Rarks & recreation

graphicBoth Stow and Munroe Falls are blessed with an abundance of beautiful parks for their residents to enjoy throughout the year. Bike and hike trails wind throughout both communities and join the Metro Parks Summit County system of trails that will eventually continue throughout the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. graphic

Parks in Stow and Munroe Falls include bike and hike trails and facilities for picnicking, fishing, swimming, tennis, softball, basketball, winter sports and camping. Private recreational and cultural facilities are available including a number of excellent golf courses within the cities and many more in nearby communities. graphic

SKiP Playground, a wonderful children’s play area in the center of Stow, is a dream come true. In the fall of 1991, the people of Stow and the surrounding communities worked together to build this dream. Nearly 1,500 volunteers built the 11,000 square foot multi-level, wooden playground in just five days. It is filled with happy children (and parents!) all year long.

The Cuyahoga River is a vital part of the heritage of Munroe Falls, and the city constantly strives to protect and preserve it so that future generations can enjoy its beauty and the recreational opportunities it offers residents.graphic






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