Recreation Department Activities & Information
The Recreation Department is located on the first floor of Wickliffe City Hall, 28730 Ridge Rd. Use parking spaces behind City Hall.
Office hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.
The Recreation Department is on FaceBook. Look for program updates and info.
Click here for a full listing of the Summer programs, camps and activities offered by the Recreation Department.
For information on any of the programs listed, contact Recreation Director Timothy E. Stopp at 440-943-7120 or by e-mail.
Parks & Amenities
Wickliffe hosts seven city parks located conveniently around the City, including a pools and a splash park. We also offer pavilion rentals at our larger parks for special events. For a list of parks in the City of Wickliffe, click here.
Ray Sack Community Gardens
Gardens may be reserved in the spring to Wickliffe residents. Gardens are located on Lloyd Rd. The size of the gardens is 18’ wide by 20’deep. The gardens are to be maintained by the resident. Water is provided (you must bring your own hose). We expect everyone to respect each other by not picking from any garden but their own.
We take reservations in April and the gardens would be available to plant sometime in May. The Service Department plows the garden but it may be necessary to do some other maintenance before planting. Please enjoy the gardens and keep up the gardens until the end of the season. Signs will be posted as to the date the gardens will be terminated.
Click here for rules of the gardens and if you are a first time gardener, please fill out the form at the bottom of the rules and mail or drop off to the Recreation Department.
The Wickliffe Recreation Department plays host to many special events throughout the year. These events are perfect for people of all ages, and include anything from entertainment and sports to community building activities. Click here for a list of upcoming events.
Afterschool Student Programs
The City of Wickliffe offers a variety of student programs designed to entertain students in meaningful, organized afterschool activity. Fall programs are in development. Check back in the future for information.