Cleveland July 17, 2017
Here Are 9 Stunning Places To Watch The Sun Set In Cleveland That Will Blow You Away
One of the most wonderful and undeniably romantic parts of life in Cleveland is the indescribable experience of watching the sun set over Lake Erie. Golds, pinks, and blues collide and melt together in both the sky and the Great Lake. However, there are many more destinations around Cleveland where you can enjoy the show, all of which will captivate you and delight your inner romantic.
1. Edgewater Park, near 6500 Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, Cleveland
Edgewater Park is a spectacular 147 acres of raw beauty. It is part of the Cleveland Metroparks Lakefront Reservation, and it is perhaps most famous for its beautiful beach. Swing by a few hours before the sunset for a swim, then hike a bit, enjoy a picnic, and admire the sunset.
2. Rocky River Reservation, near 24000 Valley Parkway, North Olmsted
There are many lovely places along the expanse of Valley Parkway where one can enjoy the sunset. Go for a late drive to enjoy a cruise with a view.
3. Voinovich Bicentennial Park, East 9th Street Pier, Cleveland
This small park is man-made and full of spectacular architecture. Its lakefront proximity also offers some pretty unforgettable views!
4. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 1100 East 9th Street, Cleveland
This museum of music legends is located on the shore of Lake Erie and, come sunset, its unusual architecture and artwork silhouette against the colorful sky in the most stunning way.
5. Lakewood Park, 14532 Lake Avenue, Lakewood
This lakefront paradise is a lovely place to enjoy a walk, play tennis, or enjoy a picnic. Swing by on a Sunday and you will have the bonus activity of free concerts at the Lakewood Park Bandstand!
6. Huntington Beach, 28728 Wolf Picnic Area Drive, Bay Village
Huntington Beach is perhaps one of the loveliest in the Cleveland Metroparks. It is Blue Wave Certified by the Clean Beaches Council, and it truly sparkles when bathed in a rich golden light.
7. Wendy Park, 2800 Whiskey Island Drive, Cleveland
Wendy Park offers 22 acres of forested lakefront splendor to explore. Aside from offering lovely views of the sunset, it is also a perfect site for bird-watching!
8. Lakeview Park, 1800 West Erie Avenue, Lorain
Lakeview Park has it all! Its wonders include a beach, a historic rose garden, and spectacular views of the Lorain Lighthouse. The sunsets are one more unforgettable feature of this amazing park!
9. Hinckley Lake, near 1822 East Drive, Hinckley
Hinckley Reservation is one of the most beautiful stretches in the Cleveland metroparks. Its crown jewel is the 90-acre Hinckley Lake, sparkling sapphire against the emerald banks that surround it. Its sunrise and sunset shows are remarkable, and should be visited at least once.
Do you have a favorite sunset spot in Cleveland? Share you recommendations in the comment section!