Historic Sites

Coal Mining Heritage Park and Loop Trail

What do you get when you combine over 100 years of history, an abandoned coal mine, six distinct biozones on 29.2 acres and a lot of enthusiasm? A ...

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McComb Park/Beaver Memorial Garden

This park features a water fountain, seating area, gazebo and a beautiful memorial ...

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Settler's Cabin Park

Archaeologists from Carnegie Museum of Natural History helped identify the origins of the 1780 log cabin that gives Settlers Cabin Park its name. The themes of the 11 groves and shelters are Indian names: Algonquin, Seneca, Apache, Tomahawk. At 1589 acres, this park was intended to be the largest ...

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Ford Field

Within walking distance to the charming stores and restaurants of downtown Northville, Ford Field can be found adjacent to the historical Mill Race Village and the meandering Middle Rouge River . This six-acre park includes a lighted ball diamond, playground, 1/4 mile asphalt path, picnic tables and areas for ...

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Marsh Creek Park and Historic House

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Heritage House (historical site); Heritage garden; Memorial tree park; Picnic tables; Accessible play structure; 20 off-road parking spaces; and Paved and unpaved ...

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Fishermans Landing

Featuring the Grant Historical House, this scenic 7.48-acre community river park is a perfect wayside stop for travelers and a convenient site for community events. The shaded pavilion and 2 grills with restrooms nearby, path and boardwalk invite picnics and leisurely strolls. The fishing deck accommodates fishing, and may ...

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Fort Tryon Park

Built by Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., son of the architect of Central Park, in 1935, and gifted to the city of New York by John D. Rockefeller in 1917, Fort Tryon Park remains one of the city's most beautiful outdoor pieces of art and one of the best presents ...

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Memorial Parkway Akron Dog Park

The Memorial Parkway Akron Dog Park and Soccer Fields are located at 499 Memorial Parkway, in Akron's 1st Ward. The dog park occupies approximately 3.2 acres with large open areas and soccer fields located immediately north of the dog play area. The park itself is located to the north ...

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Rockport Park

This 246 acre regional park features: Picturesque XC Trails, Outdoor Pool, Concession Stand, Peace Park Playground and Pavilion, Soccer Field, Restrooms, Paved Trail, Historic ...

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Hickory Bluff Park

This park features: Historic Features, Multi-Purpose Field/Open ...

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