1. Boathouse and lagoon. Includes
restroom open periodically. Originally intended for storage and rental
of boats and comfort facilities.
2. Rustic stone masonry bridge and spillway with cascade
that drains into the lagoon.
3. Meadow vista, a smaller version of the Great Meadow.
Retains much of its original character, but picnic sites, trails and meadows
need restoration and trees need maintenance and replacement.
4. Graceful pedestrian bridge designed by East Cleveland
Engineer Wilbur Watson and Frank Walker, architect.
5. Site of Rockefeller home with view to Lake Erie. Built
in late 1870's as a sanitarium, converted in 1881 to Rockefeller summer
6. Great Meadow and ravines containing old growth forests.
View originally extended from the site of house to Lee Boulevard.
7. Site of Rockefeller barns and stables. A portion of
brick wall and brick paving remains.
8. Beautiful stone bridge built in late 1800's using stone
quarried on the property. Enabled horse drawn carriages to cross a ravine
to reach the Rockefeller house and stables.
9. Dugway Valley, site of a restored picnic shelter and
restroom needing restoration. Dugway brook flows underground through the
10. Heights Rockefeller Building containing apartments,
offices and retail space. Built c. 1930 to complement and serve Forest
Hill sub-division. Andrew Jackson Thomas, architect.
11. Forest Hill Historic District comprised of 81 "Rockefeller
homes on the Nation Register of Historic Places", several other unusual
homes with steel supports and many other attractive homes with slate,
tile, or cedar shake roofs.