|Name||Display Name||Summary||Description||Venue||Address||Address 2||City||State||Zip||Phone||Phone 2||Website||Latitude||Longitude||Contact Email Address||Categories||Trumbull County Tourism Bureau Member||Image||Status|
|The Tod Mansion||The Tod Mansion||This unique mansion, which is nestled on a private estate, is less than a mile from Pine Lakes Golf Club and a short drive away from several 4 and 5-Star golf courses.||
This unique mansion, which is nestled on a private estate, is less than a mile from Pine Lakes Golf Club and a short drive away from several 4 and 5-Star golf courses. Up to 20 guests can be accommodated with a minimum stay of two nights.
|1438 West Liberty Street||Ohio||44425||877.534.6789 • 330.534.5897 (fax)||www.PennOhioGolfTrail.com||41.164189||-80.628185||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|The Chalet||The Chalet||This property is part of the Pine Lakes Golf Club & Resort and near several 4 and 5-Star golf courses. Unlimited "Stay and Play" packages available.||
This unique structure, which is nestled on a private estate, is less than a mile from Pine Lakes Golf Club and a short drive away from several 4 and 5-Star golf courses. Up to 16 guests can be accommodated with a minimum stay of two nights.
|1440 West Liberty Street||Ohio||44525||877.534.6789 • 330.534.5897||www.PennOhioGolfTrail.com||41.165519||-80.629699||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|Julia's Bed & Breakfast||Julia's Bed & Breakfast||Charming bed and breakfast in Northeast Ohio providing a historic feel with Jacuzzi suites and golf options.||
Julia's Bed and Breakfast is a charming bed and breakfast located on the farm estate of former Ohio governor David Tod, who served the state during the Civil War. The property offers six themed guest rooms and common areas for guests to enjoy.
Rooms include Jacuzzi suites with a fireplace, a historic ambiance, and a charming public seating area to relax, read a book or play board games. All rooms provide sitting areas, restored wood interiors, private baths, and fixtures with old-world charm. Their rate includes breakfast each morning, offering a flexible serving time.
Julia's offers guests an ideal mix of value, comfort, and convenience for a relaxed and memorable getaway.
For couples who love golf, you will be happy to know that this bed and breakfast greets visitors to the Pine Lakes Golf Club, which is also home-based for the Penn Ohio Golf Trail, the largest golf trail in the US with golf courses in Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania highlighting play on ten private courses.
For special occasions or "just because," guests can order wine bottles, champagne; candies; flowers; or charcuterie boards (specialty meats).
|6219 West Liberty Street||Ohio||44425||888.758.5427||330.534.1342||www.JuliasBB.com||41.1567735||-80.594115||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|Peter Allen Inn & Event Center||Peter Allen Inn & Event Center||Get away from it all at this historically renovated country home with 3 spacious rooms, each with its own unique amenities.||
Nestled in a small town in the northeastern corner of Trumbull County, visitors will find charm, peace and comfort in this historic architectural treasure that’s been lovingly restored to its original grandeur while adding modern conveniences. Whether you’re looking for a romantic retreat, planning a weekend getaway, or a place to enjoy dinner and some live entertainment, you’ll be welcome with warm, personal service.
Sorry, no pets permitted. Major credit cards accepted.
|8581 State Street||Ohio||44428||330.355.2100||www.PeterAllenInn.com||41.4548468||-80.5944837||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|Old Stone House Bed and Breakfast||Old Stone House Bed & Breakfast||Built in 1825, historic sandstone farmhouse. Near 28 wineries, 10 state parks, lakes and many outdoor activities. Short/long-term accommodations available. Full house rental for reunions, wedding parties, and family gatherings. Family and horse-friendly. No pets permitted. Major credit cards accepted.||
This Historic 1825 sandstone home offers short and long-term accommodations, with four options:
Option #1: Rent the Old Stone House with five bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Option #2: Rent the Small Apartment: Adjacent to the larger house, you may want to rent the option with two bedrooms each with a private bath.
Option #3: Rent the Whole House and Apartment: This includes seven bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Option #4: Rent an Individual Room
Additionally, the Old Stone Bed and Breakfast in Mesopotamia offers sitting areas a 1st-floor family room, a dining area, and fully furnished kitchen, stove, fridge and microwave. WiFi and geothermal heating and air conditioning. Private entrances ensure security and the rentals are sanitized between guest accommodations and always cleaned professionally.
|8505 State Route 534||Ohio||44439||330.550.0285||http://oldstonehousemespo.com/||41.45639||-80.955181||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|The Pine Lakes Club||The Pine Lakes Club||This private estate can accommodate up to 36 guests and includes unique amenities like pool, poker, and shuffleboard tables, wet bar, 2 outdoor BBQ areas, and a dance floor. Full kitchen available (optional catered meals). Unlimited "Stay and Play" packages available. No pets permitted. Part of the Pine Lakes Golf Club & Resort.||
Located less than three miles from Pine Lakes Golf Club, this beautiful private estate can accommodate up to 36 guests. It features an East and West Wing which are connected by a hallway. The East Wing accommodates 20 guests and the West sleeps 16. Each wing is self-contained and private. One or both wings can be reserved.
|3434 Loganway||Ohio||44505||877.534.6789 • 330.534.5897||www.PennOhioGolfTrail.com||41.1439007||-80.6415871||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|The Grand Resort||The Grand Resort||One of the only luxury resorts in the Midwest! Enjoy the spa, golf, tennis and an expanded fitness center.||
The Grand Resort in Warren, Ohio, is a true hidden gem. They believe in creating memorable experiences for all the right reasons. With the completion of its Med Spa in 2022, the renovation of this resort now provides 14,000 square feet of meeting space that compliments resort amenities, including a year-round outdoor Roman Bath, Spa, Wine Tasting Bar, Cigar Lounge, a seasonal zero-entry pool, and a phenomenal fitness center.
The Resort has five affiliated properties within 20 minutes of each other. This expansion increases meeting space to 41,000 square feet, connected via a complimentary shuttle service, giving guests unique options in different settings.
For meeting attendees, The Grand Resort is one of the only luxury resorts in the Midwest and makes special events and small meetings exclusive and friendly. For wedding and event planners, it provides an experience where attendees have few distractions to remain focused on the business at hand. After the event ends, there are plenty of options for attendees to catch up with friends and family, network with colleagues, and give them downtime to relax.
|9519 East Market Street||Ohio||44484||844.928.2566 • 330.856.1900||https://www.thegrandresort.com/||41.2374826||-80.7178468||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|Eagle's Nest at the Greene Eagle Winery||Eagle's Nest at the Greene Eagle Winery||Cozy and Inviting||
Our cozy and inviting cabin is nestled in a countryside setting behind Greene Eagle Winery and Brew Pub in rural Northeast Ohio.
If you are looking for charm, and quiet relaxing comfort, The Eagle's Nest is your perfect overnight or weekend retreat.
Cabin for overnight and short-term stays. $125 per night. $750 per week. Two guests per night. Additional guests $10 each. Six guests Maximum in cabin.
Tents may be pitched as well. Each tent is an additional $10 per night. Each guest in a tent is an additional $5 per night. For example, one tent with four people would be $30 per night.
Maximum group size cabin and tents is 12 guests. Cabin has a queen bed, loft and a sleeper sofa that pulls out into a double bed.
Amenities include: Smoke alarm, free parking on premises, air conditioning, heating – electric flame simulated, refrigerator, microwave, Essentials - towels, bed sheets, soap, and toilet paper, hangers, hair dryer, private entrance, TV (coming soon), fire extinguisher, Wifi, fire pit, self-check-in with keypad.
Farm to Table Breakfast also available.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
|Eagle's Nest at the Greene Eagle Winery||2576 Davis Peck Rd||Ohio||44410||330-282-2596||https://www.greeneeagle.com/eagle-s-nest||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|The Carriage House||The Carriage House||The Carriage House built in 1915 is located on a 100 Acre Private Estate surrounded by wooded areas with walking and hiking trails. The Carriage House sleeps 4 with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms, full Kitchen and Front Porch. Amenities: 60 “HD TV, Wi-Fi access, Full Kitchen and Outdoor BBQ area available in season.||
The Carriage House built in 1915 is located on a 100 Acre Private Estate surrounded by wooded areas with walking and hiking trails. The Carriage House sleeps 4 with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms, full Kitchen and Front Porch.
|The Carriage House||1440 B West Liberty||Ohio||44425||330-540-3710||https://www.pennohiogolftrail.com/||JVFerrara@aol.com||Luxury Inns and B&Bs, +||false||Published|
|Holiday Inn Boardman||Holiday Inn Boardman||158 rooms and restaurant (room service available), Wi-Fi (high speed), indoor pool, fitness room, business center, and catering and banquet space. Major credit cards accepted.||
This 158-room property features a restaurant (room service available), Wi-Fi (high speed), indoor pool, fitness room, business center, catering and banquet space totaling nearly 10,000 square feet. Stay and Play golf packages available. Major credit cards accepted.
|7410 South Avenue||Ohio||44512||330.726.1611||www.HIBoardman.com||41.0226158||-80.6353798||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Days Inn Girard Youngstown||Days Inn Girard Youngstown||54 rooms with bed, sofa bed, desk, and microwave. Wi-Fi and cable. Indoor pool and a spa tub. Daily complimentary continental breakfast.||
Days Inn Girard Youngstown offers 54 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Beds with premium bedding, and all rooms are furnished with sofa beds. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and microwaves, as well as phones with free local calls. Indoor pool and a spa tub. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.
|1615 East Liberty Street||Ohio||44420||330.759.9820||41.1528918||-80.6660276||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Best Western Penn-Ohio Inn & Suites||Best Western Penn-Ohio Inn & Suites||Rooms feature free Internet access, and complimentary full breakfast every morning. Indoor swimming pool and hot tub.||
Guests staying at this Hubbard hotel will enjoy well-appointed spacious guest rooms featuring cable satellite television and free high-speed Internet access. To ensure a great start to the day, the Best Western Penn Ohio Inn & Suites serves hotel guests a complimentary Full breakfast every morning. After a long day of enjoying the Hubbard area sites, guests are welcome to take a refreshing dip in the hotel's indoor swimming pool or a relaxing soak in the hot tub. Guests traveling to Hubbard on business will also appreciate the variety of business services available right on property including a business center.
