Shop, eat, attend school, go for a hike, take an exercise class, visit the public library, rent a bike.
Cleveland Park is where families, young professionals, and long-time residents live, work, and play.
Neighbors enjoy nature, the farmers market, the zoo, keeping fit, raising families, walking everywhere, and having easy access to all parts of the city and beyond.
And the Broadmoor is just steps away from all of Cleveland Park's great offerings.
- Schools make a neighborhood great, and Cleveland Park has two highly respected public elementary schools (John Eaton and Phoebe Hearst), several private schools, and two music schools.
- Restaurants offer various cuisines - American, Asian, Chinese, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Mediterranean, Uyghur, and more.
- Services include fitness centers, grocery stores, a U.S. post office, pharmacies, wine and liquor stores, delicatessens, dry cleaners, nail and hair salons, computer repair and eyeglass stores, and gift shops.
- The Public Library is a hub of activity, including community meetings, child-centered programs, and indoor and outdoor quiet work spaces.
- Green space abounds thanks to the National Zoo, Tregaron and Rosedale Conservancies, the Melvin Hazen Trail, the Klingle Valley Trail, and Hillwood Museum and Gardens.
- Public transportation is easy via Metro's Red Line, the L bus line (which runs north and south on Connecticut Avenue), and the H bus lines (which run east and west across town). In addition to public transit, Capital Bikeshare has a station in Cleveland Park.