Chagrin Valley Cabin
Chagrin Valley Cabin is a single room cabin with indoor and outdoor fireplaces as well as a furnace. It features a kitchen area with running water, and (at the time of this writing) has the finest outhouse on the property. A slab porch outside the back door is protected by an overhanging roof.
Chagrin Valley Cabin was constructed with funds donated by the Chagrin Valley District of the Lake Erie Girl Scout Council (southeast Cuyahoga county see map below) It was finished in 1964 and the cabin first used on the weekend of February 5th, 1965. The first campers were two National Roundup patrols from C.V. district.
From October 2009 - December 2011, Chagrin Valley was assigned to volunteer camp monitors.
At the present time (2018) the cabin is being prepped for use as a field station for Baldwin Wallace University under the direction of Dr. Chris Stanton.