Cleveland, OH - Project Discussion

 

This discussion topic is used for collaboration on the Cleveland, OH metro area project.

You can provide feedback and suggestions for files in the Cleveland project area by replying to this topic.

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Cleveland, OH metro area project

I'll be happy to jump in with all of the parks and park entrances in the Cleveland Metroparks system. It'll probably take me a couple of weeks before I have a deliverable.

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Phil in Mentor, Ohio -- Garmin Nuvi 1450

Cleveland Project

I've already started with restaurants and attractions...I'll post them both as soon as I get a good quantity of each.

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tomtom GO930

How far south

I live about 50 miles South of Cleveland..and in the heart of Amish country. I could add some interesting sites...if you want it to come this far..

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Dave_ Nuvi 660 , 760,1490LMT Wooster, Ohio

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Zecpull wrote:

I live about 50 miles South of Cleveland..and in the heart of Amish country. I could add some interesting sites...if you want it to come this far..

I have added you to the project.

Miss POI

fantastic

plunder wrote:

I'll be happy to jump in with all of the parks and park entrances in the Cleveland Metroparks system. It'll probably take me a couple of weeks before I have a deliverable.

That sounds great;)

Miss POI

How far outside of the

How far outside of the "metro area" should we go? The Amish area of Ohio might be better suited for a "Northeast Ohio" or "Ohio Amish" project maybe? Just asking. grin

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Cleveland, OH - Project Discussion

I live in the Cleveland area, so I can assist here, I can supply and check facts about Cleveland, Historical & Present sites. I have already started museums.

Bob

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nice

dog_poop wrote:

I live in the Cleveland area, so I can assist here, I can supply and check facts about Cleveland, Historical & Present sites. I have already started museums.

Bob

Thanks Bob, those sound like great projects.

Miss POI

It is ok;)

Rick2 wrote:

How far outside of the "metro area" should we go? The Amish area of Ohio might be better suited for a "Northeast Ohio" or "Ohio Amish" project maybe? Just asking. grin

It is ok to include things that would fit in a day trip from the urban area.

There are a lot of tourists that come to the Metro Area page to see what there is to do in that city and they may be interested in taking a day trip out to the Amish Country.

Miss POI

NOGSL Soccer Fields

I've been working on a POI file for the Northern Ohio Girls Soccer League fields. When I'm done, I'll submit it to this project.

-John

Cleveland restaurants

I just updated the restaurant file, I know that there are alot more of them but I think I've hit the most popular. If anyone sees that there should be some others please let me know. smile

I'll start working on Cleveland area attractions next.

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Change to your restaurant POI

Rick, a couple of things:
Your restaurant list includes a restaurant that is no longer in business. It's Fanny's, the second entry in the list.

And if you would, can you change your profile to allow folks here in the factory to e-mail you directly with corrections? I'd just as soon notify authors directly instead of cluttering up the public postings with minutiae. Thanks.

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Phil in Mentor, Ohio -- Garmin Nuvi 1450

Got a cleveland restaurant

Rick2 wrote:

I just updated the restaurant file, I know that there are alot more of them but I think I've hit the most popular. If anyone sees that there should be some others please let me know. smile

Tom's Seafood Restaurant, moderately priced
3048 St Clair Ave
Cleveland, OH 44114
216-771-1928

-81.67180, 41.51275

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Got a cleveland restaurant

Thanks Renegade. I've put it in the database and will post an update later on this week. I've been to alot of restaurants in Cleveland over the years, don't remember this one, guess I'll have to go try it out.

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tomtom GO930

Change to your restaurant POI

Thanks Phil...I will make the changes to both. When did Fanny's go out of business? I thought I was there in the last year or so...guess it coulda been longer...lol.

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Cleveland OH Project - Cuyahoga Valley National Park, etc

I am interested in helping with this project. Specifically, I am interested in Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Connecting Metroparks of Cleveland and Summit County.

Over the years I've collected some waypoints for the trailheads (parking lots), canal lock locations and mile markers on the Ohio & Erie Canal, Stations on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Rail Road, Visitor Centers, attractions, and the like.

