Chestnut Ridge Park is a wonderful place to visit. Its crowning glory, I think, is Eternal Flame Falls at the southernmost portion of the park. (You have to drive past the main entrance to Seufert Rd.)
It is a long creekwalk but worth the effort. There is a lovely waterfall at the end of the hike with a natural gas jet behind the water. One can light the flame with a lighter. Chestnut Ridge Park, itself, is worth the visit. It has the usual county park amenities, picnic facilities, restrooms, hiking trails, disc golf, playgrounds, tennis courts, etc. There are several very small waterfalls in the park as well. Another activity one can enjoy there (as well as several other parks in the area) is orienteering. The Buffalo Orienteering Club puts up makers for you to find. You can purchase a map at Hyatt's locations. It's kind of like a treasure hunt in the woods.
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