2011 Fall Foliage Tour – Medina County Ohio

(as submitted by Medina County Visitor Bureau)

The Medina County Fall Fooilage Tour has been a tradition since 1968.  It is a drive-it-yourself tour and each year, the host stops will be in different parts of Medina County.  You can follow the tour map from the beginning to the end or you can focus on only the stops you want to.  The tour is sponsored by the Medina County Park District, Medina Soil and Water Conservation District, Medina County OSU Extension Office, Medina County District Library and the Medina County Visitor Bureau.

The 2011 Tour will take place on October 8th and 9th from Noon until 6pm both days. 

Stop #1  is always Pioneers in the Park at Buckeye Woods Park.
Stop #2 is the Izaak Walton League on Friendsville Road.
Stop #3 is Litchfield Circle of the Western Reserve which consists of the Litchfield Historical Society, Old School House, Litchfield United Church of Christ and Litchfield Town Hall.
Stop #4  is MGM Landscaping on Stone Road.
Stop #5 is York Historical Campus on Spellman Street.
Stop #6 is the Buckeye Branch of the Medina County District Library on Wolff Road.
Stop #7 is Wolff Farms on Wolff Road.
Stop #8 is the Medina County Historical Society, home to the John Smart Home.
Stop #9 is Medina County Agricultural Society on West Smith Road.

Drive-by Points of Interest are:  Chatham General Store on Avon Lake Road; Sunset Meadow Farm on Stone Road; Sign our Stream, Champion Creek, State Road; Medina County Home on Wedgewood Road and the 2011 Big Tree Contest Winner on Wedgewood Road.

The committee requests that you:
Follow the arrow directions for traffic safety and flow; Note that some sites do not allow pets or require that pets be leashed; Respect the orange tape as boundaries set by hosts; Respect starting time (Noon) and ending time (6pm) and carpool to save gasoline and parking spaces.

For a map please click here.

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