Just go north!

North Coast Harbor is located along the shore of Lake Erie. You can access the district via East 9th Street in Downtown Cleveland.

1. Driving:

  • From I-71 & the Airport
    Take I-71 North to I-90 East to Route 2 West/Exit 174B. Turn right onto East 9th Street.
  • From I-77
    Take I-77 North to I-90 East to Route 2 West/Exit 174B. Turn right onto East 9th Street.
  • From I-80 – Ohio Turnpike
    Exit Turnpike at Exit #173.
    Take I-77 North to I-90 East to Route 2 West/Exit 174B.&
    Turn right onto East 9th Street.
  • I-90 from the East
    Take I-90 West to Route 2 West/Exit 174B.
    Turn right onto East 9th Street.
  • I-90 from the West
    Take I-90 East to Route 2 West/Exit 174B.
    Turn right onto East 9th Street.
  • From I-271
    Take I-271 North to I-90 West to Route 2 West/Exit 174B.
    Turn right onto East 9th Street.

 

Parking:

  • Parking on the E. 9th Street pier, the northernmost point of East Ninth Street.
  • Parking across from Naval Reserve on North Marginal
  • North Point Parking (access from East Ninth Street near the Shoreway/Route 2 ramps)
  • Willard Park Garage (access from Lakeside and East 9th Street)
  • Municipal Lot (access from South Marginal Road)
  • Burke Lakefront Airport (access from North Marginal Road)
  • Galleria Parking Garage and Valet Parking (access from East 12th Street or Lakeside)
  • North Coast Harbor Dock 30-32 Lots (access from Erieside Avenue)
  • RV and bus parking are available at Dock 30-32 and Municipal Lots.

Shown on district map. Refer to specific venue websites for complete parking information.

 

2. Public Transit:

Cleveland’s Regional Transit Authority provides reliable public transportation with a hub in North Coast Harbor. The Waterfront line is a light rail train which runs seven days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on weekdays and weekends from 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. To utilize the Waterfront line, fares are $2.25 one way or $5 for an all-day pass to anywhere. By purchasing an all-day pass, passengers can ride the bus and/or rail which runs multiple lines throughout Downtown. For more details, visit the Greater Cleveland RTA’s website at riderta.com.

 

3. Boater Transit:

Rock & Dock at North Coast Harbor Marina is a 53-slip transient marina in downtown Cleveland’s North Coast Harbor basin, located behind The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum on E. 9th Street. Boaters can spend up to 14 days or stop by for a few hours to take in the sights or have dinner in the city.

The marina is open Memorial Day through Labor Day daily from 9AM to 7PM.  For more information on docking rates and availability, call 216-804-1152 or  email  info@rockanddock.com

Location for Boaters:

Latitude: 41-30’30” N

Longitude: 081-41’39”W

Reported Depth 6’ to 12’

Approach: Minimum 5.5’