The Cuyahoga River at river mile 57.9 is the first public access point south of Lake Rockwell Reservoir, the Tony Sainato Memorial Canoe Launch. Lake Rockwell is the drinking water supply for the City of Akron, and is completely restricted from public access. The river at this point is slow flowing, but becomes much more challenging as it moves through Kent.
A watershed is an area of land on which water, as rain or snow, accumulates and drains to a common point. Everything that happens in a watershed has an effect on the quality of the water.Learn More
Due to its constant flow and gentle current, the Upper Cuyahoga River is a very popular stream for fishing and paddling.Learn More
The USGS works with partners to monitor, assess, conduct targeted research, and deliver information on a wide range of water resources and conditions including streamflow, groundwater, water quality, and wateruse and availability.Learn More
Portage Park District conserves important natural areas and creates parks and trails for public use and enjoyment.Learn More
The mission of Geauga Park District is to preserve, conserve and protect the natural features of Geauga County and to provide outdoor recreational experiences to our residents of every age, every ability and at all times of the year.Learn More