Englewood MetroPark Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Englewood MetroPark gets a lot of visitors, but then it’s got a lot to offer. It’s divided into four sections: North, South, East, and West Parks. East Park is the biggest of the four and holds a couple of unique natural features. There are two waterfalls, Patty Falls and Martindale Falls, both accessible by walking less than a mile over mostly level terrain. There’s also a remnant swamp forest, remarkable because of its black ash, swamp white oak, and pumpkin ash trees. Pumpkin ash in particular are otherwise very rare in Ohio. An elevated boardwalk extends into the forest so that visitors can see this stand. This is also the part of the park that has the greatest number and variety of hiking trails."