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#IHEARTSTARK: Visit Stark County Attractions Virtually

November 18, 2020 – Join us to for Virtual Visits to Holiday Happenings, as we go Facebook live from Stark County attractions.

We invite you to explore the beauty of Stark County – from the comfort of your own home – and enjoy the Holiday Happenings at Stark County attractions. This series of Facebook Live videos will allow you to virtually visit these activities in Stark County, while you admire and plan your future visitations to these activities. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this moment of bliss provided by Visit Canton. #IHEARTSTARK

Holiday Stroll @ Five Oaks Historic Home | Friday, November 20 at 10:00AM

Enjoy Holiday lights and decorations at the Historic Five Oaks home in Massillon. Stroll through the McClymonds’ home as it looked in the 1900’s.  An audio program will be available in most rooms.  Gift Shop will also be open. Find out about the event and learn how to make reservations for the Holiday Stroll. View our Facebook Live of a Sneak Peak of the Holiday Stroll from Friday, November 20th. 

Holiday Wonders in the Garden | Friday, November 27 at 7:00PM

Beech Creek Garden glows with holiday spirit and is transformed into a natural wonderland filled with unique areas to explore and things to learn. Find out more about the event and all of the family-friendly activities being offered for the Holiday Wonders in the Garden

Stadium Park Drive-Thru Holiday Lights | Wednesday, December 2 at 7:00PM

Check out the Drive-Thru Holiday Light Display at Stadium Park. With over 30 holiday light displays, it’s a fun drive-through location. Cost is FREE. Stadium Park is located at Schroyer Ave. S.W., in Canton. To find out more information call Canton Parks and Recreation at 330.456.4521.

McKinley Presidential Library & Museum | Tuesday, December 8 at 12:00PM

Take a step back in time and enjoy the holiday decorations throughout the Street of Shops at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum. There Museum is filled with holiday cheer and a variety of decorations to enhance your visitation throughout the season. 

Explore our Colors of Fall 2020 Facebook Live Series

Quail Hollow Park | Tuesday, October 6 for the Sunset at 6:55PM

Quail Hollow Park, located in Hartville, features over 700 acres of rolling meadows, marshes, pine and deciduous woods surrounding a 40-room house. Scenic woodland trails, gardens and the house offer a variety of natural and cultural experiences for visitors. View our Facebook Live video from Tuesday, October 6 for the Sunset at 6:55PM. 

The Wilderness Center | Friday, October 9 for the Sunrise at 7:30AM

The Wilderness Center, located in Wilmot, is a nature center with over 10 miles of hiking trails, including an old-growth forest, a lake, a pond, a look-out tower and prairies. View our Facebook Live video from Friday, October 9 for the Sunrise at 7:30AM.

McKinley Monument | Monday, October 12 for the Sunrise at 7:30AM

The McKinley Monument, located in Canton, is the final resting place for the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley. After his death, it was fitting that the President be laid to rest in the city where his career began, the place where he found his true love and ran for the highest office in the land. We took the 108 steps to the top, so watch the Facebook Live video from Monday, October 12 for the Sunrise at 7:30AM.

Walborn Reservoir | Wednesday, October 14 for the Sunset at 6:45PM

Walborn Reservoir, located in Alliance, has nearly 1,800 acres of terrain and open water. Natural surface trails take you through pine woods, oak and hickory forests, and wildflower areas. Plus, you don’t want to miss one of the most interesting places in all of Walborn Reservoir, the Eagle Observation Deck! View our Facebook Live from Wednesday, October 14 for the Sunset at 6:45PM.

Sippo Lake Park | Monday, October 19 for the Sunset at 6:30PM

Sippo Lake Park, nestled between Canton and Massillon, where trails line the shoreline, loop through the wetlands and forests, and connect to three different park entrances. With 300 acres to explore, hike, bike, fish and paddle at Sippo Lake Park. View our Facebook Live from Monday, October 19 for the Sunset at 6:30PM.

Congressman Ralph Regula Towpath Trail | Thursday, October 22 for the Sunrise at 7:40AM

Enjoy 26 miles of the iconic Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail in Stark County. The Towpath Trail and bordering park lands follow the route of the Ohio & Erie Canal through what once were three thriving canal villages, now the cities of Canal Fulton and Massillon and the Village of Navarre. This Stark County section is part of the 110-mile Ohio & Erie Canal National Heritage Area which extends north all the way to Cleveland and south to New Philadelphia. Our adventures will take us to Canal Fulton, view our Facebook Like from Thursday, October 22 for the Sunrise at 7:40AM.

Allison Rowe


Allison Rowe is the Marketing Coordinator for Visit Canton.  She enjoys shopping, spending time with friends & family, going to concerts, and watching football!  Allison can be found trying new restaurants, exploring museums, and hanging out at Canton First Fridays. Have an update or comment about the blog? Reach out at

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