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Maple Lakes Recreational Park is ideally located for discovering the recreation and entertainment of the greater Akron and Cleveland, Ohio area.


Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio is 364 acres of family fun on Lake Erie and houses a world-record 17 roller coasters and 75 rides. Enjoy two water parks, a mile-long stretch of white sand beach, go karts, miniature golf and much more!

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a refuge for native plants and wildlife, and provides routes of discovery for visitors along the winding Cuyahoga River.

The Akron Zoo will put you nose to nose, beak and snout of over 700 animals which include endangered Sumatran tigers, Malayan sun bears, snow leopards, Humboldt penguins, jaguars, lemurs, Chinese alligators and many more! As an accredited conservation zoo – given to only one in ten zoos nationwide – the Akron Zoo participates in breeding programs to preserve endangered species.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is located on the Lake Erie shore in Cleveland and is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the history of the most popular and most influential rock and roll performers and producers and other industry figures.

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The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is divided into several themed areas, including: The African Savanna take you on “safari” through grassy plains of the African Savanna where lions, giraffes, zebras, gazelles, a variety of African birds, black rhinos, colobus monkeys, warthogs, tapirs and hippos reside. The Australian Adventure offers views of free-roaming kangaroos and wallabies, plus Merino sheep, goats, and other farm animals. The Northern Trek is home to cold climate bears, Siberian tigers, reindeer, Thorold’s deer, Bactrian camels, harbor seals, sea lions, beavers and gray wolves. The Primate, Cat & Aquatics Building features gorillas, chimpanzees, lemurs, Aldabra tortoises, cheetahs, rare snow leopards, Madagascan fossas, sharks, piranhas, giant Pacific octopus and living coral. The RainForest holds a virtual rain forest with a waterfall and more than 6,000 jungle plants and over 600 animals from Asia, Africa and the Americas.


The Pro Football Hall of Fame in nearby Canton, Ohio invites you to explore the history of the National Football League in the place where it all began in 1920 with the American Professional Football Association. The legacy of professional football is highlighted by the exhibits of the hall of fame inductees.