For those that love a tight-knit community and the outdoors, Cleveland Tennessee provides both in bounty. Many of the homes in the community have classic brick architecture and blend beautifully with the green landscape. Because of its proximity to large industry employers, Cleveland also has newer homes being built with open floor plans. For smaller families, newer two bedroom townhomes are available with garages and access to all that Deer Park has to offer. You will enjoy the room in this city.
Cleveland's attractiveness has drawn twelve, large Fortune 500 manufactures to its location. These large manufactures help to bring in a stable population that supports this city's economy and culture. The northern part of the city offers a wide array of retail, including the Bradley Square Mall, which is loaded with shopping options. Do not think that you will need to drive out of town to get access to the big box stores; they are available close to home. The city has a unique spirited culture that includes the yearly MainStreet Cleveland Halloween Block Party. This single event draws in 20,000 people to the city each year and has live music, a costume contest, and plenty of food.
Because of the nearby Cherokee National Forest, Cleveland has become a magnet for outdoor activities. The Ocoee and Hiwassee rivers flow nearby and offer a beautiful forest landscape in which to enjoy hiking and rafting. Many people travel especially to this area to enjoy the white water rafting. If you enjoy stiller waters, you can enjoy fishing and gentle waterways in small boats. For those that enjoy walking and hiking, the city has a 4.4 mile greenway path that goes from one of the scenic creeks to the northern portion of the city. In addition, this city offers three golf courses to enjoy throughout the year due to its mild climate. If you do not enjoy the feel of the big city, you will appreciate Cleveland's moderate population of 41,000. In terms of education, Cleveland has a district with multiple public and private primary and secondary schools. Regarding high school sports, the Cleveland High School football team is known as one of the best in Tennessee. The city also has three separate higher education locations including the Cleveland State Community Collect, Lee University, and the Pentecostal Theological Seminary. With a mild climate, a spirited community, and amazing access to the outdoors, Cleveland is a great place to live!