Rocky Rive Nature Center


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Rocky Rive Nature Center

The Rocky River Nature Center is the culmination of the development of Arthur B. Williams interpretive talks which originated in the 1930s. These talks led to the development of three trail-side museums during the same decade, located in different reservations of the Cleveland Metroparks. Eventually, these museums could not meet their demand due to increased population in the area, and attendance in the Metroparks. This led to the construction of the Rocky River Nature Center in 1971.

Image Courtesy of Cleveland State University. Michael Schwartz Library. Special Collections.


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