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About the Report
This piece is produced annually and mailed to elected officials and Summit County residents.*
*We only send publications to in-county residents because the park district is funded by Summit County tax dollars.
Roughly 500 acres of the Virginia Kendall section of Cuyahoga Valley National Park were managed by Metro Parks until 1974.
The Indian Signal Tree, an unusually formed Bur oak in Cascade Valley Metro Park, was reportedly shaped by Native Americans to serve as a marker on the old Portage Trail between the Cuyahoga and Tuscarawas rivers.