Contact ODNR and ask for maps of huntable areas. It will list all parks, state lands, and places like Meade who have large tracts of land open to hunting. You could also look for game reserves, large parks, State parks, and ask the neighbors of the parks for right to hunt thier land adjasent to the parks. Treat the parks as a breeding population, and hunt the edge.
If you can't hunt the park itself, no one else can either, so no hunters too close to you, no hunting pressure on the deer, Just make sure the area is legal to hunt. if in doubt, check with ODNR. All the large huntable parks have maps and puplications you can pick up, or request by phone, and ODNR will mail them to you. The main complex for ODNR is on morse rd. about a mile east of Karl rd. south side of the street. They are an excelent resource, and I would suggest them as a first stop.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.