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Latitude
41.7200805552871
Longitude
-81.26724243164062
Trail Directions
once you get into the city of painesville ohio about 30 miles from clevland to the east go towards the city of fairport ask for directions go either elmn street or n state drive down n state untill you get onto the other side of the bridge and then stop go down the little hill towwards the rive you will see a path behind you toi your left once you get down go up that to your right and go to the en take another right and that is where it starts on elm street you can either statyr out at the red or yellow gates on the left side of the road both trails are right by each other
Trail Length
about 12 between all of them
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Fire Roads
City/County
painesville
   


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Review Date
April 8, 2003

Overall Rating
 1 of 5

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Reviewed by: Dennis , from Painesville

Summary:
Do NOT use this trail. It is not a rumor; the site is a toxic waste dump on the epa superfund clean up list. For more info, see http://www.epa.gov/superfund/sites/nplsites/0504696n.htm

Recommended Route:
None. Stay away. It is a restricted site. Trespassing is not only illegal, it's dangerous.



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Review Date
January 1, 2003

Overall Rating
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Reviewed by: Jay , from Willoughby, Ohio

Summary:
This place is gated off for a reason. I've taken my Jeep back there when I had one. My mouth started tasting like I ate a penney, and the ground/dirt surrounding the area is nasty. Rumour has it that there was toxic dumping going on at sometime in the past. It may have been cleaned up but there is no possible reason why someone would want to tresspass onto this place. I suggest staying away from this place at any cost.

Recommended Route:
No (legal) route available



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