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Top 10 Parks In Cleveland

WRITTEN BY Carter

1.Wendy Park

Lakefront tree-lined park offering fishing & boating opportunities, plus volleyball courts. Wendy Park only covers 25 acres, and much of it is mowed grass lawn. The park’s access road is reached via the Edgewater Park freeway ramp off Cleveland Memorial Shoreway (US-6, US-20, and OH-2). Traveling the length of Ed Hauser Way provides a glimpse of Cleveland’s industrial heritage as it parallels networks of railroad tracks and passes piles of iron pellets and salt, a marina, and a water treatment plant.

 

2. Lakewood Park

Lakewood Park is a top-rated destination, and it’s easy to see why. The 31-acre lakefront park has something for all ages, including a huge playground with unique equipment, a brick walkway with peaceful views of Lake Erie, as well as a beautiful skyline of Downtown Cleveland, a skate park, a swimming pool, and plenty of green space. The park also hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Children will love the playground at Lakewood Park. It’s also great for multiple ages as there are items for toddlers through teens.

 

3.Wade Park

Wade Park is a park in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. Wade Park today largely serves as the campus for the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Botanical Garden, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and Wade Lagoon, which faces the Museum of Art from the south end park. Wade Park’s historical district and serves as a backdrop for most of its registered buildings. The park also contains the Wade Park Fine Arts Garden, where several sculptures from the CMA’s holdings are showcased. The bulk of this collection is located between the original 1916 main entrance to the building and the lagoon. The collection includes a large cast of Auguste Rodin’s The Thinker, which sits atop the museum’s main staircase.

 

4. Rockefeller Park

The bustling area features spacious lawns, gardens, public artwork, a playground & a seasonal Parkhouse. Rockefeller Park is a city park named in honor of oil magnate John D. Rockefeller Sr., located in Cleveland, Ohio. Part of the Cleveland Public Parks District, Rockefeller Park is immediately adjacent to Wade Park to the southeast and across Euclid Ave on its northwest border. Rockefeller Park is a link in a parkland chain that connects the region of the eastern suburbs’ height to the city’s lakefront. The park was dramatically expanded during the 1930s with labor provided by the Works Progress Administration.

 

5. Voinovich Bicentennial Park

The 4.5-acre Voinovich Bicentennial Park is at the north end of the East Ninth Street Pier, along the west side. Voinovich Park’s center is a large, artistically-terraced green space surrounded by impervious surface areas. The park’s southwest corner has a concrete stage. Fishing is permitted in designated areas. Voinovich Bicentennial Park hosts various festivals and events during the summer months, some of which require admission fees. This location also affords picturesque views of the downtown Cleveland skyline. The park is also home to 1 of 6 Cleveland Script Signs installed by Destination Cleveland.

 

6. Heritage Park

Heritage Park, along the Cuyahoga River banks, is home to the historic Lorenzo Carter Cabin. There is limited parking on Riverbed Street and Elm Avenue. Initiated by the women’s city club, the 4-year project culminated in the opening of Heritage Park. On the west bank of the river, Heritage Park II, with gazebo and boardwalks.

 

7. Ambler Park

Ambler Park is a park in Cuyahoga County and has an elevation of 230 meters. Ambler Park is situated in Ambler Heights, close to Cleveland ClinicFairhill Facility. Ambler Park is a cultural feature (park) in Cuyahoga County. The primary coordinates for Ambler Park place it within the OH 44104 ZIP Code delivery area.

 

8. Gordon Park

Gordon Park is a public park located in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States. A part of the Cleveland Public Parks District, the park opened in 1893 and is situated on 122 acres of land adjacent to Lake Erie on the city’s East Side. It is named in honor of philanthropist and industrialist William J. Gordon, who originally owned and developed the land as part of his estate. The Lakefront State Park headquarters are located in Gordon Park.

 

9. Willard Park

Willard Park is a public park in downtown Cleveland, in the U.S. state of Ohio. The park sits at the northwest corner of East 9th Street and Lakeside Avenue, adjacent to Cleveland City Hall, and is within the Cleveland Mallhistoric district’s boundaries. It is the public sculpture Free Stamp location and is the home of the original Cleveland Fire Fighters Memorial.

 

10. Loew Park

Loew Park in Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn neighborhood thanks a multi-million dollar project from the city. The city plans to add a regulation-sized soccer field, complete with grandstands that can hold as many as 750 people, plus a press box. The Loew Park project is expected to be completed sometime next year.

Posted on March 25, 2021

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