Here are pictures of Chicagami Park in the Geauga Park District if anyone is curious. It is primitive, no electric...not that we need electric. Vault bathrooms that are actually very nice. No running water.
As for parking, I'm assuming that if the location can hold 50 people, there should be sufficient parking.
I haven't been before, but I know others have been and said good things about it.
I have nothing against heading north to Geauga (heck, we have family in Cleveland so we are up there 2-3 times a month), however, most of the OHangers are located in the southern half of the state and that makes it at least a 2 hour drive for the majority of us.
Does anyone live near the park that TenderToe is talking about? If so can you drive by and look at? This would be greatly appreciated.
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Also....ideally an "annual Ohio spring hang" and "annual Ohio fall hang" would be awesome.
I'm just thinking out loud since this needs bumped so the thread doesn't die too far down the list.
What about private farm land w/ a wooded area? I have a few friends who might be able to help. The farm land is w/in 20 min of columbus... just an idea.
"Its ok... I have a hammock!"
I do have a nice piece of land that we could use for free. But it is near Brookville Indiana. But would be willing to offer it up.
Bump, bump....come on Ohio, chime in here
Not sure where the free goup site is at Caeser Creek But it's in my area, I'll check it out. As far as raffle stuff goes I feel it should be a casual bring an item and your name goes in the hat. No money or restrictions on what the item should be except dont bring an UQ if you are not prepared to get a homemade alchohol stove. I've done the loop hike there. Eric, if you have any info on the location of the group spot is let me know.
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