White-tailed deer need salt but don't get it from the plants they eat, so they lick the salt from the sandstone, giving Deer Lick Cave its name. Deer Lick Cave is not.
Nearing 4 miles, this loop hike leads visitors through some of the most beautiful, rolling terrain in the park. While many trails see high visitor traffic, this trail offers.
Located in the Brecksville Reservation, The Deer Lick Cave Trail is a incredibly scenic loop trail that passes by Deer Lick Cave and Deer Lick Cave Falls.
Deer Lick Cave Trail is a mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Brecksville, Ohio that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate.