West Creek Conservancy hosts an exciting array of hikes, meetings, and other events throughout the year. We invite you to hear guest speakers, explore new areas of northeast Ohio, and enjoy evenings of food and music for a good cause. Browse our calendar below for more information.
Click here to view a PDF of our 2018 event calendar.
Public Meeting – Towpath Trail: The Home Stretch 7:00 pm
Public Meeting – Towpath Trail: The Home Stretch @ Parma-Snow Library
May 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The 100-mile Towpath Trail is nearing completion. Join us as Fran DiDonato, Assistant Director of Canalway Partners, gives us an overview and the latest news. Meetings are held 7:00 - 9:00 pm at Parma-Snow Library, 2121 Snow Rd. and includes updates on our projects and a guest speaker.
Hiking the Future West Creek Greenway – Part 2 9:00 am
Hiking the Future West Creek Greenway – Part 2 @ Independence Library
May 19 @ 9:00 am
PART 2: TOWPATH TO ELMWOOD PARK - PLUS A PIT Explore parts of the proposed Greenway with leader Jeff Lennartz. Walks are 4.5 to 5.5 miles, and a bit more challenging than our other hikes. Expect some uneven terrain, hills, off-trail. Allow 2.5 - 3 hours. Enjoy the scenic, history-packed Hemlock Creek part of the Greenway in Independence. Includes a Continue Reading
Yoga in the Park 10:00 am
Garfield Park Reservation Hike 5:30 pm
Garfield Park Reservation Hike @ Garfield Park Reservation
May 24 @ 5:30 pm
Join leader Jakob Hamlescher and visit the natural areas around the Mill Creek Watershed. Come out for a scenic 3-mile morning trail walk featuring Mill Creek Falls. Meet at Garfield Reservation’s Trolley Turn Picnic Area. Walks are free but registration is required by May 23rd. To register email Jakob@westcreek.org, call 216-749-3720 x11 or RSVP on meetup.com.
2018 Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference
2018 Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference @ Lago East Bank
May 31 all-day
The biennial Greater Cleveland Trails & Greenways Conference focuses on trail and greenway development in Northeast Ohio. It provides an opportunity for professionals, trail advocates, community leaders, tourism professionals & business leaders to understand and recognize how trails & greenways benefit the economy, environment, and health of thriving communities. During the conference, we’ll explore emerging trends in trails and build Continue Reading