The Best Western Penn Ohio Inn & Suites is close to where travelers want to be while visiting Hubbard. Conveniently situated in the middle of the Shenango River Valley and the Mahoning River Valley with easy access to Ohio's Interstate 80, guests of this Hubbard hotel can easily spend the day enjoying a round of world-class golf or shopping premier brand outlet stores at nearby Grove City Prime Outlet Mall Grove City. National Packard Museum is a popular site of interest among hotel guests. Youngstown State University is also located close by making the Best Western Penn Ohio Inn & Suites ideal lodging when visiting students. And no trip to Hubbard is complete without exploring all that Youngstown and Masury have to offer.
|6828 Commerce Drive||Ohio||44425||330.534.5100||www.BestWestern.com/PennOhioInnandSuites||41.1783599||-80.571186||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Green Acres Motel||Green Acres Motel||A 10 rooms motel located near the intersection of State Routes 5 and 7.||
A 10 rooms motel located near the intersection of State Routes 5 and 7.
|8881 State Route 7||Ohio||44428||330.876.4501||41.4444165||-80.5885504||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Baymont by Wyndham Youngstown||Quality Inn & Suites||147 rooms with 10 Jacuzzi suites and two meeting rooms. Service Animals only for free - all others will be charged $150.00. Major credit cards accepted.||
This 147-room hotel, including 10 jacuzzi suites, is located adjacent to I-80 and offers continental breakfast, high-speed Internet, indoor pool, business center and two meeting rooms. Within easy driving distance of Wagon Trails Animal Park, Youngstown Air Reserve Station, and local restaurants. Service Animals only for free - all others will be charged $150.00. “Stay and Play” golf packages available. Major credit cards accepted.
|4055 Belmont Avenue||Ohio||44505||800.860.7829 • 330.759.3180||https://www.choicehotels.com/ohio/youngstown/quality-inn-hotels/oh144||41.1542883||-80.6640339||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Hampton Inn Youngstown North||Hampton Inn Youngstown North||66 rooms. Hot breakfast, high-speed Internet, indoor pool, fitness room, and meeting room. Major credit cards accepted.||
This 66-room property is located just off I-80 and within easy driving distance of local restaurants, Wagon Trails Animal Park and the Youngstown Air Reserve Station. It offers hot breakfast, high-speed Internet, indoor pool, fitness room and meeting room. Major credit cards accepted.
|4400 Belmont Avenue||Ohio||44505||330.759.9555||https://hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/ohio/hampton-inn-youngstown-north-YNGNOHX/index.html||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Holiday Inn Express Newton Falls||Holiday Inn Express Lordstown-Newton Falls/Warren||Free hot continental breakfast, high-speed internet, indoor pool, fitness room, business center and a meeting room. Major credit cards accepted.||
Conveniently located off the Ohio Turnpike (I-80), this 64-room hotel includes three Jacuzzi suites and offers a free hot continental breakfast, high-speed internet, indoor pool, fitness room, business center and a meeting room. Nearby Newton Falls, which is home to not only the oldest covered bridge still in service in Ohio but several family-owned and operated restaurants, is a short drive away. Area attractions include a number of golf courses, historic sites and museums. Major credit cards accepted.
|4185 State Route 5||Ohio||44444||330.872.6000||www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/newton-falls/nwfoh/hoteldetail||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Econo Lodge Newton Falls||Econo Lodge Newton Falls||Rooms include a coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator and hair dryer, Free Easy Starts® continental breakfast, and Wi-Fi. Truck and bus parking available. Pet-friendly.||
Located right off the Ohio Turnpike (I-80), the Econo Lodge® hotel in Newton Falls near the Lordstown General Motors Plant is easy to find, easy to book and easy on your wallet.
Some restaurants in the area are Pizza Hut, Roby Lee's, Covered Bridge Inn and Faces Café.
We offer an experience that simplifies travel, along with amenities that will meet your budget such as:
Each guest room offers a coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator and hair dryer. Hate hunting for outlets when you’re at a hotel? We make it easy with convenient outlets at the night stand in every room.
This Newton Falls hotel cares about the environment and has taken active steps to support green hotel practices.
|4248 State Route 5||Ohio||44444||330.872.0988||41.2131376||-80.9540986||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Budget Lodge||Budget Lodge||22 rooms, located just off the Ohio Turnpike (I-80) near the intersection with State Route 5.||
22 rooms, located just off the Ohio Turnpike (I-80) near the intersection with State Route 5.
|4100 State Route 5||Ohio||44444||330.872.3833||41.214906||-80.9492732||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Residence Inn Niles||Residence Inn Niles||Located within the Eastwood Mall Complex the best Shop and Stay packages in the area!||
This 103-room property is located within the Eastwood Mall Complex in Niles and offers guest suite amenities including studios, one and two bedroom suites with fully-equipped kitchens. Other features include complimentary hot breakfast buffet, high-speed Internet, fitness room, business center, indoor pool and whirlpool and allows pets (fee required). Within easy walking distance of major retail stores as well as Eastwood Field, home of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, the hotel is an easy drive to local attractions, museums, historic sites, golf courses and restaurants. Major credit cards accepted.
|5555 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44446||330.505.3655||www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yngnr-residence-inn-youngstown-warren-niles/||41.2148562||-80.7485606||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Fairfield Inn Niles||Fairfield Inn Niles||Located in the Eastwood Mall Complex this hotel has a full-service business center. All rooms include a hot buffet breakfast, free wi-fi, and free access to Fizek Fitness along with an indoor pool.||
This 56-room and eight suites property is located on State Route 46 and within close proximity to the Eastwood Mall Complex, Eastwood Field, home of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, and many local restaurants. It offers a hot breakfast buffet daily, wireless high-speed Internet, indoor pool, free access to Fizek Fitness, and a full service business center with both wired and wireless Internet. Pets permitted (with small non-refundable sanitation fee).
|1860 Niles Cortland Road||Ohio||44484||330.544.5774||www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yngfn-fairfield-inn-warren-niles/||41.2182289||-80.7425316||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Days Inn Niles||Days Inn Niles||Near the Eastwood Mall Complex and restaurants. Free Wi-Fi.||
70 rooms (balconies available) include complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi, free Daybreak continental breakfast. Cribs Available
|1300 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44446||330.544.1301||41.2038657||-80.7392407||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Villa Arms Motel||Villa Arms Hotel||Located just off State Route 422 in Niles.||
Located just off State Route 422 in Niles.
|111 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44446||330.652.9988||41.1843347||-80.7190379||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Cottage Inn||Cottage Inn||Located just off State Route 422 in Niles, this cute little motel is located very close to the Eastwood Mall.||
Located just off State Route 422 in Niles this cute little motel is close to the Eastwood Mall.
|5318 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44446||330.652.9222||41.2115504||-80.7570142||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Hampton Inn & Suites Niles Warren||Hampton Inn & Suites Niles Warren||Rooms & studio suites, fitness room, business center, and indoor pool. Near Eastwood Mall Complex, Niles and Warren.||
This 101-room property is located within the Eastwood Mall Complex in Niles and offers guest rooms with refrigerators and studio suites with both microwaves and refrigerators. Other features include complimentary hot breakfast buffet, high-speed Internet, fitness room, business center and indoor pool. Within easy walking distance of major retail stores as well as Eastwood Field, home of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, the hotel is an easy drive to local attractions, museums, historic sites, golf courses and restaurants. Major credit cards accepted.
|5581 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44446||330.652.1277||www.hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/ohio/hampton-inn-and-suites-niles-warren-YNGWAHX/index.html||41.2103485||-80.7502974||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Economy Inn Warren||Economy Inn Warren||54 rooms with free continental breakfast (with waffle maker) and Wi-Fi. Located minutes from the Eastwood Mall.||
This 54-room property is located within a mile of the Eastwood Mall Complex, Eastwood Field (home of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers), a variety of shopping venues and local restaurants. Guest amenities include continental breakfast with waffle maker and wireless Internet. Sorry, no pets permitted. Major credit cards accepted.
You may book your rooms through Booking.com or Expedia.com.
|4258 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44484||330.369.4100||41.2125654||-80.7624632||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Best Western Park Hotel||Best Western Park Hotel||In the heart of Courthouse Square, Warren, this hotel was originally built in the 1800s and was renovated in 2013.||
Located on Courthouse Square in historic downtown Warren, this 53-room hotel, which dates back to the late 1800s, was completely renovated in 2013. It is conveniently located near downtown restaurants, the Trumbull County Courthouse, Trumbull County Veterans Memorial, Warren Community Amphitheatre (home of River Rock at the Amp in the summer), Trumbull Art Gallery, Millionaires Row, the Harriet Taylor Upton House, Perkins Mansion (Warren City Hall), National Packard Museum and the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library which houses the Local Genealogy Center. Visitor information about the area can be obtained from the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau which is located within easy walking distance of the hotel. Guest amenities include a hot breakfast, high-speed Internet and three meeting rooms. No pets permitted with the exception of service animals. The entire hotel is smoke-free. Major credit cards accepted.
|136 North Park Avenue||Ohio||44481||330.393.1200||www.BestWestern.com||41.2366442||-80.8175791||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Holiday Inn Express & Suites Warren||Holiday Inn Express & Suites Warren||78 rooms (suites and standard rooms) with complimentary hot breakfast, Wi-Fi access, Cyber Café, 24-hour business center, indoor pool and Jacuzzi, fitness room, meeting space for 50, afternoon snacks, and Manager's Cocktail Party every Wednesday evening that includes complimentary dinner. Major credit cards accepted.||
This 78-room boutique hotel, which includes suites and standard rooms, is conveniently located near Eastwood Mall and a variety of locally-owned and national chain restaurants. Winner of the coveted Intercontinental Hotel Group's Torchbearer Award for 13 times, this property offers a number of amenities including: complimentary hot breakfast, Wi-Fi access, Cyber Café, on-site 24-hour business center, indoor pool and Jacuzzi, fitness room, ample meeting space for 50, afternoon snacks, and a Manager's Cocktail Party every Wednesday evening that includes complimentary dinner. Within easy driving distance of area attractions including: Eastwood Field, home of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers; Amish Country; the Butler Institute of American Art/Trumbull Branch; local museums; and a number of golf courses. Major credit cards accepted.
