Tremont is the only Cleveland neighborhood along the Towpath Trail. Tremont also offers many outdoor activities that create meaningful opportunities for both visitors and residents.
Whether you are enjoying time with your family or furry friend, check out Tremont for a day filled with adventure.
The Towpath Trail in Tremont
The Towpath Trail extends across 101 miles following the historic route of the Ohio & Erie Canalway. It is the only portion of the trail to connect directly to an urban neighborhood, combining stunning cityscapes and the beauty of the outdoors with urban amenities.
The map to the left shows the proximity of the Towpath Trail to Tremont businesses. For more information about the businesses, please view the neighborhood map here
Abbey Overlook: The Tremont neighborhood sign features a backdrop of the majestic Innerbelt and Shoreway bridges, as well as a wide view of the tallest structures in the [...]
Abbey Park: Nearly four-and-a-half acres of park greets visitors at the corner of Abbey and West 19th. Younger children can often be found enjoying the playground while teens and [...]
Clark Field: Cleveland’s first dog park was created by combining three abandoned tennis courts, adding a gravel surface, fresh water, state-of-the-art drainage, benches and a double-gated entry system. [...]
Lincoln Park: Established in 1880, Lincoln Park is an 8-acre park at the center of Tremont, where cultural events such as Arts in August, Tremont Farmers Market and [...]
The Towpath Trail extends across 87 miles following the historic route of the Ohio & Erie Canalway. It is the only portion of the trail to connect directly to an [...]