The Village is fortunate to have an abundant amount of green space to work, play and live near. Our parks provide a place to visit, play, picnic, scenic views and quiet walks in the woods. Three waterfalls along the Chagrin River provide inspiration to experience all that Chagrin Falls has to offer.
Village parks are free to all to visit and enjoy. Park events and weddings are permitted, although some organized events require an application and special approval. Visit the park event request page for more information.
Learn more about each village park facility.
Located in downtown Chagrin Falls, adjacent to the Chagrin River, Bell Street Park includes a walking path along the river, viewing benches, picnic table and an antique fountain.
Located in the heart of downtown, Triangle Park includes a historic bandstand/gazebo, brick paved pathways and planted gardens serving as a our Village Square.
Located in downtown Chagrin Falls, adjacent to the Chagrin River, Riverside Park includes a brick walking path along the river, playground, picnic shelter, ample green space and opportunities to feed the ducks. Each year, this park is the site of local festivals, including the Blossom Time Carnival and Art by the Falls.
Located downtown on the west side of the Main Street bridge, the Falls Viewing Area provides a spectacular view of the lower falls up close and personal. Accessible by multiple staircases, descend to the small seating area and stay awhile. Staircases are closed in inclement weather.
Ben King Arboretum and River Walk Trail
Located on Vincent Street (adjacent to Bell Street), the Arboretum is a segment of land with trees and a wildflower garden. Chagrin Falls has been a "Tree City" for over 30 years now, largely due to Ben King's commitment and leadership as such the Arboretum is dedicated to him.
The arboretum trail is a nature walk between the Arboretum and the Cleveland Street bridge. This nature trail provides the ability to walk a 1 mile loop from downtown and back extending the Chagrin Falls experience beyond downtown.
Located on Solon Road, this large park space has a baseball diamond, bocce court, pickle ball court, swings, playground equipment, dog park and a walking path. The locked equipment box containing bocce balls and other small recreation items can be found by the bocce court. All equipment is donated and offered on the honor system, call Village Hall for access to the equipment. Ample parking is available.
Located on the north east side of town at the end of High Street, this park was established in 1996 on former Chase Bag Company land. Whitesburg Park is a few acres of nature preserve that features access to fast and slow flowing segments of the Chagrin river, wildlife, a swamp, a bog, a forest, a field, and a catch and release fishing pond. A wonderful sampling of Northeast Ohio natural areas. Whitesburg is a great place to walk a dog, fish, relax, and take photos.
Franklin Park is located on the northeast side of town at the intersection of North Street and High Street. The park is an open green space with two benches available to the public.
Located on the far east side of town on E. Washington Street. This park offers sport fields such as baseball diamond and lacrosse field.