|135 Highland Terrace||Ohio||44484||877.865.6581 • 330.544.8807||www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/warren/niloh/hoteldetail||41.2171332||-80.7386345||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Riverview Motel||Riverview Motel||Just off State Route 422, on the Mahoning River in Warren, OH.||
Just off State Route 422, on the Mahoning River in Warren, OH.
|3060 Parkman Road (US 422)||Ohio||44485||330.898.1700||41.2568654||-80.8624054||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Capri Motel||Capri Motel||Near State Route 82 in Warren, OH.||
Located in the heart of Howland Township, this cute motel is close to restaurants and the Eastwood Mall. Free WiFi.
|8033 East Market Street||Ohio||44484||330.856.4699||41.2388705||-80.7470051||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Hampton Inn Youngstown West||Hampton Inn Youngstown West||AAA 3-Diamond Rated, 82 rooms (accessible available) with hot breakfast, high-speed Internet, indoor pool, fitness room, business center and meeting room. "Stay and Play" golf packages available. Major credit cards accepted.||
This AAA 3-Diamond Rated Hotel features 82 rooms and is conveniently located near I-80. Amenities include accessible rooms, hot breakfast, high-speed Internet, indoor pool, fitness room, business center and one meeting room. "Stay and Play" golf packages available. Major credit cards accepted.
|880 North Canfield-Niles Road||Ohio||44515||330.544.0660||www.YoungstownWest.Hamptoninn.com||41.1225989||-80.7704986||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Motel 6 Youngstown||Motel 6 Youngstown||82 rooms (4 accessible) include Wi-Fi, complimentary morning coffee, truck parking and a restaurant just steps away. Pets welcome at no charge. Major credit cards accepted.||
This 82-room property, including four accessible rooms, is located next to I-80 and is within easy driving distance a number of attractions including Wagon Trails Animal as well as area golf courses, shopping and local restaurants. Guest amenities include accessible rooms, Wi-Fi, complimentary morning coffee, truck parking and a restaurant just steps away from the hotel. Pets welcome at no charge. Major credit cards accepted.
|4249 Belmont Avenue||Ohio||44505||330.759.4092||http://www.motel6.com/en/motels.OH.Trumbull.4553.html?ncr=true&corporatePlusNumber=CPYSWY6Z||41.158458||-80.663711||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Rodeway Inn Youngstown||Rodeway Inn Youngstown||48 rooms (some with hot tubs) include free breakfast, Wi-Fi, and free coffee every morning.||
Forget about fancy. When all you need is a solid deal on a simple stay, the Rodeway Inn® hotel in Youngstown is just what you’re looking for. We're merely minutes away from Youngstown State University off Interstate 80.
You’ll find plenty of other local sites, activities and attractions to explore near our pet-friendly Youngstown hotel, some of which include:
We offer the basics for traveling on a budget, with the reliability and security of a national brand that you can trust—so you can get the rest you need for wherever travel takes you in northwestern Ohio and beyond. Take advantage of amenities like:
All of our fresh, clean guest rooms feature 32-inch flat-screen TVs, coffee makers, tables and chairs, along with free premium movie channels and a nice, hot shower to wake you up in the morning. Select rooms come with hot tubs.
If you want great value while you’re on the road, our Rodeway Inn hotel in Youngstown has you covered. Enjoy a good night, great savings—make a reservation with us today!
|4250 Belmont Avenue||Ohio||44505||330.759.0040||41.1588294||-80.6662009||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Comfort Suites Youngstown North||Comfort Suites Youngstown North||86 suites (6 upgraded) with microwave and refrigerator, complimentary hot breakfast buffet, “Grab It & Go Breakfast Bag”, high-speed Internet, indoor pool, fitness room, 24-hour business center and meeting room. Major credit cards accepted.||
This 86 suites property includes six upgraded suites and is located just north of I-80 and within close proximity to local restaurants, shopping, golf courses, Wagon Trails Animal Park and the Youngstown Air Reserve Station. It offers complimentary hot breakfast buffet, “Grab It & Go Breakfast Bag”, high-speed Internet, indoor pool, fitness room, 24-hour business center and meeting room. All suites come with a microwave and refrigerator. Major credit cards accepted.
|201 Perni Lane||Ohio||44505||330.759.3000||https://www.choicehotels.com/ohio/youngstown/comfort-suites-hotels/oh574||41.1592584||-80.6633803||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Holiday Inn Express Newton Falls/Lordstown||Holiday Inn Express Newton Falls/Lordstown||64 rooms (3 Jacuzzi suites) with free hot continental breakfast, high-speed internet, indoor pool, fitness room, business center and a meeting room. Major credit cards accepted.||
Conveniently located off the Ohio Turnpike (I-80), this 64-room hotel includes three Jacuzzi suites and offers a free hot continental breakfast, high-speed internet, indoor pool, fitness room, business center and a meeting room. Nearby Newton Falls, which is home to not only the oldest covered bridge still in service in Ohio but several family-owned and operated restaurants, is a short drive away. Area attractions include a number of golf courses, historic sites and museums. Major credit cards accepted.
|4185 State Route 5||Ohio||44444||330.872.6000||www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/newton-falls/nwfoh/hoteldetail||41.2119328||-80.9509244||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Travelodge||Travelodge||Conveniently located off of Interstate 80 in northeast Ohio.||
Welcome to our Travelodge Hubbard hotel, where modern amenities and a convenient location are combined to make your stay seamless, comfortable and relaxing. With comfortable, convenient amenities, our hotel is the perfect choice for business and leisure travelers alike.
|7010 Truck World Blvd SE||Ohio||44425||330.534.8191||41.1773428||-80.5649808||Hotels & Motels, +||false||Published|
|Paradise Lakes Family Campground||Paradise Lakes Family Campground||Boating, playgrounds, swimming, and Wi-Fi. Primitive and electric tent camping areas and deluxe cabins.||
Located just a few miles from Warren, Ohio in Bristolville, this family-owned campground provides a beautiful place to camp, boat, fish, swim, play putt-putt, corn hole or horseshoes. The owners continue to improve the campground while providing a fun, and safe environment for all to enjoy. There is a pavilion and a banquet hall available for rent (equipped with Wi-Fi), a gathering area, a game room, bathrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. Every weekend there are activities planned for families and friends to have fun together. You can meet people at the potluck dinners, enjoy DJs or “theme” parties, camp-wide garage sales, and a true sense of community and relaxation.
|1604 Housel Craft Road||Ohio||44402||330.889.3031||https://email@example.com||Camping, +||false||Published|
|Beautiful Willow Lake||Beautiful Willow Lake||May 1-Sep 30. 187 sites, all-ages, tents. 919 ft elevation. Heaters not allowed. 150 pull-throughs, 187 electric-water hookups (15/20/30 amp). Tables, grills, water, dump, RV Storage, laundry, firewood, pet-friendly, outdoor pool, and playground.||
Bring your tent or camper! Seasonal camping from May 1-Sep 30. Includes 187 sites, all-ages welcome. Sorry but heaters not allowed. 150 pull-throughs, 187 electric-water hookups (15/20/30 amp).
|6863 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44481||330.847.8614||41.338476||-80.864718||Camping, +||false||Published|
|Lil John's Campground||Lil John's Campground||Large boat ramp with dock, private sandy beach, treated pond, pavilion. Camping, fishing, and swimming.||
Located at 6674 Hoagland Blackstub Road on the north end of Mosquito Lake. We have large camp sites and a large boat ramp with dock. Children and adults alike love our private sandy beach at our beautiful treated pond! Relax with us around our octagonal fire pit with swings. Enjoy yourself at our pavilion while eating your favorite summer dinner and listening to music! Camping, fishing, swimming and great times with family and friends equals GREAT SUMMER!
|6674 Hoagland Blackstub Road||Ohio||44410||330-347-0441||41.400953||-80.773061||Camping, +||false||Published|
|Mosquito Lake State Park Campground||Mosquito Lake State Park Campground||Boating, fishing, hiking, camping and picnicking. 2,483 acres of mature woodlands and vast marshes. Amphitheater, boat launch ramp, boat rental, hiking trail, ice fishing, pet sites, picnic tables, playground, showers, snowmobiling, and ice skating.||
Water recreation, hiking, camping and picnicking attract visitors to Mosquito Lake, one of the largest lakes in Ohio. 2,483 acres of mature woodlands and vast marshes provide safe haven for wildlife and will delight nature enthusiasts.
The park offers 234 campsites, including 218 with electrical hook-ups that are situated among tall trees in a mature forest as well as those with shoreline access and panoramic views.
Enjoy the dog park, disc golfing, special weekly activities, of course water activities and just plain relaxing. Book early for yurt reservations.
Reservations: 1-866-OHIOPARKS / Park Office: 330-637-2856 / Campground Check-in: 330-638-5700
Mosquito Lake Video -- see for yourself!
|1439 State Route 305||Ohio||44410||330.638.5700||www.dnr.state.oh.us/parks/mosquito/tabid/771/Default.aspx||41.3024793||-80.7667835||Camping, +||false||Published|
|Hubbard's Haven Family Campground||Hubbard's Haven Family Campground||Sites with full hook-up, primitive camping and sites for group picnics & family reunions.||
Heated swimming pool, game-room, basketball, horseshoes, pull through sites with full hook-ups, new playground with a covered seating area for adults, primitive camping, and a pavilion seating 90 people for company picnics or family reunions.
