There are many ways for spectators to get views of the race and cheer for your favorite team. We encourage spectators traveling to and from the regatta to use public transportation.
Race Course Views
The Head of the Cuyahoga race course follows the twists and turns of the Cuyahoga River for 4.8 kilometers.
It is easily accessible for viewing via off-road bike/walking paths through the Flats and into Tremont.
There are paths over both Columbus and Carter Road bridges and a shortcut from Columbus Road to the I90 Bend/Tremont via the Centennial Link Trail.
There are several options for bike shares and scooters available throughout the city. Bicycles are available to rent for the day at the Ohio City Bike Co-op (entrance off the parking lot between Merwins Warf and the Crooked River Skate Park).
**Looking for a fun way the preview the course and spend time with family on Friday before the regatta? Check out Canalway Partners Family Game Night/Towpath Stroll starting at Sokolowski’s Overlook from 5-8PM on Sept 16th. Event is free but requires registration here.
There is a Rapid Transit (public transit / light rail system) drop-off point at Settler’s Landing (~10 min. walk to Rivergate Park) and at W. 25th St/Ohio City (5 min walk to Rivergate Park)
- Take the 66 Red, 67 Blue, or 67A Green line to the ‘Settler’s Landing’ stop
- Take the Waterfront Line to Settler’s Landing
- Take the Red Line to W. 25th St/Ohio City
- RTA Rapid System Timetables (trains ~ every 20min)
Walk to Rivergate Park (0.5-0.7 miles, 8-12 min.)
- Google Maps Walking Directions from Settler’s Landing to Rivergate Park
- Google Maps Walking Directions from W. 25th St/Ohio City to Rivergate Park
Parking is available within walking distance:
- $10.00 Parking Lot across from Sunoco Gas Station (1717 Columbus Road, Cleveland, OH 44113)
- The Cleveland Rowing Foundation rents this lot out for the regatta – PLEASE HAVE EXACT CHANGE