It might take a bit to compile because my information is spread over many gps units and pcs and now a Mac.

How can I help?

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Cool

N8tyv,
That sounds like a great file to have on the site and linked to the Cleveland Metro page.
Here is a link to our FAQ area regarding Creating POI Files http://www.poi-factory.com/node/6664

Go ahead and make the file and then use the "upload and share a CSV or GPX file" feature to the right of your screen.

Let me know if you need any other help.

Miss POI

Psychic ?

n8tyv wrote:

I am interested in helping with this project. Specifically, I am interested in Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Connecting Metroparks of Cleveland and Summit County.

Over the years I've collected some waypoints for the trailheads (parking lots), canal lock locations and mile markers on the Ohio & Erie Canal, Stations on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Rail Road, Visitor Centers, attractions, and the like.

It might take a bit to compile because my information is spread over many gps units and pcs and now a Mac.

How can I help?

Wow. Sounds like you've been doing EXACTLY what I want to start doing with the Metroparks/Towpath paved trails!! I just got a Nuvi 350 and this was the first thought in my head. I don't know how to add/make poi files - I'm learning as I go here... I'd love to have some of the Metroparks bike trails on my Garmin.

Cuyahoga Valley

Gentle Soul:

Hopefully, you've stumbled on my first posting of POIs for Cuyahoga Valley. If you have corrections they certainly are appreciated. I'll update as I receive them or as I add more.

When I uploaded the POI file I thought I was linking it to this project and to National Parks and outdoors. That doesn't seem to have happened. I've been involved in GPS in one way or another for a very long time.

Note that I also added icons to go with Cuyahoga Valley. I probably will add more. I was out for about a week with pneumonia (but am getting better) so I haven't done much recently.

I'm still consolidating POIs from all of my old PCs, and GPSs. Some of my points were generated before SA was turned off (really old). I am willing to consolidate any tracks, waypoints, et al you may have, then post them here.

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Cleveland, OH - Project Discussion

dog_poop wrote:

I live in the Cleveland area, so I can assist here, I can supply and check facts about Cleveland, Historical & Present sites. I have already started museums.

Bob

Cleveland Attractions
Showcased in Cleveland - variety of things to go, see and do. Or you can venture into the area attractions. Whether you've been in Cleveland before, or you're a first-time visitor, you won't want to miss the Historical areas of interest around the city as well as the Landmarks located throughout the city. It's simply out of this world!

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
3900 Wildlife Way, Cleveland
216-661-6500
41.446233,-81.710579

Lions and tigers and bears and thousands of animals from seven continents. That's what you'll find roaming 165 acres including a tropical rainforest. Makes you feel like you're not in Cleveland anymore. You can visit the zoo every day except Christmas and New Year's days. Admission for the zoo and rainforest is $7 for adults(12+); $4 for children(2-11); free for children under 2. The zoo is open 9am to 5pm; the rainforest 10am to 5pm except Wednesday, when the hours are 10am to 9pm.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
1 Key Plaza,Cleveland
216-781-7625 or 800-282-5393
41.508288,-81.694701

Do something really groovy with the family anytime of the year and show them where real music comes from. The museum has 55 exhibits. There is everthing from a recording studio to stage costumes and films. The admission price of $14.95 is an exceptional value for this museum.

U.S.S.Cod
Burke Lakefront Airport, Cleveland
216-566-9687
41.509831,-81.691332

Up periscope. All you on land head for the U.S.S. Cod an original world war II submarine. Board through the original hatchways and watch your head! The U.S.S. Cod has been docked at the port of Cleveland for 40 years and sits waiting for visitors from ay 1 through the end of September. Hours are 10am - 5 pm. There is a nonimal admission fee but parking is free.

Hale Farm and Village
2686 Oak Hill Rd, Bath
216-575-9137
41.194302,-81.591318

Travel back in time and visit the hale farm and village. You can experience life as it was in 1848. See village artisans at work while capturing the beliefs and lifestyles of the local residents. Hale farm and village is open May 22 - October 31. operating hours are Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm; Sunday - noon to 5pm. General admission is $9 for adults; $7.50 for seniors; $5.50 for children 2-6;children under 2-free. Parking is also free.

Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum
10825 E. Boulevard, Cleveland
216-721-5722
41.513895,-81.610333

When the going gets tough the tough look at cars. This is the ultimate in car showrooms. See cars from the 1800's to the current cars of the rich and famous. The museum is open all year;Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm; Wednesday - 10am - 9pm; Sunday - noon to 5pm.

Pro Football Hall of Fame
2121 George Halas Dr NW, Canton
330-456-8207
40.821134,-81.397456

All who love football stand up and holler! Don't miss the ultimate in football heaven. Everything you ever wanted to know about football is here in the huge museum. Open everyday of the year except Christmas, the hours from Memorial day through Labor day are 9am to 8pm. The rest of the year, hours are 9am - 5pm. admission is $10 for adults; $6.50 for seniors(62+); $5 for children under 14; and a special rate of $25 for families(parents and dependent children)

Cleveland Museum of Natural History
1 wade oval dr , Cleveland
216-231-4600 or 800-317-9155
41.510014,-81.609902

Get lost in the world of pre-historic times. Imagine what it was like to roam the earth with dinosaurs. Check out what nature has to offer. Rocks, bugs and plants. Don't miss any of them. When you come back to the present, enter the planetarium and buy yourself a star. No wishing on one, these stars are really for sale.

The Cleveland Children's Museum
10730 Euclid Ave, Cleveland
216-791-kids
41.503045,-81.611889

This is one Museum where "don't touch" or "be quiet" are words that your children won't hear. Watch your kids build a bridge or have a look through juno the see-through woman. This extra sensory Museum is open all year 10am to 5pm daily. Admission is free for children under 18 months; $4 for 18 months to 15 yrs; $5 for all others over 16 except $4.50 for seniors. Parking is free.

Cleveland Botanical Garden
11030 East Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
(216)721-1600
41.511542,-81.60913

The naturally landscaped grounds include the Western Reserve Herb Society Garden, The Sears Rose garden, the Evans Reading Garden, the Japanese Garden, and the Wild Flower Garden.
Hours: Weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, closed. Sunday, 2 tp 5 p.m. Grounds are open 24 hours a day.
Admission: Free.

Cleveland Browns Stadium
100 Alfred Lerner Way
Cleveland, OH 44114
440.891.5050
Stadium Tours
440.824.3361
41.504914,-81.700473

Tradition is such an important part of the Browns, so it's important to note that ever since they were born in 1946, they have played on the same site on the shores of Lake Erie.
From 1946-95, their home was Cleveland Municipal Stadium. The Browns won all eight of their league championships there and hosted 17 postseason games. It is also where 15 men -- 14 players and one coach built careers that eventually landed them in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
On that same footprint is Cleveland Browns Stadium, which was opened in 1999. To keep that tradition going, the playing field at Cleveland Browns Stadium runs east to west, just like it did before, and the Dawg Pound can still be found on the east side of the stadium.

Progressive Field
2401 Ontario St. Cleveland, OH 44115
216.420.4444
41.495721,-81.686654

The Cleveland Indians are a professional baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio. They are in the Central Division of Major League Baseball's American League. Since 1994 they have played in Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field). The team's spring training facility is in Winter Haven, Florida, but will move to Goodyear, Arizona in 2009

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Cleveland Attractions

Thanks dog_poop...they've been added and posted.

Rick

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Westside Market

No visit to the Cleveland area is complete without a trip to the Westside Market. Details:
West Side Market
West 25th Street and Lorain Avenue, Cleveland
(216) 664-3386

Owned by the City of Cleveland, the West Side Market is an open air and indoor market with a variety of fruit, vegetables and ethnic specialties. The building with the Italian clock tower was designed by W. Dominick Benes and Charles Hubbell, who designed the Cleveland Museum of Art and other local buildings.

