Parma Center Travel Guide

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Parma Center Local Customs

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    Parm Town Hall is the communities' center

    by davecallahan Updated Aug 18, 2007

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    Parma has had many communities grow and exist for a while then be absorbed by other communities. For example, North Parma has been included now into Parma itself and Parma Center is no longer a community but just a location in Parma. (Parma Center is at 043-15-31N 077-47-28W)

    Parma does still have these communities:
    Bartlett Corners... an out-of-date reference to an area on route 259 that is part of Hilton
    http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/d6398/cc69c/
    Collamer... just west of Hilton
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    Hilton... village just north of Parma
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    Parma... the village included within the boundaries of the township
    Parma Corners... just south of Parma
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Parma Center Warnings and Dangers

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    by davecallahan Written Apr 1, 2007

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    I could find nothing in the crime stats that indicated that Parma was anything but a very safe place to live or visit. No murders or rapes or robberies recorded. Just a few thefts were on the information sheets.

    So, you can be sure you will have a safe visit in Parma, but lock your doors anyways just to prevent yourself from becoming that one in a thousand victim.

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    • Women's Travel
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Parma Center Off The Beaten Path

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    fishing pond (from the ads) 4 more images

    by davecallahan Updated Apr 27, 2007

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    This is a very large park (110 acres) for so small a town. It reflects the communities interest in healthy and strong children. The park has ball fields, tennis courts, play grounds, a few picnic tables and a rentable pavilion. It also has a large fishing pond and fine hiking trails, a couple of which are also secluded enough for birding in spring and fall.
    Recently they have added a large skate/skateboard cemented area for the many advocates of that new and rising sport.

    to get there:
    1300 Parma-Hilton Town Line Road

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    • Hiking and Walking

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Parma Center Sports & Outdoors

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    by davecallahan Updated May 4, 2007

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    Nine Hole golf course open to the public from May to October. (They have added a five hole practice course for beginners).
    The 9-hole course is 900 yards for $15. The fairways are easy but the greens are small and tricky.

    The facilities are family owned and operated. Besides the course there is a small club house where you can get some refreshments. They have a resident local pro who can help your with you technique or sell you some extra balls.

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    • Road Trip

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