Dike 14 Nature Preserve

Cleveland
OH

Dike 14 Nature Preserve

Waterfront/Riverside ParkPublic Forest/Natural AreaBrownfield SiteBird and Wildlife Watching

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Since dredge deposits ceased in 1977, Dike 14’s 88 acres began its own self-regeneration and has been evolving with little human intervention.

The plan includes preserving and adding wildflower meadows, lowland woodlands, upland woodlands, a group of conifer trees, and a wetland. And new features include a multi-purpose trail, 20-foot high raptor viewing ramp connected to a 30-foot high raptor tower and a grove encircled with an earthen observation mound at the tip of the dike.

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