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I am looking for anywhere to explore near the Akron Ohio area. The places need to have access points already created since we do not want to be breaking and entering. We are relatively new, but have gone to a few places such as the Akron Rubber Bowl (which is easy to get into, but has been vandalized heavily) please help me out, if you need contact info, here is an email address. assmitty97@gmail.com

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Hi there, i see you are new to the forum, i would suggest maybe adding a few reports of places you have been before asking for sites to explore, its really the only way people will know what you are about, look forward to seeing some content from yourself :thumb

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On 03/11/2017 at 12:36 AM, Rob Adventures said:

Hello! I am also new and from Columbus Ohio, I started urbex about a month ago.

 

Always interesting to see stuff from over there, stick what you have up 😀

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I am not from ohio but I am not far. I am from PA. not sure how far you are willing to travel but I have many places on the east coast!

 

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