Top 7 trips from New York City to Cleveland

New York City to Cleveland
starting from New York City
1.5 hours → East Stroudsburg
1 hour → Wilkes Barre
2 hours → Williamsport
1.5 hours → Black Moshannon State Park
56 minutes → DuBois
3 hours → Grove City
1 hour → Youngstown
1 hour → Cleveland
9.5 hours of driving
New York City to Cleveland via Harrisburg
starting from New York City
1.5 hours → Bethlehem
1 hour → Harrisburg
2 hours → Breezewood
2 hours → Duquesne
1 hour → Youngstown
1 hour → Cleveland


9 hours of driving
New York City to Cleveland via Hershey
starting from New York City
1.5 hours → Easton
1.5 hours → Hershey
2 hours → Breezewood
1.5 hours → Fallingwater
1 hour → Pittsburgh
1 hour → Youngstown
1 hour → Cleveland

10 hours of driving
New York City to Cleveland via Lancaster
starting from New York City
3 hours → Lancaster
2 hours → Breezewood
1.5 hours → Fallingwater
1 hour → Pittsburgh
1 hour → Youngstown
1 hour → Cleveland


10 hours of driving
New York City to Cleveland via Niagara Falls
starting from New York City
2 hours → Blakeslee
1.5 hours → Binghamton
1.5 hours → Syracuse
2.5 hours → Niagara Falls
3.5 hours → Cleveland



11 hours of driving
New York City to Cleveland via Roanoke
starting from New York City
2.5 hours → Reading
1 hour → Harrisburg
2.5 hours → Skyline Dr
3 hours → Roanoke
4.5 hours → Parkersburg
2 hours → Canton
1 hour → Cleveland

16.5 hours of driving
New York City to Cleveland via Michigan
starting from New York City
1.5 hours → East Stroudsburg
2 hours → Williamsport
3 hours → Grove City
2 hours → Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
2 hours → Detroit
2 hours → Michigan
2 hours → Ann Arbor
3 hours → Cleveland
17 hours of driving

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Explore alternate routes from New York City to Cleveland, or you can get reverse directions from Cleveland to New York City. Don't forget to factor in the weather. You can check the road conditions from New York City to Cleveland. Check out other stops like Harrisburg, Hershey, Lancaster (Pennsylvania), Niagara Falls, Roanoke, or Michigan.