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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 Summit County residents because the park district is funded by a local real-estate tax.
Gorge Metro Park once contained two amusement parks. Among them was High Bridge Glens, which opened in 1882 and featured a thrilling rollercoaster and a dance hall.
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.
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