Cleveland, Ohio, Brookside Park, c1905

A sweeping 81-acre expanse of land in southwestern Cleveland became one of the city�s first municipal parks in 1894. Originally named Brooklyn Park, the grounds provided a perfect natural setting for a variety of recreational activities. Within a few years the park�s territory had nearly doubled and was renamed Brookside; there was ample room for tennis, baseball, and picnicking on the scenic bluff. It became part of Cleveland Metroparks in 1994, renamed as Brookside Reservation.


Cleveland, Ohio, Brookside Park, c1905

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