Lincoln Park, Youngstown

Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park Drive
Youngstown, Ohio 44506

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Lincoln Park, Youngstown
Coordinates: 41.091969, -80.618512
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About Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park,  on the east side of Youngstown, is bordered by Oak Street and Lincoln Park Drive. A stream that is a tributary to the Mahoning River runs through the park.

Council Rock is located in Lincoln Park. According to legend, Native Americans from several tribes met at Council Rock in 1775, to celebrate a recent victory over the British in a French and Indian War battle. During the celebration, lightning struck the rock and caused it to split. The lightning and storm also caused the deaths of four chiefs and three hundred tribesmen. Because of this event, Native Americans abandoned the site for many years.
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No restroom facilities.