We found the park itself easily, but there were not any good signs to the falls or the trail to the falls. We asked a woman who was walking along one of the roads and she steered us in the right direction. We parked and crossed the bridge and walked the trail. I would guess that it is about a quarter of a mile to the falls (or maybe less). The trail is easy and well maintained,
Unfortunately, we are in the middle of a drought and the amount of water going over the falls is minimal................almost just a trickle.
We went back to my car and had cold drinks. We met this man
We decided to walk to the lower falls. We found it easily
Beyond the lower falls there is another section of the park. On the way back to the car, I decided to hide a geocache.
Then we headed into the village of Akron, stopping at a small park to find a geocache.
Mary Ann had my GPS and she walked right to it and found it right away.
We headed to Main Street and looked for a place for lunch. We settled on
It is more than a bakery. They offer soups and sandwiches and more, including frozen custard three days a week.
Mary Ann and I each had a grilled chicken sandwich. Mine was BBQ and I chose pasta fagoile for my side
We were happy with our meals. We also went to a couple of other stores. One was a really neat "market" and this has mainly collectibles.