We have 77 sites total, 58 with full hook-ups. Many of the sites are back ins and we have 10 pull thru sites available. Picnic tables and fire rings are available at the sites. All sites have trees to enjoy the shade.You can stay overnight, for the weekend or longer.
|1436 Hubbard Brookfield Road||Ohio||44425||330.448.4858||41.2049253||-80.5720994||Camping, +||false||Published|
|Chestnut Ridge Campground||Chestnut Ridge Campground||Camping with a 5-acre swimming lake and fishing pond. Campsites include water and electric. Primitive tent sites as well as some with water and electric.||
Chestnut Ridge Campground in Hubbard, Ohio, is a family and pet friendly facility with camping, swimming, fishing and barn for gatherings. Situated on 55 wooded acres in North Eastern Ohio, it is located halfway between Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
The campground offers a 5 acre swimming lake with a sandy beach and fishing pond. All RV 105 campsites have water and electric connections (sewer available). They have both primitive tent sites and some with water and electric. The Barn Venue is perfect for weddings, company and customer appreciation events, and graduation parties.
|6486 Chestnut Ridge Road||Ohio||44425||330.534.2352||https://chestnutridgecampground.com/||41.190927||-80.582596||Camping, +||false||Published|
|Ridge Ranch Campground||Ridge Ranch Campground||76-acre campground and 16+ acre lake with sandy beach and large swimming deck. Cabin available for rent, with covered front porch, full-size bed, bunk beds, and a small refrigerator and microwave. Paddle-boat and canoe rentals, pavilion rentals, mini-golf, fishing, playgrounds, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, and game room. Store/office stocks camping necessities, food, and more.||
The 76-acre campground has shaded and sunny areas, a beautiful 16+ acre lake with a sandy beach and large swimming deck. Ridge Ranch is a fun, family oriented campground. We have many planned activities such as DJ’s, Karaoke, and Elvis impersonators, Auctions, Bingo, crafts, hayrides and more. We also offer paddle-boat and canoe rentals, pavilion rentals, mini golf, fishing, playgrounds, horseshoes, volleyball, and basketball. We also have a game room with pool tables and video games. The store/office offers things such as propane, firewood, ice, milk, bread, eggs, and other such food items. In addition, the store offers paper goods, charcoal and lighter fluid, RV supplies, soda, ice cream, candy, and many other items you may find useful or may have forgotten.
Not much interested in the tent scene? Try renting our cabin for your camping get away. It has a covered front porch, a full size bed, bunk beds, and a small refrigerator and microwave. It is tucked away right at the edge of the woods near the lake.
|5219 State Route 303 NW||Ohio||44444||330.898.8080||41.231723||-80.983707||Camping, +||false||Published|
|Robinson's Lakeside Campgrounds||Robinson's Lakeside Campgrounds||Located on the east side of Mosquito Lake in Northern Trumbull County.||
This campground located on Mosquito Lake in Mecca Township, offers 75 sites with hook-ups, primitive sites for tent camping, and 2 cabins. They are also within walking distance to an ice cream shop, local bars and restaurant as well as a new Dollar General store and a grocery store.
|Robinson's Lakeside Camp||6083 State Route 46||Ohio||44410||330-610-9446||https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Campground/Robinsons-Lakeside-Camp-848616102013924/||Camping, +||false||Published|
|"The Loft" at Pine Lakes Golf Club||"The Loft" at Pine Lakes Golf Club||"The Loft" is located within the Pine Lakes Club House.||
"The Loft" is located within the Pine Lakes Club House. The second story has two bedrooms each with 2 XL twin beds (equivalent to 1/2 of a king bed) that are Serta Presidential Suite top of the line sleeping. It has a kitchen with stove, refrigerator and microwave. The main living area has a dining table for 2 with leather furniture and a large screen TV. The bathroom has a shower. We also furnish all the bedding, toweling, shampoo and soaps.
|"The Loft" at Pine Lakes||6233 West Liberty Street||Ohio||44425||330-719-5065||https://www.pennohiogolftrail.com/||JVFerrara@aol.com||Places to Stay, +||false||Published|
|Trumbull County Fairgrounds||Trumbull County Fairgrounds||Host of the County's annual agricultural fair every July, additional events are held here throughout the year including car shows, 4-H shows, fall cross-country meets and more. For facility rental information contact the Fair Office.||
Host of the County's annual agricultural fair every July, additional events are held here throughout the year including car shows, 4-H shows, fall cross-country meets and more. For facility rental information contact the Fair Office.
|899 Everett Hull Road||Ohio||44410||330.637.6010||www.TrumbullCountyFair.com||41.3307305||-80.7890874||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Master Gardeners' Education & Research Garden||Master Gardeners' Education & Research Garden||Floriculture garden, featuring more than 12 themed plats. Guided garden tours and special events are scheduled during the summer.||
Floriculture garden, housed at the Trumbull County Agriculture Family Education Center, featuring more than 12 themed plats. Guided garden tours and special events are scheduled during the summer. Call for dates and times. Special tours arranged by advance request. The Master Gardeners' Speakers Bureau program provides speakers for civic groups.
|OSU Extension Service/Trumbull County Agriculture & Family Education Center||520 West Main Street||Ohio||44410||330.638.6783||https://trumbull.osu.edu/home||41.3305364||-80.7376728||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Ridgeview Tours, LLC||Ridgeview Tours, LLC||Ridgeview Tours, LLC is a full-Service receptive operator supplying itineraries and step on guide service for groups of 20 people or more.||
Ridgeview Tours, LLC is a full-Service receptive operator supplying itineraries, step-on guides, hotel accommodations, meals in Amish homes, entertainment, shopping, unique themed tours, holiday, and theater packages available for groups of 20 people or more. Call Sharon at 440-221-1441 or visit our web site at www.ridgeviewtours.com for more information. Let us plan wonderful memories for your groups while visiting Trumbull County and Northeast, Ohio. We have 23 years of experience in the hospitality business.
|5488 Kinsman Road (State Route 87)||Ohio||44062||440-221-1441||https:Ridgeviewtours.com||41.4588734||-80.9961785||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Antique Tractor Club of Trumbull County||Antique Tractor Club of Trumbull County||Historical repository and club for those interested in the collection, restoration, preservation and exhibition of farm machinery and tractors of historical value.||
Historical repository and club for those interested in the collection, restoration, preservation and exhibition of farm machinery and tractors of historical value.
Meets the fourth Tuesday of every month. Annual events include the Spring Antique Tractor Show in April, and a Summer show held in August.
|1653 Ridge Road||Ohio||44473||330.307-1974||https://www.facebook.com/pages/Antique-Tractor-Club-of-Trumbull-CountyVienna/246653315374801||41.263428||-80.694357||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Dave Grohl Alley||Dave Grohl Alley||Alley of local artist murals and sculptures in honor of Warren-born Foo Fighters front-man and former Nirvana drummer, David Grohl. Runs parallel to E. Market Street downtown. West entrance adjacent to Burger King restaurant on Main Street SW. Grohl, who was born in Warren and moved to Alexandria, VA at a young age, still has family in Warren and spent many summer vacations in the area.||
Alley of local artist murals and sculptures in honor of Warren-born Foo Fighters front-man and former Nirvana drummer, David Grohl. Dave Grohl Alley runs parallel to E. Market Street downtown. West entrance adjacent to Burger King restaurant on Main Street SW. The Alley also boasts the Guinness World Record for the World's Largest Drumsticks!
Grohl, who was born in Warren on January 14th 1969, moved to Alexandria, VA at a young age, still has family in Warren and spent many summer vacations in the area.
Dave Grohl established himself as a highly respected drummer with Nirvana and in 2014 was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with bandmates Cobain and Novoselic, in the group's first year of eligibility.
Read more about Dave Grohl Alley in this article by Roadside America!
Within walking distance...
The Speakeasy Lounge
Trumbull Art Gallery & Gift Shop
|Dave Grohl Alley||9 David Grohl Alley||Ohio||44481||41.2375569||-80.8184166||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Women's Park||Women's Park||Beautifully landscaped park adjacent to City Hall, featuring walkways, courtyards and a stone bridge spanning a brook. Dedicated to women, past and present, who have made a difference in Trumbull County's local communities. Gardens are maintained by volunteers from the Upton Association.||
Located south of City Hall, this beautifully landscaped park, which features walkways, courtyards and a stone bridge spanning a brook, is dedicated to women, both past and present, who have made a difference throughout Trumbull County's local communities.
|Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||330.395.1840||www.UptonHouse.org||41.2834675||-80.8453179||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Elm Road Triple Drive-In Theatre||Elm Road Triple Drive-In Theatre||Call or check the website for current movie listings! Watch first-run double features for one low price.||
This family-owned and operated Warren landmark has been in business since 1950. It is the perfect location to see the stars under the stars and watch first-run double features for one low price. This state-of-the-art movie facility operates May to mid-October and includes three giant outdoor screens and offers a full dinner menu. For quick food orders, check out the express window at the concession stand. And there's a playground on the premises for the kids.
|1895 Elm Road NE||Ohio||44483||330.372.9732||www.ElmRoadTripleDriveIn.com||41.254205||-80.7958597||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|"First Flight" Lunar Module||"First Flight" Lunar Module||A half-scale replica of Apollo 11’s lunar landing module, nearly 13 feet tall and 12 feet wide, marks the site where the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong, took off during his first airplane ride at the age of six.||
This half-scale replica of Apollo 11’s lunar landing module, which is nearly 13 feet tall and 12 feet wide, marks the site where the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong, took off during his first airplane ride at the age of six.
Dr. Parise was a payload specialist for the Columbia and Endeavor space shuttle missions in 1990 and 1995. He held planning and communications engineering support roles for human space flight projects including the Russian space station Mir, the International Space Station and the X-38, a vehicle intended to return astronauts to Earth from space.
|2553 Parkman Road||Ohio||44485||330.898.3456||www.FirstFlightWarren.org||41.2513314||-80.8576709||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership||Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership||Established in 2010, local non-profit organization providing programming and projects, including the Warren Farmers Market and the Trumbull County Land Bank, that improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods of Warren.||
Established in 2010, local non-profit organization providing programming and projects, including the Warren Farmers Market and the Trumbull County Land Bank, that improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods of Warren.
|170 North Park Avenue||Ohio||44481||330.599.9275||www.TNPWarren.org||41.237188||-80.8178949||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Warren-Trumbull County Public Library||Warren-Trumbull County Public Library||The Main Library is also home to the Local History and Genealogy Center and the Sutliff Museum.||
This community resource links people and ideas through the free distribution of information and services. It includes a Main Library located in Warren’s Historic District; branch libraries in Brookfield, Cortland, Howland, Liberty and Lordstown; a Bookmobile; and Homebound Library Service. For library hours and a list of events and programs taking place throughout the year visit the website.
