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Travel Logistics
The 79th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference will be held at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown - a contemporary hotel located in the heart of Cleveland's vibrant downtown area with views of Lake Erie and the Cleveland skyline.
Host Hotel
Overnight accomodations are available to conference participants at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown Hotel at a discounted rate of $139/night plus tax. This rate will be available until January 4, 2019, or when the room block is filled. To make a reservation, use the online reservation site or call the Hilton Cleveland at 216-413-5000 and mention the group code: MFWC.
Area Information
Make the most of your time in Cleveland! Visit www.thisiscleveland.com to learn about what Cleveland has to offer.

Show Your Badge Program: To ensure you have a memorable experience in Cleveland, we've partnered with local restaurants, attractions, shopping venues, spas, and sports and recreation organizations to provide exclusive discount offers through the Show Your Badge program. To participate, simply show your conference badge when visiting participating partners found at www.thisiscleveland.com/syb in order to receive their exclusive offer.
About Cleveland, Ohio
The city of Cleveland got its name from its founder, General Moses Cleaveland, a surveyor from Connecticut who ventured west along Lake Erie and eventually landed in a forested area with the Cuyahoga River on one side and Lake Erie on another. He thought, “Yes, this would make a great place for a city!” And so, in 1796, Cleveland was officially born. Why was the "a" dropped? A local newspaper didn't have enough space on its masthead to fit it, so the letter was dropped. The name stuck ever since. Cleveland is home to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum, and the Great Lakes Science Center.

Did you know... The Cuyahoga River that runs through most of northeast Ohio before depositing in Lake Erie has had an interesting history with Cleveland. The stretch of the river that runs through the city has caught on fire 13 different times!

Cuyahoga River
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