Outside of the beauty found at the bridge arches and the Frazee House, there is a special feature to the area: eagles. The Pinery Narrows have served as home to nesting bald eagles nearly every year since 2006, when a pair nested for the first time in seven decades in Cuyahoga County. Since that time, nine eaglets have hatched and fledged in this section of CVNP. Heads up: Trail restrictions may be in effect when eaglets are nesting. Additionally, the great blue herons have a nesting site there, making this a great birding destination. Even if you’re not a birder, this section of trail will provide intrigue because of the nature of the valley here. Brecksville Diversion Dam on the river just north of Station Road Bridge is worth a look, given that it diverts water into the canal from the main river and is actively maintained. As a moderately flat trail comprised of crushed limestone, this is a good trail surface for some rolling non-bike traffic, such as strollers and wheelchairs.