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The City of Brecksville Community Center is a state-of-the-art recreational facility. There are regulation size basketball courts, baseball fields and Olympic size indoor and outdoor swimming pools for the entire family to enjoy. It also offers a variety of fitness programs, including Pilates, Jazzercise, circuit training and other equipment. There are also indoor soccer tournaments, personal trainers and more.
Sleepy Hollow Golf Course
Ohio's Most Beautiful
2013 Golfweek Magazine's #1 Municipal Course in Ohio and #15 in the nation!
With its spectacular views of Cuyahoga River Valley and classic layout, Sleepy Hollow Golf Course ranks as one of the great golf challenges in Cleveland. The punitive nature of the course is clearly evident by the deep ravines and 58 bunkers that can come into play on its 18 holes. The greens are clearly the main challenge on many holes. "Stay below the hole" is the best advice on these greens that can be very steep.
Boston Mills and Brandywine Ski Resorts
Between both resorts there are 18 trails of various skill levels, a tubing park, four terrain parks, and two beginner areas. Also, the resort contains four surface lifts, a magic carpet conveyor lift, two double chair lifts, seven triple chair lifts, and two quad lifts.
The tubing park is named Polar Blast and features twenty lanes that stretch over three football field lengths it also has a conveyor lift so that there is no need to walk up the hill!
Metroparks Brecksville Reservation
Brecksville reservation has an excellent and extensive system of trails, including a section of the "Buckeye Trail." Squire Rich Home & Museum, managed by the Brecksville Historical Society, and Sleepy Hollow Golf Course, both on Brecksville Road, are also a part of the reservation.
Brecksville Reservation, largest of the Cleveland Metroparks, is deeply carved into seven separate valleys and has many different trails throughout its beautiful forested land.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Cuyahoga Valley National Park was originally established in 1974 as a U.S. Area. In 2000 it was re-designated a U.S. National Park by Congress. It sees more than three million visitors a year, making it the fifth most visited according to the U.S. National Park. The diverse landscape, including sandstone ledges, 70 waterfalls (most notably Brandywine Falls), rolling hills and river gorges, can be viewed from 186 miles of trails