Want to go for a stroll on a trail in your local community? Visit Oakwood Green and check out the 21-acre passive park featuring a one mile trail that people of all abilities can enjoy! At Oakwood Green you can walk, run, bike and use the fit-trail fitness stations.

Oakwood Green

Location: South Euclid
Length: 1 mile
Type & uses: Walk, Bike, Run
Hours of operation: Dawn to Dusk (trail and park are not lighted, but cameras are present throughout)
Level of Traffic Stress rating: 1

Oakwood Green sign

Accessibility, Parking & Operations

Use 3765 East Antisdale Road for GPS directions

Transit: RTA Route 32
Biking/Walking: Can be accessed off East Antisdale Road
Vehicle: Same
Parking: Small (20+ spot) parking lot accessible off of East Antisdale Road
Managed & Maintained by: City of South Euclid

Oakwood Green trail


Oakwood Green is a passive park featuring a meadow-like natural setting. It is a public greenspace with a one mile trail that is open for walking, running, and biking. Dogs are welcome, but should remain on leash. The outdoor trail features fitness stations throughout. A scenic pond is present in the park and you will see a variety of wildlife. Oakwood Green was previously part of the Oakwood Country Club golf course and has been fully restored to its natural setting.

Points of Interest & Amenities

Oakwood Green


Timeline: Opened 2013, officially dedicated in Spring 2014
Partners: First Interstate Properties
Cost: Total Cost: $400,000

As part of the Oakwood Commons retail development, First Interstate paid the full cost for constructing Oakwood Green. They then donated the 21 acre park to the City of South Euclid. First Interstate continues to pay the City $12,000 per year to be used towards maintaining the park.


Contact: Michael Love, City of South Euclid Economic Development Director, mlove@seuclid.com or (216) 691-4205

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