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As one of the state's largest retail shopping districts, youll find everything from over 100 stores at the Great Lakes Mall to quaint, specialty shops like Shamrock Cottage, Next to Me, the Olive and the Grape, and Cobwebs Antiques. Youll also find a thriving restaurant scene - 160 at last count - which includes your favorite national chains, as well as some very tasty, locally owned establishments!
Take Rte 306 or Rte 615 exit of I-90
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Metro Parks manages nearly 10,000 acres, including 13 developed parks, six conservation areas and more than 120 miles of trails, with 18 miles of the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. Annual attendance averages 4 million visitors. On December 31, 1921, Metro Parks (then called the Akron Metropolitan Park District) became the second park system established under Chapter 1545 of the Ohio Revised Code.
975 Treaty Line Road
Akron, Ohio 44313
Our area offers a wide variety of attractions, outdoor recreation, arts and culture, and special events that you and your family will love. Want to experience world-class art? Visit our world-renown Butler Art Institute. Need some outdoor time? Explore Mill Creek MetroParks. Ready for a challenging round of golf? Book your tee time. Need a treat for your taste buds? Sample our six wineries and enjoy delicious meals at our local restaurants.
21 W. BOARDMAN STREET
With more than 50 merchants offering many benefits and savings of up to 20%, you will have a wide variety to select from for dining, sleeping, and touring. Local residents are also enjoying the benefits of their membership when buying groceries, hunting supplies, golf accessories and many more everyday necessities. Call us to receive personalized advice based on your travel plans.
6286 CR 207
Mt. Hope, Ohio 44660
The park district consists of 42 parks, facilities, and properties, encompassing a total of 7,805 acres. Portions of two state designated wild and scenic rivers - and many tributaries - flow through and are protected by Lake Metroparks. In addition to protecting watersheds and open space, it annually provides nearly 3 million visitors with countless recreational and educational experiences.
11211 Spear Road
Concord Township, Ohio 44077
Located midway between Cleveland and Pittsburgh in Northeastern Ohio, Trumbull County is known for its history, attractions and outdoor activities. Here you can roam with buffalo. Cruise among classic Packard cars. Tee off at 20 different courses. Drive the back roads of Amish Country. Or pedal our bike trails. To make the most of your visit, contact us ahead of time for free visitor information.
321 Mahoning Avenue NW
Warren, Ohio 44483
Metzger Park is a seven-acre, fully accessible Park set in a forested environment. It features a variety of outdoor play equipment and a convenient location. The Patricia D. Whiting Metzger Park Hall provides celebration and meeting space on a year-round basis for a variety of different groups and interests. This is a great place for weddings, receptions, meetings, picnics, and parties.
S. Nickel Plate St.
Louisville, Ohio 44641
The historic town of Canal Fulton is nestled in the northwest corner of Stark county among the Ohio and Erie canals and the Tuscarawas river. Canal Fulton offers the advantages of living in a close knit community of historic beauty with the convenience of being a short drive to the hustle and bustle of bigger metropolitan areas of Stark, Summit, and Cuyahoga counties.
116 S. Canal St.
Canal Fulton, Ohio 44614
The Lincoln Highway was the first road across the United States. Actively promoted by entrepreneur Carl G. Fisher, the Lincoln Highway originally spanned coast-to-coast from Times Square in New York City to Lincoln Park in San Francisco through 13 states. It was America's first national memorial to President Abraham Lincoln and became known as 'The Main Street Across America'.
PO Box 20509
Canton, Ohio 44701
Medina County is the kind of area that truly has something for everyone. The vast array of festivals, shopping, attractions, historic architecture and eateries make Medina County a special place to visit and live. While visiting, take in an old fashioned band concert in Medina's public square on a June or July Friday evening, or if its chilly weather you prefer, visit the Medina Ice Festival.
Medina, Ohio 44256