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At the Nature Realm, 16 acres have been developed into an arboretum, featuring a collection of more than 300 varieties of trees and shrubs.
This is a private country club with golf course, pool, and a restaurant.

Like the South's great roadside BBQ stands, this little eatery is tucked into a Plain-Jane building with minimal charm. Fortunately, the tender, slow-smoked meats -- ribs, brisket, pork tenderloin, chicken,turkey,and sausage -- more than make up for it. Add tang with one of a half-dozen house-made sauces representing various regional styles. Carry out or dine in.
A man’s man’s daiquiri bar, Fat Tuesday has Golden Tee, a big-screen TV, pool tables, a jukebox full of gravel, and colorful, slushy frozen drinks that pack a punch.
It's a private country club and the home of the NEC World Series of Golf.

With its canal, meandering river, two ponds, and a large swamp, Firestone is one of the finest protected wetland areas in Summit County. Fish, crayfish, frogs, and turtles are found along the streams. The swamp, forest, and wet meadow shelter foxes, raccoons, skunks, muskrats, rabbits, mice, voles, and moles, along with many beautiful summer and fall wildflowers.

The facility has a lighted driving range, pro shop, bar & grille, and pavilion for outings. Soft spikes are required.
One part vacation-town bar and one part homestyle restaurant, Fisher's is a favorite stop for brewskies and burgers (or salads and ice cream) after biking or hiking on the nearby Towpath Trail. In warm weather, seats on the shaded patio become prime real estate.
Operated by chef Shawn Monday (One Red Door), Flip Side builds its gourmet burgers from all-natural, grass-fed Ohio beef, a welcome change from the corn-fed versions everywhere else. Nearly a dozen different models are available, plus the expected crunchy sides like onion rings, french fries, and housemade potato chips. Great milkshakes and craft beers round out this urban saloon-style eatery.
This course offers a good junior program, beautifully landscaped tee boxes, and a solid layout. It's home to many charity events in the Akron area.

Far nicer than its deceptively grungy exterior, this lounge is lined with shirts from local organizations, and the jukebox is stocked with rock.
This comedy club south of Cleveland books many of the region’s best comics, in addition to top-flight headliners.
In 1929, the family of Charles Francis Brush Jr. donated 272 acres in the Brushwood Area. Along Old Mill Trail, hikers can see a marker which says, in part, "To all those who love as he loved the far sky and smiling land." Much of the park was developed during the 1930s with work-relief crews.

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