The Main Library is also home to the Local History and Genealogy Center and the Sutliff Museum. Both can be found on the second floor.
|444 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||330.399.8807||www.WTCPL.org||41.267024||-80.837445||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Skyway Drive-In||Skyway Drive-In||Locally owned and operated twin drive-in theatre. 2 movies for one low price.||
Twin screen Drive-In Movie Theatre located in Warren, Ohio. Also features a 2600 square foot indoor laser tag arena.
|Skyway Drive-In||1825 N. Leavitt Rd. NW||Ohio||44485||330-898-3059||https://www.facebook.com/SkywayDriveInfirstname.lastname@example.org||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|BRITE Energy Innovators||BRITE Energy Innovators||Powering Change.||
BRITE Energy Innovators – Ohio’s energy tech incubator – is dedicated to ensuring the success of startups driving innovation in energy tech. They accomplish this by offering consultation services to startups & small-and-medium-size enterprises, lab space and equipment for device testing and R&D and affordable office space and co-working memberships.
BRITE has subsidized offices available for a limited time. Offices include all Co-working amenities and are located in our beautiful facility on Courthouse Square.
|125 West Market Street||Ohio||44481||330-395-3500||https://email@example.com||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Annual Hartford Apple Festival||Annual Hartford Apple Festival||A weekend of family fun.||
An annual event in Hartford Ohio featuring amusements, car show, crafts, concessions, and musical entertainment.
|Hartford Center, Ohio||State Route 7 and State Route 305||Ohio||44424||https://m.facebook.com/hartford-apple-festival-106174447403605||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|The Robins Theatre||The Robins Theatre||The Robins Theatre is a 1,400 seat historic theatre in downtown Warren, Ohio presenting a wide variety of entertainment and concerts year-round.||
The Robins Theatre is a 1,400 seat historic theatre in downtown Warren, Ohio presenting a wide variety of entertainment year-round.
Originally, The Robins Theatre in Warren, Ohio opened its doors on January 9, 1923.
The Robins Theater's exterior is designed in the Italian Renaissance style, with the interior being designed in the Adam style.
The Robins Theatre combines a historic feel with an up close experience, and while your in Trumbull County also make sure to check out The Warren Civic Music Association, the oldest community arts organization in Trumbull Count!
|The Robins Theatre||160 E Market St, Warren, OH 44481||Ohio||44481||234-437-6246||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Cortland Opera House (circa 1841)||Cortland Opera House (circa 1841)||Originally the site of one of the first Methodist churches in the country, it's now home to the Bazetta-Cortland Historical Society.||
Originally the site of one of the first Methodist churches in the country, now home to the Bazetta-Cortland Historical Society and community and social functions. In the late 1800s it became the Opera House, producing stage productions and minstrel shows. Available to rent for meetings or events.
|152 North Park Avenue||Ohio||44410||330-219-4884||https://www.facebook.com/cortlandoperahouse/||41.33155||-80.7270287||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Gustavus Center National Historic District||Gustavus Center National Historic District||Located at the intersection of State Routes 87 and 193, this national historic district area has 12 buildings listed on the National Historic Registry. The prominent architecture styles include both Greek Revival and Federal.||
Located at the intersection of State Routes 87 and 193, this national historic district area has 12 buildings listed on the National Historic Registry. The prominent architecture styles include both Greek Revival and Federal.
|State Routes 87 and 193||Ohio||44417||41.4622677||-80.6655355||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Octagon House (circa 1858)||Octagon House (circa 1858)||Now a private residence, this unique eight-sided house, which contains eight trapezoid-shaped rooms, was the boyhood home of Clarence Darrow, the nationally acclaimed lawyer in the The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes ("Scopes Monkey Trial").||
Now a private residence, this unique eight-sided house, which contains eight trapezoid-shaped rooms, was the boyhood home of Clarence Darrow, the nationally acclaimed lawyer in the The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes ("Scopes Monkey Trial").
|8405 Main Street||Ohio||44428||41.4497804||-80.5844843||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Mesopotamia Village Historic District||Mesopotamia Village Historic District||The center of town, better known as the "Commons", is surrounded by 28 buildings, 21 of built before the Civil War and are included on the National Register of Historic Places. Today it is part of the fourth-largest Amish Settlement in the country and second-largest in Ohio.||
The center of town, better known as the "Commons", is surrounded by 28 buildings, 21 of built before the Civil War and are included on the National Register of Historic Places. Today it is part of the fourth-largest Amish Settlement in the country and second-largest in Ohio.
|State Routes 87 and 534||Ohio||44439||41.3904723||-80.954807||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Newton Falls Covered Bridge (circa 1831)||Newton Falls Covered Bridge (circa 1831)||Constructed in 1831, this bridge is the second-oldest covered bridge in Ohio still in service.||
The Newton Falls covered bridge, built in 1831 is the last surviving covered bridge in the county. Constructed over the Mahoning River, check out these other noteworthy titles!
It's an oldie but goodie! Check out this gem and other things to do in Newton Falls!
|Arlington Road||Ohio||44444||41.1880575||-80.9631384||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Ward Thomas House Museum||Ward Thomas House Museum||Victorian Mansion, included on the National Register of Historic Places, situated in a park-like setting with formal gardens.||
14-room Victorian Mansion, included on the National Register of Historic Places, situated in a park-like setting with formal gardens. Home of the Niles Historical Society, it features over 5,000 items including reproductions of several First Ladies' gowns, as well as artifacts displaying the city's heritage and industrial legacy.
|503 Brown Street||Ohio||44446||330.544.2143||www.NilesHistoricalSociety.org||41.17384||-80.764691||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|McKinley Birthplace Home||McKinley Birthplace Home||Located on the site of the original McKinley home (and birthplace of President William McKinley), and just down the street from the William McKinley Birthplace Museum. Features the replica home of the family's rooms, and a research center.||
This reconstructed house, located on the site of the original McKinley home (and birthplace of President William McKinley), and just down the street from the National McKinley Birthplace Memorial. Features a replica of the family's rooms, research center, meeting room, computer lab, and a small gift shop. Special group tours available by advance request.
|40 South Main Street||Ohio||44446||330-652-1704 ext. 6||www.mcklib.org/birthplacehome||41.179599||-80.765689||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|McKinley Memorial Museum||William McKinley Birthplace Museum||The William McKinley Birthplace Museum honors the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley, who was born and raised in Niles, Ohio. The museum contains artifacts of McKinley’s life and his presidency.||
This memorial and library honors the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley, who was born and raised in Niles, Ohio.
|40 North Main Street||Ohio||44446||330.652.4273||https://mckinleybirthplacemuseum.org||41.1808269||-80.7660401||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|North Bloomfield Historical Society||North Bloomfield Historical Society||Formed in 1999, dedicated to the preservation of the North Bloomfield community and the restoration of the Town Hall built in 1893. The mission of the organization is to share the stories and events that have shaped the community since it was settled in 1815. Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month.||
Formed in 1999, dedicated to the preservation of the North Bloomfield community and the restoration of the Town Hall built in 1893. The mission of the organization is to share the stories and events that have shaped the community since it was settled in 1815. Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month in the Town Hall which serves as the home for many historical artifacts and memorabilia from the area.
|North Bloomfield Town Hall||Kinsman Road (SR 87)||Ohio||44450||www.BloomfieldOhioHistory.org||41.4616151||-80.8106753||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|The Trumbull County Courthouse (circa 1895)||The Trumbull County Courthouse (circa 1895)||One of the oldest judicial facilities of its kind in Ohio, the Romanesque-style structure was completed in 1897, making it the third courthouse to occupy the location in Courthouse Park. It was placed on the National Registry of Historic Sites in 1975.||
One of the oldest judicial facilities of its kind in Ohio, the Romanesque-style structure was completed in 1897, making it the third courthouse to occupy the location in Courthouse Park. It was placed on the National Registry of Historic Sites in 1975.
|161 High Street||Ohio||44483||41.2371583||-80.8191364||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Perkins Mansion (1871)||Perkins Mansion (1871)||Originally built in 1871 as the home of civic leader Henry Bishop Perkins and his family. The building has served as Warren's City Hall since 1934. Building open to the public daily 8am-4pm (closed 12-1pm for lunch). Offices, basement, and attic off-limits. No formal tours but written info is available.||
Originally built in 1871 as the home of civic leader Henry Bishop Perkins and his family, this Victorian Italianate mansion features stained glass skylight, marble fireplaces, hand cut crystal chandeliers, and intricate woodwork, and has served as Warren's City Hall since 1934.
The building is open Monday-Friday during regular business hours. A self-guided walking tour brochure can be obtained from the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau located next door at 321 Mahoning Avenue NW in downtown Warren.
|391 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||330.841.2601||41.2391339||-80.823326||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Monument Park and Trumbull County Veterans Memorial||Monument Park and Trumbull County Veterans Memorial||Located on the east bank of the Mahoning River, the memorial commemorates the sacrifices of local citizens in military service.||
This park, which is on the east bank of the Mahoning River and includes a reconstructed log cabin built on the site of Warren's first Schoolhouse (circa 1804), commemorates the sacrifices of local citizens in military service.
|West Market Street and Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||866.360.1552||330.675.3081||41.236086||-80.8200279||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Millionaires Row & Mahoning Ave. Historic District||Millionaires Row & Mahoning Ave. Historic District||Home to Millionaires Row, where the "Who's Who" of industry, commerce and politics lived in stately mansions that lined the street during the 1800s.||
Home to Millionaires Row, where the "Who's Who" of industry, commerce and politics lived in stately mansions that lined the street during the 1800s. Today the mansions are museums, businesses and private residences.
A self-guided walking tour brochure can be obtained from the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau located at 321 Mahoning Avenue NW in downtown Warren. You can also print this version at home or download it to your phone! Millionaires Row Walking Tour
|Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||866.360.1552||330.675.3081||https://www.exploretrumbullcounty.com||41.2834675||-80.8453179||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Kinsman House (circa 1832)||Kinsman House (circa 1832)||Located along Millionaires Row in historic downtown Warren, this Greek Revival mansion is included on the National Historic Registry and features white marble mantles and black walnut staircase, woodwork and arched doorways.||
Located along Millionaires Row in historic downtown Warren, this Greek Revival mansion is included on the National Historic Registry and features white marble mantles and black walnut staircase, woodwork and arched doorways.
