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Mill Creek MetroParks

Mill Creek Park was established in 1891 by Volney Rogers as the first park district in Ohio. Mill Creek Park is the largest area of the MetroParks encompassing over 2,658 acres of the MetroParks’ 4,500+ acres. Recreation opportunities include hiking, biking, boating, fishing, golf, tennis, volleyball, picnicking, cross country skiing, sledding, and much more. Mill Creek Park offers 20 miles of drives and 45 miles of trails.Take a leisurely walk through magnificent Fellows Riverside Gardens (which includes[...]
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Mill Creek MetroParks Bikeway

Mill Creek MetroParks Bikeway is an 11-mile paved trail and offers a variety of scenery and experiences for hikers, skaters, and bicyclists. The Bikeway consists of three trailheads: The Kirk Road Trailhead, located near the midpoint of the Bikeway, provides a 50-car parking lot, restrooms, water fountains and a picnic pavilion available for rent; the Mahoning Avenue trailhead, and the MetroParks Farm Trailhead. The Bikeway stretches from the northern Mahoning County line south to Western Reserve Road. Even[...]
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Fellows Riverside Gardens

Fellows Riverside Gardens is a free public garden located at the northern end of Mill Creek MetroParks. This twelve-acre display garden features a landscape of remarkable beauty with diverse and colorful plant displays, roses of all classes, seasonal displays of annuals, perennials, and flowering bulbs, and scenic vistas. Fellows Riverside Gardens is one of Ohio’s finest public gardens and attracts over 400,000 visitors a year. The Davis Visitors Center includes a cafe, gift shop, art gallery, horticultur[...]
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Lanterman’s Mill & Covered Bridge

One of Mahoning County’s most historic and most photographed landmarks, Lanterman’s Mill & Covered Bridge was built in 1845-46 by German Lanterman and Samuel Kimberly. Restored in 1982-85, this community treasure represents one of the many pioneer industries developed along Mill Creek and operates today as it did in the 1800s, grinding corn and wheat. Part of Mill Creek MetroParks, enjoy the scenic overlook and Lanterman’s Falls, the covered bridge, and hiking trails.