Stanford House to Brandywine Falls Trail is a 4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Northfield, OH that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Beautiful hike! Trails were well marked. We met lots of friendly hikers. Trail very pet friendly. Falls were beautiful with a great viewing deck. We would highly recommend exploring these trails.
Beautiful hike. Falls were bigger than I had imagined. Well worth hiking. When I got to the loop, I went in a clockwise direction
Falls are easily accessible and beautiful, but only the beginning of this trail. Follow the trail around over the top of the falls and along the river ("Brandywine Gorge", I believe it's labeled) for some truly beautiful scenery, and a trail that loops back to the falls. Short enough to not kill you, long enough for a good workout.
Great hike! Stairs and hills are included in this hike. Brandywine falls is a great spot in the CVNP year around.
If you find the trail to get down to the river, do it. It's super steep and not for the novice level hiker but this was by far one of the best scenic spots. It's slippery and wet if you don't wear water shoes (I recommend keens) but this was an amazing place to be!
The falls are beautiful. The remainder of the trail was paved and fairly flat.
I really enjoy this trail. Brandywine Falls makes for a great resting spot. The Stanford path to the falls is pretty flat, except for a small gorge. It adds some elevation, but not too difficult at all. Would highly recommend this path.
Loved the hike. The Brandywine Fall is beautiful .
Simple hike, was impressed for how close the area was to Cleveland!
Nice trail. I've done this a few times . It's easy to pass the Stanford House when you're driving to get there. It's on the right, look for the sign, park behind the barn. Falls are beautiful.
Great hike! Nice views. The intensity is just right.
An easy and enjoyable hike to a beautiful waterfall but a sign identifying the trail would have been nice