Ice House Park - Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania
Posted by: Algoma!
N 41° 36.202 W 080° 18.073
17T E 558229 N 4605976
Quick Description: A brand new park, dedicated in 2009. Commemorates the Ice House industry which used to line the southern shore of Conneaut Lake.
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 10/23/2009 1:19:39 PM
Waymark Code: WM7GG0
This park is not only here to preserve the memory of the Ice Houses which were there in the early 20th century, but to preserve the view of the Conneaut Lake, PA's largest natural freshwater lake, which was glacially created. There are 16 dedicated benches on an west to east arc, and a water fountain in the middle. The coordinates are for the three glacial boulder markers (with plaques) at the SW corner, donated by the local gravel company.
Name: Ice House Park
Street Location: Rt 322 & North 1st Street
Local Municipality: Conneaut Lake
State/Province, etc.: PA
Country: United States
Web Site: [Web Link]
Date Established: 2009
Picnic Facilities: None, just nice benches
Monuments/Statues: Three boulders with plaques
Art (murals/sculpture, etc.): Concrete trace of railroad tracks that ran past ice houses.
Ponds/Lakes/Streams/Rivers/Beach: Conneaut Lake
Special Events: Fourth of July Fireworks viewing
Memorial/Commemoration: Not listed
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