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Explore Trumbull County with your friend, Wally! He’ll lead the way on this fun scavenger hunt through 8 different stops. From city to rural life, Wally will provide you with a little tour of the county. The first 200 pass holders to complete this quest will unlock the secret location to pick up a free plush Wally! One plush per pass while supplies last.

What Wally Wants You to Know

Where's Wally? Scavenger Hunt

  • Mobile exclusive
  • Instantly delivered via text and email
  • No apps to download
  • Explore Trumbull County!

How this Pass Works

Step 1 - Get Your Pass

This mobile exclusive passport is a scavenger hunt around Trumbull County where you can learn about our history and try to find Wally at the same time.

Step 2 - Receive Text and Add to Your Homescreen

Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately! There is no app to download. Your pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access.

Step 3 - Start Your Scavenger Hunt

When visiting a scavenger hunt location simply consult your mobile device at each site and "tap your paw to check in". Answer questions for fun. Check in at all sites and get the secret location to win an official Where's Wally? Plush! *One plush per pass while supplies last*

Included Venues

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Mosquito Lake State Park
This nearly 4,000-acre park offers year-round recreational activities. During the summer months, water recreation rules. Pontoon, fishing boats and kayaks are available to rent. There is a 600-foot beach for swimming and you can hike, bike, and even ride your own horse on its 10 mile birdle...
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First Flight Lunar Module
This half-scale replica of Apollo 11’s lunar landing module, is nearly 13 feet tall and 12 feet wide, marks the site where the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong took his first airplane flight at the age of six.

The future astronaut developed an early interest in flying and on July 26, 1936,...
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Canoe City Metropark
This nearly 18-acre park located on the Mahoning River is the oldest County MetroPark and an excellent area for fishing as well as a launch and pullout site for canoes and kayaks. It is the designated pullout point before the Leavittsburg Dam.

The park features a large parking lot and space for...
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Newton Falls Covered Bridge
The Newton Falls covered bridge, built in 1831, and constructed over the Mahoning River, is the last surviving covered bridge in Trumbull County.

  • The oldest bridge still in use on its original site in Ohio

  • The oldest covered bridge in the state with a covered crosswalk

  • The...
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    Mesopotamia National Historic District
    Mesopotamia is the second-largest Amish community in Ohio and the fourth-largest in the nation.

    The historic district — also known as the Commons — features 21 buildings built before the Civil War that are all included on the National Register of Historic Places.

    Every summer, Mespo hosts...
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    Kinsman Town Square
    Kinsman Township was purchased by John Kinsman of Lisbon, Connecticut in 1799 from the Connecticut Land Company. He rode on horseback from Connecticut across the Allegheny mountains through Pittsburgh, PA. By 1805 as many as 50 families had settled in Kinsman.

    In 2018, the Pymatuning Creek in...
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    Emerald Railroad Engine Hubbard
    Nehemiah Hubbard purchased the Hubbard Township property, from the Connecticut Land Co. and made his first sale to a Connecticut surveyor, Samuel Tylee. In 1801, Tylee, and his family became the first permanent settlers in the area.

    In the 1860s iron, coal, and steel works were a daily part of...
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    McKinley Memorial Library & Museum
    This Memorial and Library honors the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley, who was born and raised in Niles, Ohio.He was the only President who entered the Civil War as an enlisted man and the last Civil War veteran to become President.