South Euclid Parks
City of South Euclid Announces Current and Future Impacts to Parks, Recreation and Youth Programs For Summer 2020 in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic – posted 5-14-20
South Euclid’s is proud to offer nearly 60 acres of public parkland.
Home to the fully accessible Playground of Possibilities, Cleveland’s only outdoor public bicycle pump track, South Euclid’s City Pool, tennis courts, and more.
Cleveland Metroparks Euclid Creek Reservation
Finally, a portion of the Cleveland Metroparks Euclid Creek Reservation (at Anderson and East Green Roads) is in South Euclid. Euclid Creek Reservation has over four miles of wooded walking trails along a flowing creek. The park has a fitness trail, picnic and recreation areas, and a sledding hill.
Besides South Euclid’s two recreational parks, the City is also home to Oakwood Green, a 21 acre passive park featuring trails, fitness equipment and benches to sit and relax. The park is dedicated to nature. The parking lot for Oakwood Green can be accessed off East Antisdale Road, which is off Warrensville Center Road. A annual free tour of Oakwood Green is offered in the summer months. Visit: https://www.onesoutheuclid.
Quarry North & Quarry South
Home to the City’s Dog Park and the City’s only soccer field, and the Quarry Splash Park.
Both parks also offer playgrounds, lighted ball fields, picnic shelters for rent with grills (see above for more information), concession stands, community gardens, and more. For more information on the pools and splash park, please visit the Pools Page.
In addition, sand volleyball courts are available behind the South Euclid Community Center (1370 Victory Drive), along with a small playground.