Where to go and where to stay
in Cuyahoga County.
Visiting Cuyahoga County
Bay Village, Beachwood, Bedford Heights, Berea, Broadview Heights, Brook Park, Brooklyn,
Cleveland, Euclid, Fairview Park, Garfield Heights, Highland Heights, Independence, Lakewood, Lyndhurst, Maple Heights, Mayfield Heights, Middleburg
Heights, North Olmsted, North Royalton, Olmsted Falls, Parma, Parma
Heights, Pepper Pike, Richmond Heights, Rocky River, Seven
Hills, Shaker Heights, Solon, South Euclid, Strongsville, University Heights, Warrensville Heights,
County, a part of the Greater Cleveland metropolitan area, is named after a Native
American word; for 'crooked river'.
The county seat of Cuyahoga County is Cleveland.
The object of the fair is agriculture, not a carnival, but in order to have some fun in
life, a good clean midway is a necessity to make a complete fair. It gives us a chance to
relax, to mingle with neighbours and go home with a different outlook on life. Cuyahoga
County takes pride in their midway and always strive to make it the best in the state of
Bay Village was first
settled by Joseph Cahoon, in 1810, as part of the original Dover Township.
Beachwood was carved out
of the Western Reserve territory. It began as part of Warrensville Township and remained a
village until 1960.
Beachwood Chamber of Commerce:
More than 100,000 people come through Beachwood each day to work, shop, visit their
doctors, dine in one of the many restaurants or stay in one of more than 2,100 hotel
Bedford Heights became a
city on January 4th, 1961.
Bedford Heights Chamber of
24816 Aurora Road, Suite B, Bedford Heights, Ohio.
Berea was established in
1836 and earned its name on the flip of coin.
John Baldwin, a New Englander credited with being one of Berea's
founding fathers, invented a lathe to cut slabs of stone into grindstones.
Stone from Berea quarries would also be used in building projects
nation-wide and abroad.
Cleveland is located on the southern shore of Lake Erie; a part of
the Great Lakes Region and the country's largest fresh water resource.
Cleveland was founded in 1796 when Moses Cleaveland landed on the east
bank of the Cuyahoga River. Cleveland remained a small village until 1827, when it became
the northern terminus of the Ohio and Erie Canal.
The Greater Cleveland area now extends 100 miles along the Lake Erie
shoreline and more than 40 miles inland.
Encyclopedia of Cleveland History:
When the first edition of the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History appeared in 1987, it was
nationally acclaimed as the best single source of information about any aspect of
Cleveland Convention and Visitors Bureau, 334 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland.
Accommodation in Cleveland
Hotels in Cleveland, Ohio.
Cedar Point Amusement Park:
Check out a variety of amusement park rides and attractions, such as roller coasters,
water rides, thrill rides, and more.
Cleveland Cavaliers - The Q Arena:
Watch fade-away jumpers, heart-stopping 3-point shots at the buzzer and more! Come and
enjoy a fast-paced game of Cavalier basketball at Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena.
Indians - Jacob's Field:
Come see the Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball team play an exciting, fun-packed, 9
innings of baseball.
Cleveland International Exposition
Attend any one of Ohio's I-X Center's events and shows. Known as one of the nation's
largest convention and event centers, the I-X Center is home to a wide-selection of
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo:
Come visit Cleveland, Ohio's Metroparks Zoo and see amazing, exotic, colourful birds and
tour the grounds, visiting Wolf Wilderness, Australian Adventure, The Rain Forest, and
many other zoo attractions.
and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum:
Experience Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and see Rock and Roll's
historic treasures, such as a number of instruments owned and played by rock legends along
with their stage apparel, and so much more.
Geauga Lake and Wildwater Kingdom:
Ride roller coasters, water rides, kid rides, and more. Spend a fun-filled day or evening
experiencing over 50 rides and attractions at Geauga Lake and Wildwater Kingdom.
Great Lakes Science Center:
Cleveland's Great Lakes Science Center is an exciting, fun, and interesting attraction.
With over 400 exhibits, anyone can find an exhibit of interest, including the interactive
hands-on exhibits. Bring your imagination and be ready to be entertained.
Getting Around Cleveland
Burke Lakefront Airport: (BKL)
Situated in downtown Cleveland, Ohio at 1501 North Marginal Drive.
Hopkins International Airport: (CLE)
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport became the first airport in the United States to
have direct rail transportation access from the terminal to downtown; in 1968. Handles
more than 2,200 flights each week to approximately 80 destinations.
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit
Public transportation in Greater Cleveland has a long and proud history, starting with the
1818 stagecoach that ran between Cleveland and Painesville. In 1975, RTA assumed control
of all Cleveland Transit System (CTS) bus routes, and both the CTS and Shaker rapid
Find out more about Cleveland's Downtown districts.
The Convention & Visitors Bureau of Greater Cleveland.
Lakewood is located along
the shores of Lake Erie, 10 minutes from downtown Cleveland.
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