Tours available the first Sunday of every month from 2 - 5 PM
|303 Mahoning Avenue NW||OH||44483||41.2383493||-80.8220996||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Connecticut Land Title Office||Connecticut Land Title Office||Now home to the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau, this building once served as the headquarters for the Connecticut Land Company where tracts of land were sold.||
Now home to the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau, this building once served as the headquarters for the Connecticut Land Company where tracts of land were sold.
|321 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||866.360.1552||330.675.3081||https://www.exploretrumbullcounty.com||41.2385239||-80.8220591||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|The Harriet Taylor Upton House (circa 1840)||The Harriet Taylor Upton House (circa 1840)||This national historic site became the home of women’s suffrage leader Harriet Taylor Upton in 1887. It also served as the headquarters of the National American Women’s Suffrage Association from 1903-1905. Open to the public by appointment or during special dates. Check their website for more information.||
Built by General Simon Perkins in 1840, this national historic site became the home of women’s suffrage leader Harriet Taylor Upton in 1887. It also served as the headquarters for the National American Women’s Suffrage Association from 1903 until 1905 when it was moved to the Courthouse. In 1909 the organization relocated to New York City.
Harriet Taylor Upton was Warren's national celebrity at the turn of the 20th century. Born on December 17, 1854, in Ravenna, Ohio, she moved with her family to Warren, Ohio in 1862.
Harriet's widowed father, Judge Ezra B. Taylor, was appointed to Congress in 1880. Harriet accompanied him to Washington, D.C., where she served as his hostess and companion. There she became a favorite in society, both for her literary ability and her amiability of character. She married Attorney George Upton in 1884. They had no children.
Because of her familiarity with the Washington political scene she was a natural to represent the cause of women's suffrage. In 1890, Harriet committed herself completely to the suffrage movement. For the next 30 years she was dedicated to the passage of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to vote. She worked closely with her mentor, Susan B. Anthony, with whom she formed a lasting friendship. Through her political involvement, she became friends with Presidents Hayes, Garfield, McKinley, Harding and Hoover. It was said by the Washington Post, "Mrs. Upton is without a doubt the best liked and wisest suffrage worker in the country...”
|380 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||330.395.1840||www.UptonHouse.org||41.2396052||-80.8222294||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Ernie Hall Aviation Museum||Ernie Hall Aviation Museum||New Trumbull County museum honoring local contributions to the field of aviation, bearing the name of one of America’s most well-regarded aeronautical pioneers, Warren, Ohio native Ernest C Hall. The museum is filled with local, national and international aviation memorabilia from the birth of the industry through present day.||
This new Trumbull County museum honors local aviators’ contributions to the field of aviation and bears the name of one of America’s most well-regarded aeronautical pioneers, Ernest C Hall. Among this veteran Warren, Ohio aviator and flying school instructor’s flight teachers were the Wright Brothers.
The museum is filled with local, national and international aviation memorabilia from the birth of the industry through present day. Visitors can see items such as letters written between Hall and Orville Wright; signatures from pilots such as Amelia Earhart and Chuck Yeager; and a piece of fabric from the Fokker DR-1 Triplane that Manfred von Richthofen – better known as the Red Baron – flew when he was shot down and killed in 1918.
|4033 North River Road||Ohio||44484||www.ErnieHallAviationMuseum.org||41.2659199||-80.7538754||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|John Stark Edwards House Museum (circa 1807)||John Stark Edwards House Museum (circa 1807)||One of the oldest known structures in Trumbull County, this museum is a legacy to the early pioneers of the Connecticut Western Reserve.||
One of the oldest known structures in Trumbull County
By reservation only, guided tours are available on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. A tour reservation can be made by calling (330) 394-4653.
Visit the website for more information on other scheduled events.
This property is owned and operated by the Trumbull County Historical Society.
|303 Monroe Street||Ohio||44483||330.394.4653||www.TrumbullCountyHistory.email@example.com||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|National Packard Museum||National Packard Museum||Featuring the history of the Packard family, the Packard Motor Car, and other Packard enterprises. It hosts a number of special exhibits throughout the year including the annual Antique Motorcycle Exhibit every January-May and its Packard Legacy Weekend in July. Visit the website for hours and a schedule of exhibits and events.||
This museum features the history of the Packard family, the Packard Motor Car and other Packard enterprises. It hosts a number of special exhibits throughout the year including the annual Antique Motorcycle Exhibit every January-May and its Packard Legacy Weekend in July.
Looking for more? Watch this video where Casey Putsch spends the day at the National Packard Museum and drives a gorgeous 1936 Packard 120b to show what it was like to live with a car from this time as well as the history of the Packard Motor Company and Warren, Ohio.
|1899 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||330.394.1899||www.PackardMuseum.org||41.267024||-80.837445||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Sutliff Museum||Sutliff Museum||This museum features the history of the Sutliff family - from pioneer days of the Ohio Western Reserve, through the days of the Civil War, to the height of the Victorian era. Members of the Sutliff family were active in the local abolition movement and conductors on the Underground Railroad.||
Located on the second floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library in downtown Warren, this museum features the life and times of the Sutliff family — from pioneer times of the Ohio Western Reserve through the days of the Civil War to the height of the Victorian era. Members of the Sutliff family were active in the local abolition movement and conductors on the Underground Railroad.
Don't forget, you are still able to "visit" the Sutliff Museum through our App! Featured are tours about the Sutliff Family, Underground Railroad history, and Victorian Design. Click the links below to download to your own device!
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|Warren-Trumbull County Public Library||444 Mahoning Avenue NW||Second Floor||Ohio||44483||330.395.6575||www.SutliffMuseum.org||41.267024||-80.837445||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Underground Railroad Exhibit||Underground Railroad Exhibit||Designated as a Freedom Station by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Cincinnati, this exhibit provides a glimpse of local anti-slavery sentiments from the 1820s to the 1850s. It is located on the second floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library in downtown Warren, directly outside the doors of the Sutliff Museum and is available for viewing during regular library hours.||
Designated as a Freedom Station by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Cincinnati, this exhibit provides a glimpse of local anti-slavery sentiments from the 1820s to the 1850s. It is located on the second floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library in downtown Warren, directly outside the doors of the Sutliff Museum and is available for viewing during regular library hours.
|444 Mahoning Avenue NW||Second Floor||Ohio||44483||330.395.6575||www.SutliffMuseum.org||41.267024||-80.837445||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Warren Heritage Center||Warren Heritage Center||Built in 1832 by General Simon Perkins as a wedding gift for his daughter Olive Douglas Perkins, and her husband, Frederick Kinsman, today serves as the home of the Warren Heritage Center. The Center tells the story of the City of Warren and its role as the first economic and government center of the historic Connecticut Western Reserve.||
The historic Kinsman House, which was built in 1832 by General Simon Perkins as a wedding gift for his daughter Olive Douglas Perkins and her husband, Frederick Kinsman, today serves as the home of the Warren Heritage Center.
The Warren Heritage Center tells the story of the City of Warren and its role as the first economic and government center of the historic Connecticut Western Reserve. It collects, preserves and interprets artifacts from the City's past and maintains and conserves existing and future collections for exhibitions and educational programs.
The Kinsman House, which is handicap- accessible for the physically-impaired, is available to rent for meetings, dinners and special occasions. Arrangements can be made through the Warren Heritage Center.
Find them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WarrenHeritageCenter/.
|303 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||330.372.0237||warrenheritagecenter.org||41.2383493||-80.8220996||WarrenHeritage@aol.com||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children's Center for Science & Technology||OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children's Center for Science & Technology||Interactive museum featuring hands-on exhibits that allow both children and adults to have fun while learning.||
This interactive museum features hands-on exhibits and educational programs based in science, technology, engineering and mathematics that allows both children and adults to have fun while learning. Choose from self-directed or staff-guided exploration opportunities on-site.
|15 Central Square||Ohio||44503||330.744.5914||www.OhWowKids.org||41.1001255||-80.6500765||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Ohio's First Civil War Monument||Ohio's First Civil War Monument||Erected in 1863, two years prior to the ending of the civil war||
Erected in 1863, two years prior to the ending of the civil war, this monument is located at the cross roads of State Route 45 and State Route 88 in the town of Bristolville. Etched in the stone monument are the names of 14 area men who died in the war. In 2005 a historical marker was placed along the road making it officially Ohio’s first civil war memorial.
|At the cross roads of State Route 45 and State Route 88||OH||44484||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Morgan History Center & Trumbull County Historical Society||Morgan History Center||The Owen and Mary Morgan House is now home to the Morgan History Center and the Trumbull County Historical Society. At the History Center, you can discover new exhibits, research local history and attend one of their many events.||
This house was built in 1894 for Owen and Mary Morgan and was one of the largest homes on Warren’s “Millionaires’ Row.” Owen Morgan was co-owner of the Williams & Morgan Carriage Manufacturing Company, which produced the bodies for the first Packard automobiles.
Today, the house serves as a History Center, serving in multiple functions, including local historical research, events, and exhibits. The Center is open Wednesday-Friday 1p-4p and Saturday 10a-4p.
|The Morgan History Center||328 Mahoning Ave NW||OH||44483||(330) 394-4653||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Leavittsburg Heritage Museum||Leavittsburg Heritage Museum||The Leavittsburg Heritage Museum building was generously donated to the DLIA in 1998 by the Polivka family.||
A museum containing the archives and treasures of a small community on the Mahoning River.
|Leavittsburg Heritage Museum||4901 West Market Street||Ohio||44430||https://email@example.com||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Moss Ancestral Home||Moss Ancestral Home||An 1843 Pennsylvania style bank house.||
This home was saved from destruction in 1990 by Mary Lou Godleski. Mary Lou was researching her family history and discovered the home was once owned by her great, great grandfather. The restoration on this 1843 Pennsylvania style bank house began in 2003. It is preserved with original elements and period materials and reproductions.
