Experience one of the Lakefront Reservation locations for a day on the boat, a swim and Edgewater or Euclid Beach LIVE.
Experience Lake Erie in all its glory. Go fishing, witness the great seasonal bird migrations, have a picnic, try stand up paddle board, or take a bike ride along the lake shore.
This historic location provides amazing views of Cleveland.
This lakeside fishing hot spot includes picnic areas with grills, a fishing wall and access to the Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway.
Amenities include restrooms, picnic areas with grills, 2 volleyball courts, 2 bocce courts and a 1200 foot fishing wall.
Soak up the sun and sand while admiring the city’s skyline. Swim, picnic, walk the dog or kick the ball around.
Paddling access follows along the rock jetty inside the buoys at the far side of the beach. Please stay clear of swim area. Boat drop-off is...
This 200 foot long ADA accessible concrete pier is perfect for fishing. Bait is available at the Pier concessions building.
This site has eight lanes for launching and retrieving watercraft, courtesy dock, restrooms and 100 vehicle/trailer parking spaces.
The eLCee2 Water Taxi shuttles passengers and bicycles across the Cuyahoga River in the summer months. The Water Taxi is free, ADA accessible and...
Amenities include a six lane boat launch which has docks available for launching and retrieving watercraft from the beginning of April through the...
Paddlers access the lake using E. 72 boat launch ramp. To avoid boaters, paddle along the shoreline as close as conditions permit.
Heritage Park is along the banks of the Cuyahoga river adjacent to Canal Basin Park.
The play area features a wide range of nature play opportunities including boulders, water and sand, as well as climbing structures and shaded...
CAUTION: Large freighters and heavy boat traffic at this location.
Perkins Beach is located at the bottom of a 60ft bluff just north of Cliff Drive. It is accessible from the stairs off of the circular Perkins...
Great beach rest area. The long staircase makes put-ins and take-outs difficult.
Located under the Hope Memorial Bridge this river observation deck allows for close-up views of the Cleveland skyline. Watch huge cargo ships...
Running from University Rd. to Carter Rd. this area features public fishing access, a river observation deck and fish habitat breeding areas.
Access to Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail with views of the Cleveland skyline.
The Wendy Park Bridge links the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Lake Link Trail to Wendy Park on Whiskey Island and Lake Erie.
Wendy Park is protected by the breakwall and wind/wave conditions are muted. Motorboat traffic is concentrated here and can be very busy on...
Whiskey Island Trail completes a missing link between Edgewater Park to Wendy Park on Whiskey Island with 1.2 miles of all purpose trail.
Don't miss the fall clambakes at Merwin's Wharf - reservations required.
Learn the basics of skippering a sailboat in the second part of the sailing series.