On Thursday August 13th at Noon, The Cleveland Foundation, The Cleveland Metroparks, LAND Studio and the Trust for Public Land will celebrate the opening of the first section of the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail, details for the event are available here- https://www.facebook.com/events/477853779047858/
The Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail, formerly known as the Lake Link Trail, is a Towpath connector trail. The trail currently takes cyclists and pedestrians from Scranton Flats to near Rivergate Park on Columbus Road. The Trail will eventually connect to Wendy Park.
The Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail utilizes two new bridges to cross Scranton Road and train tracks on its way from Scranton Road to Columbus Road.
The Trail opens up some cool new views of the city and connects the Towpath to recreation options such as Merwin’s Wharf, the Crooked River Skatepark, the Cleveland Rowing Foundation and the future academic rowing center, the Foundry.