North Collinwood

Spanning the shores of Lake Erie, North Shore Collinwood is an eclectic mix of natural resources, people, and businesses. It is the home of three lakeshore parks, plenty of private lakefront residences, and beachfront concerts. The popular Waterloo Arts and Entertainment District offers a variety of live music venues, including the famous Beachland Ballroom, art galleries, and old world food producers. Come out for Walk All Over Waterloo the first Friday of the month for a fun night out on the town. There are a variety of popular restaurants located throughout the neighborhood to fulfill anyone's taste and budget.

Headquarters

Find maps, parking, information and restrooms at:

Pocket Park
317 E 156th St
Cleveland, OH 44110
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Gardens in North Collinwood

Special Features

Collinwood Community Potluck

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What better way is there to spend a Saturday in summer than sharing a good plate of food next to new, old and new-to-you neighbors with a view of the Lake?!

Start brainstorming your best recipes for the first Collinwood Community Potluck. On Saturday, July 8th from 4-8pm at the Euclid Beach Park pavilion, people from across the neighborhood will come together to celebrate community over fresh-picked veggies, homemade and restaurant dishes while playing lawn games and swaying to the beat of local musicians.

FREE, open to everyone - with or without a dish to contribute.

David Simpson Hospice House Vista Walk and Tribute Gardens

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The grounds of David Simpson Hospice House are a place of solace and reflection. More than a dozen gardens, named in tribute of friends of Hospice of the Western Reserve and in memory of loved ones, are open to all year-round. Each garden is as unique as the individual, couple or family for whom it is named. Most were designed with significant input from the donors. More than 2,000 inscribed tributes form the garden walkways, each one a reflection of a special relationship.

The landscape surrounding David Simpson Hospice House is organic yet curated. Naturalized with pockets of formality. Under the willow, a Zen garden that features a hewn stone bubbler draws visitors to the west-end. A tiny garden of carefully placed, moss-covered boulders is tucked into the east walk. Show piece gardens call for longer exploration. The Angela and James Hambrick Arbor Garden is a dry garden designed to invite meditation and to withstand the harshest lake wind. Koi dart around pink and white waterlilies in the Molly Goodwin Garden and visitors can reflect in solitude in the sunken, lakeside Donald L. & Agnes Ward Hamilton Memorial Garden.

Enjoy your visit to our Vista Walk and Tribute Gardens. Please be respectful of the memories of those who are honored here and of the patients and families who are staying in Hospice House.