This map is an overview of the neighborhoods participating in Gardenwalk Cleveland 2023. The red stars are the location of the Information Stations for each neighborhood.

Information Station Locations

Saturday, July 8, 2023 10 am to 5 pm
  • Fairfax: 2229 E 97th St
  • Glenville: 9915 Ostend Ave
  • Ohio City: Monroe Street Cemetery, 3207 Monroe Ave

  • Old Brooklyn: 5608 Stickney Ave
  • Tremont: Lincoln Park, on Starkweather Ave, next to the swimming pool
  • West Park: 14635 Glencliffe Rd
Sunday, July 9, 2023, 10 am to 5 pm
  • Broadway Slavic Village: Polish Heritage Garden, E 65th St and Hosmer Ave, SE corner
  • Clifton-Baltic: 1308 W 111th St
  • Collinwood: 16705 Humphrey Court
  • Detroit Shoreway: Labyrinth Park, W 65th St & W Clinton, NE corner
  • Little Italy: Mount Granita Italian Ice, 2024 Murray Hill Rd

GardenWalk Cleveland is a Fun, Relaxing Way To:

  • Explore the 11 Cleveland neighborhoods on the tour in 2023.
  • See an enormous variety of private home gardens, community gardens and public green spaces. Over 375 Gardens in 2022!!
  • Meet other gardeners and visitors to share and learn gardening tips and lore.
  • Each neighborhood has an Information Station where you can pick up a map and additional information about the neighborhood. You may also download a pdf of the maps beginning July 1.

How to Enjoy GardenWalk (It’s Free!):

  • Plan to attend Saturday, July 8 and/or Sunday, July 9 from 10 am to 5 pm.
  • Pick Up a GardenWalk Guide and/or use the maps on our website. The QR code with each map in this guide will point your smartphone directly to each neighborhood map.
  • The day of, pick a neighborhood where you want to start and stop by the neighborhood Information Station (locations listed above and in the Guide). Get additional information and chat with the volunteers there and learn more about the neighborhood, OR
  • Choose a garden where you want to start, see as many or as few gardens as you like. Often (but not always) the gardener will be in their garden to greet you and tell you more about their garden and neighborhood.
  • Ride your Bike with Bike Cleveland!
  • Remember to be positive–gardeners are proud of their gardens and the work they have done, please respond accordingly!
  • We love dogs, but please leave your pooch at home.

If it looks like rain, bring your umbrella, because this is a rain or shine event!