Summit Metro Parks is Autism Friendly Summit Metro Parks strives to be inclusive of all citizens, and has taken extra steps to accommodate families and individuals who live with Autism. Summit Metro Parks teamed up with the Autism Society of Greater Akron to join the Autism Friendly Communities program. Staff received special training to assist visitors who may have autism or other developmental disabilities in order to be more accommodating. At times the Nature Realm Visitors Center experiences high visitation. Contact us at the number below if you'd like assistance planning your visit. Plan Your Visit: Find location details and a map of F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm here. Downloads: Social Story: My Visit to the Nature Realm Visitors Center Social Story: My Visit to Touch-A-Truck Scavenger hunt: Mammals Scavenger hunt: Birds Family restrooms are available. Accessible walkways Food & drink is permitted! Please leave crayons and markers at home. Service animals on leashes are permitted in the visitors center. Get in Touch: Sometimes we can make special arrangements based on a family's need. To learn how we can accommodate your visit, contact Meghan Doran at 330-864-8431. How did we do? We'd love your feedback. What worked well, or what could be improved? Please let us know about your experience visiting our center. Click here to provide your feedback.