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Stanley J. Trupo Gazebo & Kiwanis Picnic Pavilion
The Gazebo is used for a variety of events from concerts to weddings. With the addition of the Kiwanis Picnic Pavilion and other improvements, the Coe Lake area has become one of the most scenic sights in Berea.
View the Gazebo and Pavilion Rental Page.
The Metroparks which circle the Cleveland area have always been a favorite. Look for bike and hiking trails, open fields, softball diamonds, swimming at Wallace Lake, fishing and other areas to enjoy.
Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
Home to the annual Cuyahoga County Fair in August, but also host to other events like Berea's National Rib Cookoff, Irish Festival, Country Music Jamboree, Oktoberfest and other traveling shows and events.
Baldwin Wallace University
Baldwin-Wallace University is a private, liberal arts based Methodist-related college offering bachelor's and master's degrees, certificates and professional education programs located in the heart Berea, Ohio. For more information, view the Baldwin-Wallace University Website.
Berea Arts Fest
A one-day, invitational, multi-arts festival that provides a creative environment for people of all ages and abilities. Held at Coe Lake the second Sunday in September.
Home of the Cleveland Browns. Join us in July and August and watch the players go through their training. Located at 76 Lou Groza Boulevard.
Lou Groza Boulevard
Lou "The Toe" Groza, a former Browns player, NFL Football Hall of Famer and long time resident of Berea. The city renamed the street in his honor. Lou wore the number 76 jersey for most of his career.
Berea's Train Depot
Originally built as the Union Depot in 1876, this depot played an important role in the economic development of Berea for some 75 years. Today it is the nation's best spot for train watchers.