Open houses are on the second Sunday of each month April to November 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Contact directly for group tours.
|The Moss Ancestral Home||1499 Burnett Street||Ohio||44440||330-544-1931||http://www.mossancestralhome.com/||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Mahoning Avenue Pioneer Cemetery||Mahoning Avenue Pioneer Cemetery||The Mahoning Avenue Pioneer Cemetery is located in Warren Ohio and is believed to be one of the oldest designated cemeteries in the area dating back to the early 1800's.||
Sheltered underneath a canopy of giant maple trees and carpeted with lush green grass, the Mahoning Avenue Pioneer Cemetery is one of the few places in Warren that looks just the same today as it would’ve two hundred years ago. While walking through, the hustle and bustle of nearby Mahoning Avenue dissipate into a melodic forest song, punctuated by the notes of robins' tweets and squirrel chirps no matter what the season. Situated on 1.4 acres of land formerly belonging to Henry Lane Jr. who arrived at Warren from Washington County, Pennsylvania in the spring of 1800 with his family. Lane Jr. donated the use of this tract to the then-budding village for use as a public burial ground––the first in the city.
|661 Mahoning Ave NW||OH||44483||(330) firstname.lastname@example.org||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery||Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery||Selected by John Kinsman, the man behind the town's namesake, Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery, also known as the "old cemetery" is one of the oldest cemeteries in Trumbull County, first being used in 1804.||
Out of all the cemeteries in Trumbull County, one, in particular, seems like a relic from New England itself: the Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery, or Old Presbyterian Cemetery. A sizable tract of land at the corner of State Street and Church Street with lanky trees framing the outskirts of the grounds along the road. Inside the cemetery itself, headstones, obelisks, and cast-iron fences all rise against a beautiful Greek Revival church, giving the appearance of a colonial churchyard. One of the oldest cemeteries in Trumbull County, the Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery got its start in April of 1804 when John Kinsman, the township’s namesake selected this spot as the resting place for John Tidd. 32 years old at the time of his death, Tidd had been a bachelor from Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania who became sick with fever and died––becoming the first death in the township. Although he was buried in an unmarked grave, the cemetery began to fill up with headstones fast as more and more settlers from the East arrived, and the trials of pioneer life often proved fatal.
|6383 Church St||OH||44428||https://www.kinsmantownship.org/kinsman-cemetery||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|East Greene Cemetery||East Greene Cemetery||A tract of land longer than it is wide along the south side of Dennison-Ashtabula Road, the East Greene Cemetery is a bucolic pioneer burial ground set at the edge of a forest glade in Trumbull County Northeast Ohio.||
A tract of land longer than it is wide along the south side of Dennison-Ashtabula Road, the East Greene Cemetery is a bucolic pioneer burial ground set at the edge of a forest glade. Guarded by a chain link fence around the perimeter and stately trees in the back, rows upon rows of weatherworn headstones stand to greet those who cross the gate’s threshold. Established somewhat later than other cemeteries we’ve examined in this series, the East Greene Cemetery came into existence in February 1832 with the death of William Cowden, the young son of Simpson Cowden who emigrated to this area from Randolph, Cattaraugus County, New York. Used throughout the 19th century well into the early decades of the 20th, the last burial here took place in 1923. The cemetery is occasionally referred to as the “Kenilworth Cemetery'' in some publications, as a mile to the north, the once thriving community of Kenilworth existed at the corners of State Route 87 and Dennison–Ashtabula Roads. Having a post office, general store, and inn, the community was a popular stop along the Cleveland to Meadville stagecoach route. In order to easily find the graves featured in this presentation, markers are listed in order of appearance as one walks through the cemetery, starting at the front gate headed left, as well as photographs for easy identification.
|At the corner of Dennison Ashtabula Rd and Gardner Barclay Rd.||OH||44450||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Niles Union Cemetery||Niles Union Cemetery||Niles Union Cemetery in Trumbull County Ohio got its start in 1806 and was originally known as Jack Oak Burying Ground. It would suffer major damage over a century later in 1985 when a rare, powerful tornado passed through the area.||
The story of the Niles Union Cemetery is unlike any other cemetery in Trumbull County, as it is a phoenix, having risen from the ashes following great destruction. Originally known as the “Jack Oak Burying Ground'' for the type of trees which populated the grounds during the early 19th century, this cemetery got its start in 1806 when Hannah Heaton, the six year old daughter of James Heaton––Niles’ founding father, passed away and was buried in what is now the southeast corner of the cemetery. Initially only an acre in size, the first burials were largely confined to an area around Hannah’s grave. Members of the Heaton family made up the first few decades of burials, so much so that it’s said that in 1835 an unnamed settler upon examining the cemetery stated “why this township is all settled by Heatons, and they are all dead!” However, by the late 1830s, as the community of Niles grew bigger and more people filled in, the cemetery started to expand outwards upon the full acre of land with burials gradually fanning north towards Niles-Cortland Road and an undeveloped tract of land to the east. On March 28th, 1863, upon being deeded to Weathersfield Township by Oliver and Henry Kyle, the Jack Oak Burying Ground became the Niles Union Cemetery, and with this transaction, gained an additional 1.08 acres of land. In 1870, wealthy ironmaster William Ward, who owned land directly east of the cemetery, sold Weathersfield Township trustees 8 acres of land, which when added onto the first two plots, totaled the cemetery's size to a square ten acres. Subsequently seeing more additions in 1873, 1895, 1905 and 1915; by time expansion ceased in 1930, the cemetery had grown to a rolling 40 acres in size, with the original “pioneer” tract surrounded by new lots and gradually falling into disuse. In the 1970s, as Niles (and much of the Mahoning Valley) was on the decline due to deindustrialization, the Niles Union Cemetery faced its own challenges: vandalism and a lack of upkeep. While both of these traits are by no means unique to this cemetery alone, they were nothing compared to the events that occurred a decade later on May 31st, 1985.
|1213 Niles Cortland Rd.||OH||44446||(330) 544-9000||https://nileshistoricalsociety.org/Union%20Cemetery.email@example.com||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Vienna Memorial Cemetery||Vienna Memorial Cemetery||The Vienna Memorial Cemetery is tucked behind the quaint New England-style village green of Vienna Center and faithfully serves as a resting place for Vienna Township’s deceased for over 130 years including some noteworthy individuals local to Trumbull County and its history.||
Tucked behind the quaint New England-style village green of Vienna Center is the Vienna Memorial Cemetery. Informally established in 1805 upon the township’s first death, that of Abiel Bartholomew, a native of Waterbury, Connecticut, Bartholomew was killed while felling a tree with his son, Ira on January 4th of that year. In the winter following his death, a deed for the village green, as well as the corresponding land that the grave sat on was issued. However, it wasn’t until June 20, 1810, that the deed would be officially recorded by the Trumbull County Recorder’s Office. Given to the township by Connecticut Land Company proprietors Ephraim Root and Urial Holmes, the future home of the Vienna Memorial Cemetery was described in the document as “eight acres” of “cleared and improved land North and West of the Centre Point'.” Purchased by the Presbyterian Society, a non-religious, business-minded branch of the local Presbyterian Church for $20, the tract was soon divided up with six acres going to the Society, while two of the southernmost tracts surrounding Abiel’s grave formed the basis of the Memorial Cemetery.
The headstone of Abiel Bartholomew, the first in the Vienna Memorial Cemetery
Faithfully serving as a resting place for Vienna Township’s dead for over 130 years, the original cemetery, or what is now known as the “Old Section” was closed to any new interments in 1938 with the addition of “Section 1” to the north. Giving the cemetery an additional 216 plots for use, it is this tract that is still in public use today. However, for this article, we will be looking at the Old Section, which naturally contains the remains of many of Vienna Township’s historical residents. To easily find the graves featured in this presentation, markers are listed in order of appearance as one walks through the cemetery, starting at the front gate, as well as photographs for easy identification.
A view of the Vienna Memorial Cemetery looking towards the green. The steeple of the Presbyterian Church can be seen in the distance.
|4265 Warren-Sharon Rd||OH||44473||https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/2324620/vienna-township-center-cemetery||Museums & History, +||false||Published|
|Destination Geauga||Destination Geauga||Member-based organization promotes Geauga County and the fourth largest Amish community in the world. Learn about shopping opportunities, unique retail establishments, beautiful scenery, and Amish culture and delicious food, by request a copy of their latest Visitor Guide or visiting their website.||
This destination marketing organization is member-based and promotes not only Geauga County but the fourth largest Amish community in the world. The organization’s promotional efforts highlight a variety of shopping opportunities, unique retail establishments, beautiful scenery, Amish culture and delicious food. For detailed visitor information, request a copy of their latest Visitor Guide or visit their website.
|12375 Kinsman Rd, H-8 Newbury||Ohio||44065||800.775.8687||440.632.1538||www.DestinationGeauga.com||41.462689||-81.0726405||Amish Country, +||false||Published|
|Horse and Buggy Tours||Horse and Buggy Tours||Enjoy an authentic Amish horse and buggy ride as you explore Mesopotamia's Amish Culture and the historic Common Square in a guided tour by Wayne Hershberger.||
Enjoy an authentic Amish horse and buggy ride as you explore Mesopotamia's historic Common's Square in a guided tour by Discover America Tours LLC.
Wayne Hershberger's Amish Horse and Buggy Rides start at the oldest operating general store in the state of Ohio, End of the Commons General Store, and take you on a tour around the Common's Square for a better look at it's history and the Amish culture surrounding it.
A two-and-a-half-hour Horse and Buggy/Amish Culture tour is also available. On this specific tour, you will visit the End of the Commons General Store, an Amish School, and an Amish home all while riding along the beautiful country roads of Mesopotamia in a horse and buggy!
Lunch and dinner are included in this 2.5-hour tour as well as overnight accommodations at the Old Stone House Bed and Breakfast located in Mesopotamia. These tours and their accommodations are subject to availability, please call Wayne for more information.
There is limited availability per tour, so make sure to call or text Wayne Hershberger today to book your experience!