Lat & long

fjr15288 wrote:

No visit to the Cleveland area is complete without a trip to the Westside Market. Details:
West Side Market
West 25th Street and Lorain Avenue, Cleveland
(216) 664-3386

Owned by the City of Cleveland, the West Side Market is an open air and indoor market with a variety of fruit, vegetables and ethnic specialties. The building with the Italian clock tower was designed by W. Dominick Benes and Charles Hubbell, who designed the Cleveland Museum of Art and other local buildings.

41.484177,-81.703365

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Westside Markets

Thanks again...Westside Markets has been added and posted here. I love going there too!
Rick

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Strickland's Frozen Custard

I uploaded a csv file with all 14 Strickland locations. Technically I guess it would be greater Cleveland area or really Akron. Until I looked, I had no idea Stricklands has expanded to CA, FL, and SC.

Cleveland

Ok, I believe this could be a good project, Im living in cleveland and could make my apportation to this project....

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority. RTA

Park-N-Ride

Park for free in a commuter lot and get a ride downtown or another area of the city. There are numerous locations around the county. Park-N-Ride is perfect for riders who want to give their monthly budget a break on gasoline, and park for free on top of it.

RTA Park & Ride-Louis Stokes,14233 Euclid Ave-Cleveland-OH-,41.52942,-81.583318
RTA Park & Ride-Windermere,1800 Windermere St-East Cleveland-OH-,41.527861,-81.584113
RTA Park & Ride-Superior,13113 Superior Ave-Cleveland-OH-,41.52325,-81.591969
RTA Park & Ride-St Clair,23900 Saint Clair Ave-Euclid-OH-,41.589358,-81.512721
RTA - South Park Station,2799 S Park Blvd-Shaker Heights-OH-,41.481991,-81.571585
RTA Park & Ride-Drexmore,2770 Van Aken Blvd-Cleveland-OH-,41.48267,-81.588844
RTA Park & Ride-South Woodland,13899 S Woodland Rd-Cleveland-OH-,41.47923,-81.58523
RTA Park & Ride-Woodhill,9 Buckeye Rd-Cleveland-OH-,41.4882,-81.628769
RTA Park & Ride-Onaway,14799 Onaway Rd-Shaker Heights-OH-,41.472471,-81.577564
RTA Park & Ride-Ashby,15500 Van Aken Blvd-Cleveland-OH-,41.46784,-81.572267
RTA Park & Ride-Avalon,3399 Avalon Rd-Shaker Heights-OH-,41.467233,-81.558914
RTA Park & Ride-Kenmore,18200 Van Aken Blvd-Beachwood-OH-(216) 621-9500,41.466301,-81.551335
RTA Park & Ride-Lynnfield,18800 Van Aken Blvd-Beachwood-OH-,41.466308,-81.546055
RTA Park & Ride-Farnsleigh,20000 Van Aken Blvd-Beachwood-OH-,41.466325,-81.540381
RTA Park & Ride-East 55th,2840 E 55th St-Cleveland-OH-,41.482008,-81.651688
RTA Park & Ride-West Blvd-Cudell,1318 West Blvd-Cleveland-OH-,41.482412,-81.752031
RTA Park & Ride-W 117th-Madison,11631 Madison Ave-Cleveland-OH-,41.476865,-81.767915
RTA Park & Ride-Triskett,13405 Lakewood Heights Blvd-Cleveland-OH-,41.47032,-81.782967
RTA Park & Ride-West Park,14350 Lorain Ave-Cleveland-OH-,41.454499,-81.793884
RTA Park & Ride-W 150th-Puritas,4168 W 150th St-Cleveland-OH-,41.441617,-81.801456
RTA Park & Ride-Brookpark,18010 Brookpark Rd-Cleveland-OH-,41.418816,-81.824439
RTA Park & Ride-Clague Rd,1098 Clague Rd-Bay Village-OH-,41.47697,-81.882439
RTA Park & Ride-Clague Road,1098 Clague Rd-Westlake-OH-,41.471513,-81.882472
RTA Park & Ride-Brecksville,9021 Brecksville Rd-Brecksville-OH-,41.316877,-81.626689
RTA Park & Ride-Westlake,24800 Sperry Dr-Westlake-OH-,41.474539,-81.895429
RTA Park & Ride-Strongsville,9355 Pearl Rd-Strongsville-OH-,41.340024,-81.828956
RTA Park & Ride-Pearl Road,9399 Pearl Rd-Strongsville-OH-,41.33959,-81.829297
RTA Park & Ride-Great Northern Ml,25699 Country Club Blvd-North Olmsted-OH-,41.413749,-81.914665
RTA Park & Ride-Sprague Road,199 Sprague Rd-Berea-OH-,41.350534,-81.863968

