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Top 5 Things to do in Hunting Valley

Michelle McQuade | November 7, 2016

hunting-valleyAn affluent community steep in history and unspoiled beauty, Hunting Valley is prime ground for a variety of activities that will nourish both body and soul. Whether it’s a simple excursion exploring one of the village’s hiking paths or a fine and exciting game of polo, Hunting Valley truly has something for everyone.

1. Explore the Chagrin River Valley on a bike.

Depending on your speed, this can either be a relaxing bike ride through the woods or an adrenaline-pumping adventure. Hunting Valley is located in close proximity to the Chagrin River Valley, and one of the best ways to explore the area is to take the cycling route known to locals as “Tour de Chagrin River Valley.” 

The whole route can run up to 60 kilometers from Chagrin Falls to Willoughby and back, but you can easily start in a jump-off point that’s located in closest to you. Rest assured, you’ll be treated to the beautiful and memorable sceneries of the Chagrin River Valley.  Make an outing of it and invite friends and family with a heart for exploration

2. Summer is for horse and dog shows.
Hunting Valley is surrounded by a couple of polo fields where various activities are held. Summer in particular is a busy season for these fields as most of the horse and dog shows are held during this time of the year. If you’ve got a prized horse you’d like to show off or a talented and smart pet pooch, why not join one of the contests? 

These horse and dog shows are also great spectator events. That’s why these events are always a great family-friendly festivity to attend.

3. Play polo!

Of course, who could forget polo? This team sport is much-loved in the community. Organize your friends and form two teams to score goals against each other. Aside from being an exciting and highly competitive game, polo is a great avenue to spend quality time with your friends and family. You can also use this opportunity to improve your skill if you’re an aspiring professional polo player.

4. Play a tee time at The Country Club.
Are you in the mood to play some golf? Lucky you—The Country Club is located just outside Hunting Valley, in the neighboring community of Pepper Pike. This family-friendly golf club comes with a wide array of first-class amenities and services perfect for golf, other sports, and even social functions.

 Aside from being an outstanding golf facility, The Country Club also played an important role in the development of golf and the country club culture in America. Just what you’d expect, given this institution was founded in 1889!

Get in touch with nature at the Squire Valleevue and Valley Ridge Farms .

In Hunting Valley, you’ll never get enough of nature. One way to get in touch with the natural world is to visit the Squire Valleevue and Valley Ridge Farms, owned by the Case Western Reserve University. A sprawling 400-acre property, the grounds include a natural watershed, waterfalls, ravines, forests, and more. The property’s outdoor areas and trails are open to visitors daily.

Explore the myriad real estate opportunities in Hunting Valley today. For more information about the village, check out our community guide.

41 North Main St. Chagrin Falls, OH 44022