|Answer Key for Tour Summit County by GPS|
Tour Summit County by GPS Answer Key
Resist the temptation to look at the answers below until you reach each destination by using GPS coordinates only.
The Anna–Dean Farm is a historic 1891 farm in Barberton, Ohio, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors are welcome to explore the grounds at any time. There are 8 of the original barns and buildings on the estate.
248 Robinson Ave
Barberton, OH 44203
Start here 41°03'33.2"N 81°32'31.5"W to get to the floating pathway.
Floating Pathway: 41°02'56.8"N 81°32'37.1"W
Walk on an amazing floating bridge along Summit Lake on the TowpathTrail at the southern tip of Summit Lake.
380 W Crosier St
Akron, OH 44311
The highest elevation in Summit County is 1,320 feet above sea level. The sign is at 41°15'00.3"N 81°39'44.9"W
4398 Broadview Road
While at 1,320 Above go to Preserve at these coordinates: 41°14'54.9"N 81°40'38.8"W
While at the Highest Elevation in Summit County, visit Richfield Heritage Preserve, open from dawn to dusk for self-guided, outdoor hikes over 336 acres of wooded trails with challenging hills and valleys. on trails around the lake and fishing.
4374 Broadview Rd
Richfield, OH 44286
Ohio’s Largest Live Here
Bird watch and photograph Ohio’s largest birds, the Great Blue Herons return to this nesting place every year. They live 30-70 feet high in the sycamore trees. Watch as they build their nest and bring fish to their young ones to eat.
Limited parking on the side of the road.
Peninsula, OH 44264
First Walked this Path
This Native American Carrying a Canoe Historic Landmark marks the terminus points of the Portage Path Portage Path and Merriman Road of the historic American Indian portage path. Walk along the path to discover 50 bronze arrowhead statues mark the exact route of the Portage Path.
Learn more bout the
first people to walk the Portage Path and more here.
Portage Path and
The Last Remaining in Summit County
Visit the last remaining covered bridge in Summit County, EverettCovered Bridge – walk across and take a hike on the Valley Trail or along Oak Hill Rd, or Furnace Run Trail.
2370 Everett Road