Map provided by University Circle Inc.
The Lake to Lakes Trail connects Lake Erie to the Shaker Lakes through Rockefeller Park and University Circle.
This trail takes advantage of the existing Harrison-Dillard Bikeway running through Rockefeller Park to connect Lake Erie with Shaker Lakes Park in Shaker Heights.
This trail passes directly through University Circle and the City's premier cultural institutions. It also serves to connect Cleveland's east-side neighborhoods with historic Shaker Heights.
This trail also provides access to the Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve. This former Dike 14 landfill site has been reclaimed as a greenspace under the administration of the Cleveland-Cuyahoga Port Authority.
Cleveland City Planners worked in conjunction with community groups including University Circle Inc., and LAND studio to make this trail a reality. Construction of the Cleveland trail section was completed in 2013. The final leg of the trail through Shaker Heights and Cleveland Heights was completed in 2016.