Improvements have been made to the common areas along the TowPath Trail in Downtown Akron especially the area directly behind Canal Park Stadium. To celebrate what is new at Lock 2 you are invited to some events at lunch and in the evening. There will be lunch hour events at the lock, (one was today) […]
Don and I joined the Spin-Offs Cyclists Bicycle Club on Sunday on their Inside/Out Sunday in the Park ride. The ride focused on the Inside/Out art along the TowPath trail. Inside/Out is a project by the Akron Art Museum that brings high quality art reproductions from the Akron Art Museums Collection outside. We rode north […]
The ceremony was this morning. It was attended by city, state and local officials, sponsors, local business persons and the public. You may have been there, too as one of the aforementioned persons. Below are some shots taken at the construction site. As you are walking on the TowPath trail with the Snyder Avenue Trailhead […]
As reported In the Region section of today’s Akron Beacon Journal the TowPath Trail at U.S. Route 224 is closed for 3 weeks. Metro Parks Serving Summit County announced an under the trail pipe is being replaced and the trail will be impassable during the project. Weather permitting, work is expected to be completed by […]
There was a water main break and we woke up to a gusher in the middle of the street a couple of stores down from our shop. The street is closed however you can park around the corner on Park, we will be open our normal hours today- 10am-6pm.
2012 marked the celebration of two long awaited sections of the trail: Bartges St. and Wolf Creek to Eastern Road in Barberton. There has also been news this year of the construction and or the completion of connecting trails to allow access to the popular trail: The Richard Howe House connector, the Northside Connecter to […]