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Tremont offers plenty of places for sports and recreation, inside or outside.

Clark Recreation Center
5706 Clark Avenue

Lincoln Park
Bordered by Starkweather Avenue, W. 11 Street, W. 14 Street, and Kenilworth Avenue

Formerly named Pelton Park, this block of land was originally bought by Mr. John Jennings and Mrs. Thirza Pelton for the campus of Cleveland University. When the university closed in 1855, the land continued to be used as a park. The name was changed to Lincoln Park after the Civil War when President Abraham Lincoln brought Union troops to the area. Today the park is the center of recreation for Tremont and home to a city pool. Summer concerts given by local musical talents take place in the park on the second Friday of the month.

Merrick House
1050 Starkweather Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
(216) 771-5077

Mission: Merrick House’s gymnasium allows youth to participate in physical conditioning or organized recreation such as basketball. It serves as a healthy alternative to the streets.

Tremont Valley Playground
W. 7 Street and Quigley

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