Schoepfle Garden was the ancestral home of the Schoepfle family. The 77-acre botanical garden and natural woodland is bordered by the Vermilion River.
The garden features collections of rhododendrons, roses, lilies, hostas, various shade plants, along with many varieties of shrubs, topiary and trees. The garden is laid out in sections, including a formal garden, a shade garden, and a music-themed children's garden. There is a
2-Mile Loop Trail.
There is a visitor center, and guided tours are available throughout the year. Enjoy the natural beauty of the garden by participating in a guided tour or wandering at you own pace. The garden is part of the Lorain County Metro Parks.