Cleveland - Euclid Beach Park is getting a face-lift, in the form of a blast from the past.
The new 315-foot Euclid Beach Pier was introduced Wednesday.
The archways adorning the new 315-feet pier pay homage to the former amusement park with black metallic images of carousel horses, Flying Turns cars, dancers, and the park’s original arches.
Cleveland Metroparks’ development of the pier is part of its 99-year lease on various lakefront parks, which includes Euclid Beach and nearby Villa Angela and Wildwood.
Among those items were modification of the shoreline and improvement of the swimming area at Villa Angela beach and a 150-foot pedestrian bridge that links Villa Angela and Wildwood. Work on the $2.5 million Euclid Beach Pier project began in 2018, and most of it was completed by last fall.
Photos by: Kyle Cornell / WTAM 1100
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