In Cleveland, we’ve got world-class experiences without the world-class ego. And for that, you’re welcome.
Here in Cleveland, we’ve got beef cheek in our pierogi, truffles on our hot dogs and beer in our donuts. Balance.
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The diversity of its environments is one of the many reasons I love to live in Northeast Ohio. A person could get from Cuyahoga National Park to downtown’s Public Square to Edgewater Beach in less than an hour. Whether you are an avid biker, golfer, paddleboarder or live music lover, it’s pretty easy to find something that sparks your interest during a Cleveland summer. There are more than 300 different golf courses in Northeast Ohio and the Ohio and Erie Canalway Towpath Trail hosts some of the most scenic spots in the region. In addition, it’s been great to see multiple companies spring up recently that support water activities – as I believe Lake Erie is one of our most important assets.
The easiest way to get through the Cleveland winters is remembering how beautiful it is when the sun comes out. These are five of my favorite places to be during a Cleveland summer:
As an eastsider, it’s unnatural to give the west side such high praise. That being said, I must give Rocky River its due credit. They utilize the waterfront spectacularly and Wagar Beach is a great example of this. The small getaway is public and easily accessed at the northern end of a beautiful brick side street.
Horseshoe Lake has provided me with so much over the years. The place I would go off-road biking and tree climbing as a kid has turned into a prime time spot for running, dog walking, and taking photographs of my beautiful hometown Cleveland Heights.
There’s no place I’d rather be on a warm summer night than on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario. I love any classic outdoor ballpark in an urban setting – but The Jake is home to me.
University Circle is the most beautiful area in Cleveland. The density of its art institutions and museums gives the atmosphere a unique feel (you almost feel smarter just breathing the air). Relaxing on a bench by Wade Lagoon is my favorite way to soak it all in.
The concert venue in the Flats combines an outdoor, on-the-water atmosphere with great acoustics – not easy to do. Jacob’s Pavilion is one of my favorite places to see a summer show.
Nolan is a twenty something senior at John Carroll University and a life long Clevelander. He's currently interning at Destination Cleveland in the PR department.
An open-air ampitheater on the west bank of The Flats in Cleveland. The venue offers concert seating holding up to 4,800 patrons.
Progressive Field is an urban ballpark in the truest sense, both architecturally and aesthetically. Built within the physical boundaries of three main...