Geauga County Cruise

Middlefield, Ohio

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Headwaters Park includes East Branch Reservoir at the headwaters of the east branch of the Cuyahoga River. This ride begins at the park, travels along a few miles of the wooded Maple Highlands Trail, goes on roads through hills and valleys in beautiful countryside on to Thompson Ledges Park, and then returns to the starting point. route on Thompson Road. The green is a pleasant park with a gazebo. Stocker’s on the Park offers down-home food. Just past the square you will come to Thompson Ledges Park. Geauga County is the state’s top maple syrup–producing county, earning it the title of Ohio’s Sweetest County. It’s also home to the second-largest Amish communityin the state; wilkum is the Amish word for “welcome,” and that’s a word you will see often.

Geauga County Cruise Professional Review and Guide

"Headwaters Park includes East Branch Reservoir at the headwaters of the east branch of the Cuyahoga River. This ride begins at the park, travels along a few miles of the wooded Maple Highlands Trail, goes on roads through hills and valleys in beautiful countryside on to Thompson Ledges Park, and then returns to the starting point. route on Thompson Road. The green is a pleasant park with a gazebo. Stocker’s on the Park offers down-home food. Just past the square you will come to Thompson Ledges Park.

Geauga County is the state’s top maple syrup–producing county, earning it the title of Ohio’s Sweetest County. It’s also home to the second-largest Amish communityin the state; wilkum is the Amish word for “welcome,” and that’s a word you will see often."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Middlefield
Distance: 35.6
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Spring, summer, fall
Local Maps: DeLorme: Ohio Atlas & Gazatteer
Driving Directions: Directions to Geauga County Cruise

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May 2018