Frohring Meadows

About this Location

Frohring Meadows is a 298-acre park in Bainbridge Township that features a 100-acre prairie and trails through the woodlands.

In 1996, Paul Frohring, a pioneer in the development of nutritional and medical supplements, donated the land that surrounded his Bainbridge farmhouse to Geauga Park District. Much of the property was once farmland; soybeans, oats, corn, and wheat were harvested here. In 1999, Geauga Park District entered into a 50-year lease with Chagrin Falls for 122 acres adjacent to the Frohring property.

Notable Trails

Frohring Meadows Trails
Frohring Meadows has 3.5 miles of hiking trails.
Big Bluestem Trail – 2.8 miles
Dragonfly Trail – .7 mile

See a description and map of a hike on the Big Bluestem Trail on the AllTrails website.

If a longer hike is desired, there is a connector trail to the South Russell Village Park.


  • Restrooms on site

  • Wheelchair accessible trail

  • Entrance fee

  • Roadside viewing

Content from Frohring Meadows webpage