"If we ignore nature.....maybe it'll go away."
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From: "Mark" <markb_at_columbus.rr.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2003 6:58 PM
Subject: NANFA-- Ohio Trip This Weekend: Beaver Creek Instructions and
> I'm passing along this notice so no one who may be interested will
> miss out. The date of the meeting is Saturday, April 3rd. The
> writer was Todd Crail:
> Greetings Ohio NANFAns :)
> Sorry this is coming so late. I'm glad to see people are interested in
> going out on Saturday :) I've been having trouble catching back up after
> vacation... But here's the skinny and I'll try and get out the Grand River
> info ASAP (Nick can you send me the details for the 10th trip to the
> The directions are to the Nature Center, where we will be meeting around
> 12:00 pm. Please stop by there, if no one is there when you arrive (like
> closer to 1:00), take the road down the hill into the park. In the
> you'll be able to see the bridge and this is where we'll be doing our
> The actual event is from 1:00 to 3:00... Hopefully we can organize a trip
> afterward to a headwater somewhere to see dace and stuff (Michelle, any
> The directions are: (more info below them)
> Coming from the North - there are 2 main ways.
> #1 - Take the Ohio Turnpike to exit 16 (the last exit in Ohio, North
> Lima). After paying the toll, head south on Route 7 (left ramp). You
> will stay straight on Rt 7 almost the whole way there. You will go
> through a stop light in North Lima, one at 7/14 truckstop, a flashing
> light at 14/46, a stop light at 558/517 (our house would be a right on
> 558, 7th house on right after the RR underpass #43716, 330-482-4009), a
> stop light in Rogers, then when you get out past Rogers, watch for the
> big sign on your left that says Beaver Creek Golf Course and next to
> that is the Beaver Middle School. Make an immediate left to drive past
> the school (it will be on your left) and you will go around some curves,
> then on your left you will see a park sign on Echo Dell Road. Turn left
> there, and shortly you will see the Center on the right and go a little
> further and the main park entrance with the bridge area will be on your
> #2 - Take the Ohio Turnpike to exit 15, follow 80/76 to the East like
> you are headed to Youngstown. After the exit at Route 46, you will see
> the exit ramp to get on Route 11 south. Take Route 11 South to the
> Beaver Creek Park Exit/ Route 7 (you will have passed Austintown,
> Canfield, Columbiana, Leetonia, and I think 2 Lisbon exits). Exit Route
> 7 North (park sign points that way I believe) and drive maybe 6-8
> minutes. When you go past Beaver High School on your left, slow down.
> You will need to make a right turn after a small group of pine trees
> (before the Middle school and the golf course sign), and then drive
> along the Middle School (school will be on your left). I don't know the
> name of this road - sorry. Go around some curves, then on your left you
> will see a park sign on Echo Dell Road. Turn left there, and shortly
> you will see the Center on the right and go a little further and the
> main park entrance with the bridge area will be on your right.
> From Columbus - I rarely drive this way, so bear with me here on
> some guessing. If you take Rt 71 North, you will hit Route 76 East to
> Youngstown. You will pass the Turnpike Exit 15, and then follow the
> directions above where I describe going 11 South.
> If you prefer to take 70 East, then 77 North, then you will see the
> Route 30 (I think it says to East Liverpool). Route 30 goes through
> Lisbon, and in Lisbon you can pick up 11 south and follow above
> You are welcome to extend your stay by overnighting at the park (there
> are campsites available, you would have to contact the park/website).
> There is also a bed and breakfast very near to us, where we seined the
> second stream, \
> it is called the Inn at Willow Pond. The owners are known for their
> of Mexican and SouthWestern antiques. They have a webpage.
> The day is on an Ohio Free Fishing day, so if you've not picked up a
> liscence, don't worry about it for this weekend. Perfect timing, huh? :)
> Bring any gear you have... I'm not sure what all we have within our
> collective. I will be bringing an aquarium and filter so we can set up a
> little display, so shore bound folks can really get a good look at the
> animals. If you have any other thoughts, questions, comments... Feel free
> to contact me via email or by phone 419-539-6810.
> Hope to see you out there! :)
> I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record.
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