Located in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, this abandoned mill was constructed in 1906 and used the nearby Ohio & Erie Canal as a reservoir.  Between 1926 and 1927, the mill was remodeled to accommodate an overhead crane and a fourdrinier machine to allow production of a continuous web of paper.  As many as 250 workers were employed at Jaite, producing up to 8 tons of paper daily. Like the canal, the Jaite Paper Mill felt the effects of competition beyond its control and closed in 1984.

Located in Boston Township, next to the Dover Lake Waterpark and across from Red Lock on Highland Road.   From the North take Route 8 South past Macedonia then turn right onto Highland Rd., after a mile or two you will see the Waterpark on your left.   Park in the Red Lock area on the right.   Cross the street and walk down the Towpath about a 1/2 mile.  

From the South, take Route 8 North, turn left on Twinsburg Rd., Right onto Brandywine Rd., then left onto Highland and follow directions above.