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Dave's Markets (Supermarkets)

Dave's Mission Statement:

Our Team Strives To Provide Service
That Is So Outstanding Our Customers Say 'WOW'!

Dave's Supermarkets,15900 Lake Shore Blvd-Cleveland-OH-(216) 486-6458,41.579018,-81.570185

Dave's Supermarket,22501 Shore Center Dr-Euclid-OH-(216) 289-0506,41.608597,-81.524275

Daves,12438 Cedar Rd-Cleveland-OH-(216) 229-2620,41.500942,-81.592869

Dave's Supermarket,13130 Shaker Sq-Cleveland-OH-(216) 658-4180,41.48351,-81.59134

Dave's Supermarket Pharmacies,3301 Payne Ave-Cleveland-OH-(216) 361-0735,41.508853,-81.665435
Dave's Supermarket,3301 Payne Ave-Cleveland-OH-(216) 361-5130,41.508853,-81.665435

Dave's Supermarket,2500 E 40th St-Cleveland-OH-(216) 658-4061,41.490462,-81.65861

Davis Pharmacy,16820 Harvard Ave-Cleveland-OH-(216) 991-8648,41.44964,-81.562372
Dave's Supermarket,16820 Harvard Ave-Cleveland-OH-(216) 991-8654,41.44964,-81.562372

Dave's Supermarket,7422 Harvard Ave-Cleveland-OH-(216) 441-0034,41.448595,-81.636078

Dave's Supermarket,2700 Carroll Ave-Cleveland-OH-(216) 274-2940,41.484724,-81.705749

Dave's Supermarkets,24816 Aurora Rd, #H-Cleveland-OH-(440) 232-8282,41.411594,-81.503672

Dave's Supermarket Pharmacies,3565 Ridge Rd-Cleveland-OH-(216) 961-2005,41.459776,-81.738093
Dave's Supermarkets,3565 Ridge Rd-Cleveland-OH-(216) 961-2000,41.459776,-81.738093

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Cedar Point Amusement Park (America's Roller Coast)

located on a Lake Erie peninsula in Sandusky, Ohio. Nearby major cities include Cleveland (60 miles), Toledo (62 miles), Detroit (115 miles) and Columbus (120 miles). Take the Ohio Turnpike to Exit 118 (US 250) and follow the signs north, or take Exit 110 (SR 4) and follow Route 4 north. Once you get to Sandusky, just follow the signs to the Cedar Point Causeway.

41.476978
82.680315

http://www.cedarpoint.com/

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Cedar Point

Thanks dog_poop but it's already listed under attractions.

Rick

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

The Ohio & Erie Canal with it's towpath, built between 1825 and 1832, provided a successful transportation route from Cleveland, on Lake Erie, to Portsmouth, on the Ohio River. The canal opened up Ohio to the rest of the settled eastern United States.

A map of the Towpath along with the Trail heads and attractions along the way can be found here:
http://www.nps.gov/cuva/planyourvisit/upload/Towpath5Web-2.p...

Valley View
Canal Visitor Center & Lock 38 12 Mile Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 22.353 81 36.770

Tinker's Creek Aqueduct
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 21.892 81 36.519

Lock 37 North 14 Mile Lock Alexander Lock & Frazee House Trailhead
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 21.406 81 35.820
Facilities at the Trailhead: Visitor center, restrooms, parking

Pinery Narrows
Between locks 37 & 36 you will find a narrow valley pass, wide enough for the, Cuyahoga river,
The Ohio & Erie Canal with it's towpath and the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park welcomed its newest residents to this area - a family of Bald Eagles.

