Cuyahoga Greenways is a blueprint for linking neighborhoods, parks, Lake Erie, the Cuyahoga River, and public transit through a comprehensive countywide network of trails that are safe and welcoming for people of all ages and abilities. Cuyahoga Greenways expands the mobility options available to residents and visitors throughout Cuyahoga County.
What is the Cuyahoga Greenways Network?
The Cuyahoga Greenways Network is a system of existing and future trails and bikeways that aims to expand opportunities for commuting, recreation and exercise. This system was envisioned through a countywide planning process and is presented in the Cuyahoga Greenways Plan.
Where is the Cuyahoga Greenways Network?
Cuyahoga County currently has hundreds of miles of multi-use trails, and Cuyahoga Greenways aims to connect these existing pathways with future routes and trails. Discover both the existing and proposed trails in your neighborhood and find out more about featured routes using the interactive map below.
Explore a Trail
Designed as an all-purpose trail, the Towpath Trail in Cuyahoga County connects Canal Basin Park in The Flats south to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. This 11-mile section of the Towpath Trail is completely paved and offers scenic views of the Cleveland skyline, the Cuyahoga River and the Scranton Flats.
Wendy Park Bridge
The Wendy Park Bridge provides access to Wendy Park on Whiskey Island, connecting the Whiskey Island Trail and the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Lake Link Trail through the West Bank of the Flats and on to the Towpath Trail.
Brighton Park & Trail
Brighton Park is located on a remediated former construction and demolition debris landfill, with nearly one mile of trails including paved all-purpose trails and natural surface trails meandering through restored meadow habitat on the property.