Brandywine Falls

Height: 65 feet
Trail Type: Wood
Hike Distance: A few dozen yards
Difficulty: 2
Beauty: 7

Overview:

Brandywine Falls was once the site of Brandywine Village, a bustling community in the Cuyahoga Valley. When the railroads and roadways came along, the village eventually disappeared. However, some of the old relics remain. The actual falls tumble into a mini gorge and provide a nice little getaway from the roaring interstate just a few dozen yards away.

Directions:

The falls are located inside Cuyahoga Valley National Park between Akron and Cleveland. There are several ways to get there. Just use your GPS.

Hike Description:

The trail starts at the right side of the parking lot. The boardwalk following the creek upstream along the gorge all the way to the falls.