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Lost and Found Policy

It's inevitable that someone may lose or leave something behind. When we find anything, it's put in our lost and found drawer and we attempt to notify who we think it belongs to. If we haven't a clue who the item it belongs, we add it to our lost and found collection with the hope that it's claimed later.

We do not mail the items back, be sure to check your site before leaving.

If you suspect that you left something behind or lost anything, please telephone Joe Rinehart at the Towpath Trail Snack Shack & Peace Park 330.389.1192

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Alexa and her friend Shannon, both from Vermont, were our 1st out-of-state Hipcampers.

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We enjoyed hosting our first out-of-state campers, Alexa and her friend Shannon, both school teachers from Vermont. They decided to travel from Vermont to the Michigan peninsula for a summer adventure due to the COVID-19 quarantine and school break.

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picnic shelter trash can on towpath trailOur Peace Park Rest Area idea came about from my brother Marc sending me a picture of a really nice single table shelter that is on the towpath trail in Cuyahoga Valley in the Boston Mills region. Since our property is located at the intersection of the Greenville Treaty line and the Ohio & Erie Canalway Towpath Trail, we saw it as an opportunity to share the history of the American Revolution era Fort Laurens which was also referred to within the treaty. Fort Laurens is located about 1.5 miles east of our trail location.

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proposed peace park picnic table locationThank you for taking the time to visit our discussion about establishing a Peace Park at the intersection of the Greenville Peace Treaty Line and the Towpath Trail!

We hope that you enjoy your visit and learn a little about America's first Peace Treaty authorized by our first President George Washington and the first US Congress of our current government.

Closed in foul weather notice

All of our foodservice events have been canceled through 2020!

The Snack Shack is closed when it's below 50 or above 90 degrees or in winds above 15 knots!

Towpath Trail Peace Park Campsites

Primitive campsites now available year round even when the Snack Shack is closed for the season! Click the photo below for more information.

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