots for your family to stop and take in the beautiful views. More information can be found on their website here.

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