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The Harrison-Dillard Bikeway is a north-south urban path that not only connects the Lake Erie shoreline with the University Circle district, but connects trail users with Cleveland’s cultural past. Beginning at Gordon Park, where the trail links with the Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway, it follows Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard south through historic Rockefeller Park and its many cultural gardens. The path is on both sides of the road, offering trail users many sights of fascinating historic gardens, elegant arched bridges and Victorian houses.
At E. 105th Street, the bikeway becomes a winding path through the University Circle area until it reaches Case Western Reserve University near the Cedar-University station on RTA Rapid Transit’s Red Line. At Euclid Avenue, trail users can trek a short distance to the east to reach the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Botanical Gardens and many other cultural attractions in the immediate area.
Trail users can extend their journey even further by taking the Lake-to-Lakes Trail, which begins just across the street from the end of the bikeway on Carnegie Avenue, and continues south and east to parks and lakes in the charming suburb of Shaker Heights.
Visitors can find parking at the Cleveland Lakefront State Park, approximately 0.2 mile from the north terminus of the trail. Follow the signs from the parking area to the trailhead. Near the south terminus of the trail, parking can be found just north of the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and E. 105th Street intersection at the Rockefeller Park Lagoon.
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