Cleveland got its nickname “Forest City” for a reason. There’s nothing like taking a walk in the park while the trees and plants show off their fall colors. Northeast Ohio has nature parks, centers and hiking trails that fit any hiker or walker’s level of expertise and curiosity.
Virginia Kendall Ledges
Probably hands down one of the best views to see fall colors. Located in the Akron-area, the Virginia Kendall Ledge span about two miles. The overlook is perched atop the nearly 100-foot tall ledges, making it a perfect view of tree skyline.
How to get there: 701 Truzell Road, Peninsula 44264
Difficulty to reach: Easy
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