The City of Cleveland is committed to being a bike-friendly community. Interested in biking around town? Check out all of the city-wide bike routes here. TrailLink also provides an excellent collection of Cleveland's best trails for biking, jogging, or walking. Or check out NOACA's brand new bike map here !
Many of our local schools have playgrounds that are free and open to community members. View this school playgrounds list to see which schools in your neighborhood have playgrounds you can visit today!
Did you know that the City of Cleveland has rec centers that are free and open to our citizens? Our rec centers provide a safe space for residents of all ages to have fun and be active. Many rec centers also offer free classes for all ages. Please click here to find your closest rec center and learn about the programs each center offers you and your family. You can also view this rec center cheat sheet for a list of Cleveland-area rec centers and their corresponding amenities. Not sure which ward you live in? Find out here.
Bus Stop Moves
Bus Stop Moves is a great way to stay active while you wait for the bus! The art project located on RTA bus shelters throughout Cleveland illustrates health tips and simple exercises to encourage residents to be happier and healthier while waiting for your bus. Bus Stop Moves can help our community be less idle and decrease the community's risk of diseases associated with sedentary lifestyles.
Cleveland is rich in community assets and resources. View these HEAL maps to see a wide variety of Cleveland's healthy eating and active living opportunities, listed by ward.