739 Leona St.
Elyria, OH 44035
Phone: (440) 324-7676
Fax: (440) 324-4046
Get some sun and enjoy some water sports during the warmer months at Huntington Beach. There are bathrooms, grills, and picnic areas available. Cool down with a tasty treat from Mitchell's Ice Cream, then head over to the volleyball court for an exciting game in the sand. Stay for the sunset and you'll be treated to a panoply of colors across the water.
Enjoy a relaxing day of golf in a picturesque setting at the 9-hole Mastick Woods Golf Course. The setting is much like a forest, so you'll enjoy amazing views of trees and hills throughout the day. Get all the gear you need at the onsite pro-shop. After an active day of golf, you can satisfy your hunger at the snack bar. Clubs and other equipment are available for rent.
Stay active and experience the great outdoors at Mill Stream Run Reservation. There are opportunities for archery, cycling, boating, fishing, hiking, sledding, and swimming. Families will love the play areas and picnic tables. There are also plenty of opportunities to observe wildlife and see local plants. Escape the urban jungle and visit Mill Stream Run Reservation for a healthy dose of nature.
Enjoy wintertime fun at Halloran Rink. This ice skating rink offers a day of fun for everyone in the family. You can rent skates for a small fee or bring your own, then get out on the ice! Whether you're into ice hockey, or figure skating, you'll find great activities going on here. They even offer skating lessons for beginners.
Whiskey Island Marina is not only a place to dock boats, it has something more to offer, with a variety of events and activities for the entire family. The panoramic views of lake Erie and the city are breathtaking and add to the entire sight-seeing experience. The Whiskey Island Marina also houses Sunset Grill which was voted Best Island Bar in 2007. Head here for fun, great views and good food. This is a great spot to soak up some sun during an indulgent weekend.
If you have the desire to explore the beautiful world of flora and fauna, the best way to do it would be to head to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The zoo consists of more than 3000 animals and 600 species. Many events take place here which are educational and entertaining. You can also organize a private event here. The admission fees differ seasonally. Check the website or call ahead for further details regarding rates, credit card usage and future events.
Wendy Park is named after the daughter of its founder Dan and Marge Moore. Nestled besides the Lake Erie it offers breathtaking views of the lake, The Flats and downtown. Stroll through the shoreline trails or play at one of their sand volleyball courts. Dotted with greenery, this tranquil place is a haven for everyone. It also features a prairie garden and a cafe.
The Quicken Loans Arena, known as Gund Arena until 2005, opened in 1995, and is home to the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association. The Arena seats nearly 20,000, depending on the event. Situated in the Gateway Complex in downtown, it is surrounded by parking, hotels and restaurants. In addition to the Cavaliers, the arena also hosts many of the major concerts in Cleveland, as well as professional wrestling and ice-skating.
When Cleveland disc jockey Alan Freed coined the phrase “rock and roll,” he was laying the foundation for a cultural phenomenon and, incidentally, this museum. In 1986, three years after the creation of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation, Cleveland became the home of the dramatic glass and steel pyramid called the Rock Hall, designed by the architect I. M. Pei. With an impressive multimedia permanent collection and continually changing temporary exhibitions, visitors can enjoy listening to songs, watching films, and looking at rock memorabilia ranging from a Cub Scout shirt worn by Jim Morrison to Madonna's bustier.
Moored along the Cleveland coast of Lake Erie, the USS Cod Submarine is a National Historic Landmark that served during World War II. The submarine was built by the Electric Boat Company in 1942 and was involved in the first submarine-to-submarine rescue in 1945 that saved the crew of a Dutch submarine. Open between the months of May and September, you can climb through the narrow hatches to enter the living quarters of the crew and even torpedo rooms on the 312-foot submarine.