- Our list of the best things to do in Chesterland, Ohio, features the top 117 nearby activities — including 59 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Chesterland, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Chesterland, OH , followed by 114 popular activities in nearby cities, including Cleveland, Mentor, Lakewood, Peninsula, Aurora, Kirtland, Geneva, Cleveland Heights, Madison, Stow, Parma, Cuyahoga Falls, Shaker Heights, Kent, Lakewood and Euclid
Patterson Fruit Farms has been a family favorite destination for decades. With a pick-your-own farm, fresh baked goods, hay rides, and more, Patterson's is also known for providing educational tours for school children.
13095 Rockhaven Rd, Chesterland, OH 44026 MoreLess Info
Ranked the #2 public course in the State of Ohio, Fowler's Mill Golf Course, is nestled into the scenic countryside of Chesterland, Ohio. Featuring a spacious club house and restaurant, there are also facilities for you next special event.
Experience the life and science of a farm at Lake Metroparks Farmpark, a family-friendly center devoted to agriculture and country life. Kids can enjoy the hands-on milking demonstrations, the animals, and horse and tractor wagon rides.
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8668 Kirtland-Chardon Rd., Kirtland, OH 44025 MoreLess Info
Situated on 424-acres of woods, wetlands, and fields, the Lake Metroparks Penitentiary Glen Reservation, is waiting to be discovered by you and your family. There are miles of trails for very-level of hiker, a gorge, and nature center.
Recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Kirtland Temple was built in the 1880's by the Latter Day Saints as their 'House of Worship'. Visitors to the temple can take guided tours and learn about and witness the history of this amazing place.
The LDS Church Headquarters was established in Historic Kirtland in the 1880's. Visitors can experience life in those times through the meticulously restored and rebuilt structures, including the sawmill, schoolhouse, farms and more.