Sand Run Parkway and many of the shelters and other structures along its route were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the 1930s. The park opened in 1929 and was the first Metro Park in Summit County. Mingo Indians used the Mingo Pavilion area as a campsite.
The locker-room nameplates read like a Who's Who in the world of golf. It's a purist's course for those who enjoy and accept the total challenge of the game. The clubs also boasts a great course that demands a complete game.
Set in a section of the Cleveland Metroparks, the course is a statement for the preservation of the hardwood. Many trees are an integral part of the course. It's crowded on the weekends, but worth the wait.
Fifty-acre Silver Creek Lake has a swimming beach (a fee is charged in the summer) and fishing and boating facilities. The Bridle Trail is the only one in the Summit County system for horses and their owners.