Lock 36 North 17 Mile Lock Pinery Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 19.382 81 35.186

Brecksville Dam
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 19.234 81 35.226

Station Road Bridge Trailhead
Accessible to motorists traveling on the CanalWay, just south of Mile Marker 17 on the Towpath Trail
Facilities at the Trailhead:Parking, restrooms

Lock 35 North (Portage Summit Level) - Kettlewell Lock - Whiskey Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 18.630 81 34.917

Goose Pond Weir
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 17.970 81 34.305

Red Lock Trailhead
Accessible to motorists traveling on the CanalWay, just south of Mile Marker 19 on the Towpath Trail, corner of Vaughn and Riverview Roads
Facilities at the Trailhead:Parking, restrooms

Lock 34 North Red Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 17.353 81 33.872

Lock 33 North Lower Wallace Boston Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 16.566 81 33.636

Lock 32 North Boston Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 15.925 81 33.525

Boston Store Trailhead
Accessible to motorists traveling on the CanalWay(Riverview Road) by turning east on Boston Mills Road. It is between Mile Markers 21 and 22 on the Towpath Trail.
Facilities at the Trailhead:Visitor center with gift shop, restrooms, parking, picnic tables

Lock 31 North Lonesome Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 15.105 81 32.753

Peninsula Feeder control gate at the Cuyahoga River
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 14.738 81 33.271

Lock 30 North Peninsula Feeder Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 14.740 81 33.254

Lock 29 Trailhead
Accessible to motorists traveling on the CanalWay, by turning east onto State Route 303 off of Riverview Road, then north on Locust Street and west on West Mill Street. It is just north of Mile Marker 24 on the Towpath Trail.
Facilities at the Trailhead:Parking, restrooms, restaurants

Lock 29 North Peninsula Lock - Peninsula Aqueduct
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 14.566 81 33.024

Lock 28 North Deep Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 13.963 81 33.115

Lock 27 North Johnnycake Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 12.275 81 34.253

Furnace Run Aqueduct
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 12.110 81 34.347

Hunt Farm Trailhead
Accessible to motorists traveling on Bolanz between Riverview Road (Canalway) and Akron-Peninsula Road. It is located near mile post 27 on the Towpath Trail.
Facilities at the Trailhead:Parking, restrooms, food , drinking fountains, picnic tables

Lock 26 North Pancake Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 11.127 81 34.866

Ira Trailhead
Accessible to motorists traveling on the CanalWay, just north of Ira Road. It is located just south of Lock 26 on the Towpath Trail.
Facilities at the Trailhead:Parking, restrooms, picnic tables

Lock 25 North Yellow Creek Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 10.542 81 34.776

Lock 24 North Yellow Creek Lock - Niles Lock
Access Via the Towpath Trail
41 10.335 81 34.681

Botzum / Indian Mound Trailhead
Accessible to motorists traveling on the CanalWay, just south of Bath Road and near the City of Akron Water Pollution Control Station. located just south of mile marker 30 on the Towpath Trail.
Facilities at the Trailhead:Parking, restrooms, picnic tables

I have been riding this towpath for many years now with my wife, with a Magellan Sport mounted on the handlebars of my bike.
I love having A Great Lake (Erie) in my front yard, and a National Park in my backyard.

Plan a Vacation to beautiful Cleveland Ohio you won't be sorry. Use one of your country's National Parks.

This visual was prepared for bicycle riding through CVNP for the Cleveland Project by Dog_Poop

Bob

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Cleveland attractions and restaurants

I'm not going to be around the computer for a few days...taking some time off...talk to everyone soon.

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I'm back

Hi all...sorry I haven't posted here...I've been back for a few days and catching up on some things around here....any new attractions or restaurants for Cleveland? I'll look around through some of my newspapers and see if there is anything else worth posting. Have a great day!!!

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Uploaded new POI's

I'm new to this list and from the Cleveland area. I have uploaded a couple of POI files. My first couple of files are .csv files, although I'm still figuring out the .gpx schema, and once I have it mastered I'll probably do my POI's in that format.

If anyone needs POI's or info for the Cleveland area let me know.