Located in Cuyahoa County, Ohio, North Olmsted is a west side suburb of Cleveland. Top sights in town include the delightful Rocky River Reservation, home to the Frostville Museum, and the Rocky River Nature Center.
The Rocky River Reservation has many miles of beautiful trails for hiking and biking, and the river is known for good trout fishing. You can also rent kayaks and paddle boards or visit the stables and organize a horseback ride. The Rocky River Nature Center offers educational tours, a bird feeding station, and wildlife exhibits. Pop into the Frostville Museum for living history of 19th-century Ohio. It is composed of six historic buildings, including an old village church, cabins, and barns. There are are usually community events going on year round.
Ohio, including North Olmstead, is famous for its fall colors and the weather can still be very pleasant in October.