The Newest View of the Cuyahoga River

The newest view of the Cuyahoga River in Downtown Cleveland is in the footprint of Canal Basin Park. The site of the former VanDuzer studio will soon become a $20M Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District pump station facility that will capture about 11 million gallons of stormwater a year. The plans for the pump station include a riverfront promenade for public […]

Cuyahoga Valley National Park is 11th in Visitation

Visitation at America’s national parks broke all-time records in 2015 as the National Park Service has been celebrating its 2016 Centennial with a major push to encourage more visitors to experience their national parks. In the recently released report by Director Jonathan B. Jarvis, there were 306.7 million visits to national parks, up five percent […]

Cycle Canalway 2015 is July 18th

Registration is now open for Cycle Canalway 2015 The family-friendly ride takes place July 18th Cycle Canalway riders receive a souvenir t-shirt, a ride on the Scenic Railroad, a snack and beverage aid station, and free lunch and entertainment at the finish! All proceeds from Cycle Canalway help Canalway Partners preserve, promote and educate the public […]

Weekend Getaway Along the Ohio and Erie Canalway

Midwest Living magazine has done a feature on the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area in the March/April 2015 issue. Many thanks to Travel Editor Amanda Glazebrook and her entire team for the feature article on the Canalway! Weekend Getaway Along the Ohio and Erie Canalway, Midwest Living magazine Media exposure such as this […]

2014 Year in Review & a Glimpse at 2015

2014 was quite a year for us and the Towpath Trail in Cleveland. Our organization, formerly known as Ohio Canal Corridor, rebranded as Canalway Partners. Our new name better reflects how we work through grassroots partnerships and collaborations between residents, local businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations. Along with the new name and logo, we launched […]

The Ohio & Erie Canalway was renewed as a National Heritage Area, what does this mean?

The National Defense Authorization Act passed by the Senate 12/12/14 extended a prior authorization sunset date for the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area for an additional 7 years. (read more) Many programs have such sunset dates. Here’s how it works for us. Our original authorizing legislation (1996) included both a sunset date and […]