The programming offers free guided hikes to explore the Park District throughout the fall season.
CLEVELAND — Get ready for some adventure!
Cleveland Metroparks announced that their outdoor education programs will be returning this weekend. Beginning Saturday, October 17, you will be able to take daily hikes guided by park naturalists across the Park District to explore the fall season in the Emerald Necklace.
A number of hikes will be offered for all ages including birding, history, night hikes as well as family-friendly hikes. Visitors will also have the opportunity for “try-it” sessions, where guests can learn a new outdoor recreation skill from specialists.
Approximately 40 programs per week will be made made available to those looking to stay active and explore the parks.
“Parks have provided an important outlet for our community this past year and we hope these guided hikes can help us stay active and connected with