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Mary Campbell Cave was named for a pioneer girl, who was captured in Pennsylvania by Delaware Indians and brought to the cave, where she lived as a child of Chief Netawatwees. She was released after five years, during the 1764 treaty ending the French and Indian War.

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.

Visit Portage, and test your iron game. Small, fast, well-guarded greens offer the best golfers a challenge.

Land donated by both the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and Gilbert Waltz gave this Metro Park its start in 1930.

It's an awe-inspiring, challenging course that draws golfers from all communities. The front offers trees and a rolling terrain; the back offers unusual holes over cliffs and hillsides. It's home to one of the best junior-golfer programs in the area.

This is an award-winning Hurdzan Design Group golf course and home to Bill Reilly, a PGA professional of the year. It has a gourmet dining area, sparkling swimming pool, and three clay tennis courts.

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