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The Bruce G. Rinker Greenway offers a north-south walking and biking route through Mayfield Village, a suburb of Cleveland. The paved pathway connects Mayfield Center Elementary School, the community's public library, a neighborhood pool, and the Village Center, as well as the Grove Amphitheatre, a popular entertainment venue in the summer.
Opened in 2014, the pathway was originally known simply as the "Greenway Trail" before being renamed after a longtime mayor of the village in 2016. It begins on the south end of town adjacent to the fire station and winds north, popping in and out of the trees, behind commercial buildings, through a wetland preserve, and past athletic fields.
For a longer stroll or roll, travelers can connect to the 4.2-mile North Chagrin Reservation All Purpose Trail to access the scenic park and enjoy additional outdoor amenities such as wildlife viewing, golfing, horseback riding, picnicking, and sledding.
Parking is available in Wiley Park (610 Som Center Road), the Mayfield Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library (500 Som Center Road), and Parkview Pool (425 North Commons Blvd.).
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