The 330 acre Richfield Heritage Preserve was originally a pioneer farm, inventor’s estate (Kirby Vacuum), a girl scout camp (Crowell Hilaka) and converted into a park in 2015 by the City of Richfield. The Summit County Chapter OHC helped restore and build 5 miles of bridle/hiking trails through hardwood forests, open meadows passing two lakes and a stream. There is a large grassy parking area with potable water, restrooms, tie rails, some stalls, a pavillion and outdoor arena. For gate code; call (330) 888-0511 (in advance) For additional trail mileage, this trail system is in close proximity to Hinckley Metro Park system.
Trail rating: easy