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Beaver Marsh, Cuyahoga Falls

Categories: Outdoor Activities
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4.3/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • We frequently come to the Beaver marsh. My kids love looking for fish or the large snapping turtles. I love the nice flat trail that makes it easy for all of us to enjoy a walk! 
  • Park cannot handle capacity of people visiting. This is just a simple bike trail just like Ive seen everywhere else. 
  • It's a beautiful place to walk or bike and enjoy the view! You can see a lot of dragonflies, turtles and birds! 
  • I loved Beaver Marsh the first time I went... I tried to go again but never even got there because 303 was closed! Eventually, after trying these weird ways my GPS gave me, I just gave up. Thank you, ODOT, for ruining what would have been a great time.
  • Peaceful walk. And within a 1-1/2 mile drive is an all u can eat indian restaurant.
  • Lovely view and the aquatic wildlife is always a treat to see!
  • Cool boardwalk over beaver Marsh..
  • The Beaver Marsh is a beautiful beaver made wetland with over 240 birds and other wildlife that come to this spot. It is located on the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. This was originally a junkyard prior to 1984. The Sierra Club cleaned up the junk. Then the beaver got to work and made a wetland within Ohio's only National Park. I have visited this place over 50 times. It's great to just observe or you can bike right on a wooden bridge that goes through it. We also get lots of Blue Heron that come here to eat fish and it's fun to watch them before they migrate south in the fall. I chose this because it's great and it fits right in with Beaver Nation, OSU!
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