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Where to race a triathlon on Lake Erie

Kelly Myers has run a lot of half marathons, and a few marathons. She tried a duathlon, thinking it would be a little kinder on her body. “Then you go and see the real athletes are doing the swimming leg, so now I feel like that would be kind of fun,” said Myers, 52, of…

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7 Lake Erie beaches with lifeguards on duty

It’s June! And the beaches are open for swimming — even though the water is still chilly. RocktheLake collected a few area beaches with lifeguards. Take a look! Lakeview Park, Lorain: Lifeguards are on duty noon-6 p.m. Lakeview Park and Beach Huntington Beach, Bay Village: Lifeguards on duty 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, June 2-Sunday, Aug.…

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Where can you rent a Jet Ski on Lake Erie?

What’s more fun that flying through Lake Erie waves on a Jet Ski? Or a Sea Doo, or Waverunner, or whatever. Let’s talk personal watercraft here. See what’s new with Sea-Doos in a video here. The sun on your face, your hair blowing everywhere, your music pumping as you rev up to The speeds of…

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6 ways to play after work at North Coast Harbor this summer

Looking to get active on the lakeshore? Cleveland’s front porch, North Coast Harbor, offers sports nearly every weeknight this summer. And many of them are free! You can get in shape for your first 5K, get zen doing yoga on the grass of Voinovich Park, play volleyball with your pals or even toss a Bocce…

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Where can you rent a kayak on Lake Erie?

On a kayak, you ride inches above Lake Erie, paddling with your own power. On a placid day, the experience is serene, meditative, as you take in the scenery or wildlife. On a rougher day, it’s a thrill ride, up and down through the waves. Kayaking is the most popular form of paddling, increasing from…

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Where can you rent a stand-up paddleboard on Lake Erie?

Looking to try stand-up paddleboarding on Lake Erie this summer? The cool, calm sport is an easy way to get out on the water. And it’s growing like crazy. The Outdoor Foundation didn’t even include stand-up paddleboarding – or SUP, which migrated from Hawaii to California in 2004 β€” in its annual survey until 2010.…

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