CLEVELAND– There’s so much to do in Cleveland during the summer and so little time.
Here are a few of our suggestions to get the most out of the warm weather:
The more than 30 gardens along Martin Luther King Boulevard in Rockefeller Park represent different cultural and nationality groups as a sign of peace and understanding.
It’s a treasure-hunter’s dream that gives a boost to area small businesses. July 14, Aug. 11 and Sept. 8.
Your Cleveland Indians sit at the top of the American League Central. The regular season runs through September with tons of $1 dog nights and fireworks.
Go to a drive-in movie
Did you know there are several drive-in movie theaters in Northeast Ohio? Auto-O-Rama Twin Drive-In in North Ridgeville, Magic City in Barberton, Mayfield Road Drive-In in Chardon and Midway Twin Drive-In in Ravenna.
Free concert series at the Edgewater Beach House with food trucks and happy hour on Thursdays through Aug. 2.
The Holden Arboretum features more than 20 miles of trails and the Murch Canopy Walk, which is 65 feet above the forest floor.
Enjoy an ice cream cone
Northeast Ohio is home to tons of ice cream shops from childhood favorites like Honey Hut and Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt, to modern flavors like Mitchell’s Homemade Ice Cream and Mason’s Creamery.
Stand up paddleboard on Lake Erie
A Cleveland staple since 1952 with 10 rides, an arcade and a miniature golf course.
The tallest waterfall in Cuyahoga County is tucked away in Garfield Park Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks. It’s a 1.5-mile hike from the parking lot.
Kayak on the Rocky River
Visit the folks at 41° North Coastal Kayak Adventures for lessons, rentals, trips and tours.
The perfect way to break up your work day with a food truck lunch in Perk Park.