When taking pictures on these tours guests are asked to be respectful of the Amish Culture and Community.
|Rides begin at the End of the Commons General Store.||8719 OH-534||OH||44439||440-321-1534||https://www.facebook.com/waynehershberger.travel||Amish Country, +||false||Published|
|Packard Barn Mural||Packard Barn Mural||Packard Automobile Barn mural - eighth in a series of barns that showcase innovators, innovations or accomplishments from Ohio history.||
The Packard Automobile Ohio History Barn mural in Champion Township, Ohio. This mural is a partnership between the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau, the Packard Museum, the Trumbull County Historical Society, and Ohio History Connection to showcase the legacy of the Packard Automobile. Don and Helen Fenstermaker's barn is located near the company’s original location in Warren, Ohio.
This is the eighth in a series of barns that will showcase innovators, innovations or accomplishments from Ohio history. Previously completed Ohio History Barns include: President Rutherford B. Hayes (Sandusky County), Annie Oakley (Darke County), Zoar Village Bicentennial (Tuscarawas County), Massillon Tigers vs. Canton-McKinley Football Rivalry (Stark County), Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry (Ottawa County), Tecumseh (Greene County) and first-ever Medal of Honor recipient Jacob Parrott (Hardin County). The Ohio History Connection plans to continue this project with other barns and important topics across Ohio.
Mr. Fenstermaker also has a personal connection to Packard: he worked there for 35 years, as did his mother and many other relatives. He says that he feels lucky to have worked at Packard during its heyday and adds, “we are proud to have been chosen to have the barn painted and we would like to thank the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau, the state of Ohio, and painter Scott Hagan for working with us on the project.”
Mary Ann Porinchak, Executive Director of the National Packard Museum in Warren, said, “The first Packard Motor Car was built in Warren in 1899 at the Packard Electric Company. The manufacturing of this successful automobile brought about the formation of the Ohio Automobile Company, which evolved into the Packard Motor Car Company in 1902. The Packard Motor Car Company was a major automobile manufacturer in the United States during the first half of the 20th century that produced elegant, expensive, and top-of-the-market cars.”
The mural is the work of barn artist Scott Hagan, who also painted the 88 Ohio Bicentennial Barns. Hagan employs hand painting techniques he has developed over several years to recreate designs formulated by Columbus-area graphic designer David Browning.
Beth Kotwis Carmichael, Executive Director of the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau, says, “We’re very excited to have the opportunity to share both our area’s story and its ties to the larger story of Ohio history through this large-format art installation.” She continues, “We’re thrilled that we were selected so early in the Ohio History Connection Project. This barn painting will prompt visitors to explore this and other sites in Trumbull County, and we encourage both visitors and residents alike to take in the legacy left by the Packard family to this area.”
|973 Center Street||OH||44481||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Extreme Air Trampoline Park||Extreme Air Trampoline Park||Welcome to the ultimate experience! Run, don’t walk and bounce on over to Extreme Air Trampoline Park, Trumbull County's only trampoline park. With over 10,000 square feet of custom made trampolines adjoining the floors and walls, and set in a family friendly atmosphere, we are dedicated to one thing: EXTREME FAMILY FUN & FITNESS!||
||Extreme Air Trampoline Park||5555 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44446||330-652-9243||http://www.extremeairparks.com/||extremeairparks.com||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Escape History Escape Rooms||Escape History Escape Rooms||We are not your average escape room. In fact, we will take you back in time to real historical situations, and provide you with the opportunity to see if you and your group can change history.||
If you like escape rooms and history, then you have found the right location for your next big adventure. Escape History combines historical events and scenarios to bring you the ultimate "Escape Room" experience. Come and join us. Slip back in time and see if you and your group can change history.
When you walk through our doors, imagine stepping into a time machine where history comes alive, and situations that have shaped our world exist. For each of our rooms, you will be provided the opportunity to solve puzzles, find clues, and do some investigative research. Beware, you are limited on time so you must hurry. Are you up to the challenge? If so, then consider Escape History for your next adventure.
|Escape History Escape Rooms||5580 Youngstown Warren Road, STE 1||Ohio||44446||330-299-5172||https://www.escapehistory.com/||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Kuchta Farms||Kuchta Farms||Pumpkin patch, corn maze, and sunflower field. Come visit for our Fall Fun Days, Hayrides, and a Fun Adventure Zone! Scheduled Weekend Activities for both Children and Adults.||
We are a family owned and operated Agritourism, Grain and Produce farm located in Braceville, Ohio.
Kuchta Farms has been in operation since 1954 and has produced many different crops including soybeans, wheat, corn and many varieties of produce.
We have been known for our SWEET CORN in the past, but more recently have shifted our focus to soybeans, field corn harvesting and in the fall...10+ Acre CORN MAZE, HAYRIDE, ADVENTURE ZONE, PUMPKINS and more!
The Pumpkin Patch has pumpkins and gourds of every shape, size and color. Corn stalks, Mums, Indian Corn and Straw are all available as well as apples and apple cider
"Old-Fashioned" Milk and Ice Cream from Bakers Golden Dairy in New Waterford, OH
|Kuchta Farms||4480 State Route 82||Ohio||44444||330-984-4525||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Bending Oak Farm||Bending Oak Farm||Bending Oak Permaculture Farm is an educational farm committed to our mission of showing people what is possible when looking to create a more sustainable world.||
Bending Oak Farm is an educational farm committed to our mission of showing people what is possible when looking to create a more sustainable world. Through classes, workshops, school tours, community programs and hands-on experiences, we look to demonstrate attainable practices to better the lives of all people as we move to a sustainable culture. We invite you to come and experience how you can create a more sustainable life for you, your family, friends and your community.
|Bending Oak Farm||100 Cottage Grove Drive||Ohio||44505||617-939-4407||https://bendingoak.com/||Attractions & Points of Interest, +||false||Published|
|Trumbull Town Hall Celebrity Lecture Series||Trumbull Town Hall Celebrity Lecture Series||For over 30 years, this educational cultural organization has brought nationally and internationally acclaimed lecturers to the Trumbull County area.||
For over 30 years, this educational cultural organization has brought nationally and internationally acclaimed lecturers to the Trumbull County area. Each year four different speakers, including notable performers, authors or public figures, inform, educate and entertain the audience at the Packard Music Hall.
|PO Box 947||Ohio||44482||330.373.1900||www.TrumbullTownHall.org||41.2148342||-80.7898329||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Take II||Take II||More commonly known as "Doc and Ellie", this duo has been performing together at local wineries, restaurants, cafes, lounges, weddings, family reunions, corporate events, festivals and more for over 20 years.||
More commonly known as "Doc and Ellie", this duo has been performing together at local wineries, restaurants, cafes, lounges, weddings, family reunions, corporate events, festivals and more for over 20 years. They play a large variety of dance and listening music and perform acoustically with background tracks. Musical selections range from the 50s through current Rock, Pop, Country and Oldies. When you book Take II for an event, you'll hear anything from the Eagles to Jimmy Buffett to Willie Nelson to Fleetwood Mac and more.
|8003 East Market Street||Ohio||44484||330.856.4888||TakeII.com||41.2388446||-80.7480911||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Sunrise Entertainment||Sunrise Entertainment||Local entertainment company bringing concerts to the outdoor Community Amphitheater in downtown Warren nearly every Saturday night during the Summer, and throughout the year at Packard Music Hall, the DeYor Center, and Stambaugh Auditorium.||
This local entertainment company brings River Rock at the Amp Tribute Concerts to the outdoor Community Amphitheatre in downtown Warren nearly every Saturday night during the summer months. And throughout the year just up the street from the Amphitheatre, Sunrise Entertainment productions take center stage at Packard Music Hall located on the grounds of Packard Park and Powers Auditorium at the DeYor Center and Stambaugh Auditorium both in Youngstown.
|510 East Market Street||Ohio||44481||330.392.5176||SunriseEntertains.com||41.23601||-80.811609||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Warren Civic Chorus||Warren Civic Chorus||This Chorus promotes and performs choral music in and around Warren, OH.||
The Warren Civic Chorus is a non-profit organization established to foster and promote choral music in and around Warren and is always seeking talented new voices ages 14 & older.
|PO Box 2471||OH||44484||330.824.3136||www.WarrenCivicChorus.com||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|W D Packard Concert Band||W. D. Packard Concert Band||The band offers a free monthly concert to the local community throughout the year, inside and outside Packard Music Hall.||
More commonly known as the “Pride of Warren since 1955”, the band offers a free monthly concert to the local community throughout the year. During the winter, concerts are held inside the Packard Music Hall. In the summer, the concerts are performed outdoors on the south lawn.
|1703 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44484||330.393.3628 • 330.841.2931||www.WDPackardBand.com||41.2513224||-80.8304745||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Warren Philharmonic Orchestra||Warren Philharmonic Orchestra||Led by conductor Susan Davenny Wyner, Warren’s award-winning orchestra showcases an array of local talent and international stars.||
Led by conductor Susan Davenny Wyner, Warren’s award-winning orchestra showcases an array of local talent and international stars. Each concert is an adventure for the entire family.
|PO Box 8507||Ohio||44483||330.399.3606||www.WarrenPhilharmonic.org||41.2148342||-80.7898329||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Warren Civic Music Association||Warren Civic Music Association||Oldest community arts organization in Trumbull County.||
This organization is the oldest community arts organization in Trumbull County. For nearly 80 years, it has presented high-quality programs ranging from symphonies and operas to dance troupes and Broadway musicals to individual artists and musical groups.
|Packard Music Hall||1703 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||330.841.2931||www.WarrenCivicMusic.com||41.2513224||-80.8304745||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Trumbull Art Gallery||Trumbull Art Gallery||Sponsors various exhibits throughout the year, with a gift shop of artwork, fine crafts and specialty items made by local artisans available for purchase.||
This gallery sponsors various exhibits throughout the year. Visitors to the TAG Gift Shop will find artwork, fine crafts and specialty items made by local artisans available for purchase. The gallery also offers both children and adult art classes in a variety of media.
|158 North Park Avenue||Ohio||44481||330.395.4876||www.TrumbullArtGallery.com||41.2370404||-80.8176656||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Medici Museum of Art||Medici Museum of Art||Medici Museum of Art includes pieces from contemporary and classic artists along with periodic traveling exhibits.||
The Medici Museum of Art is committed to inspiring, educating, and cultivating art experiences. They do this by highlighting various forms of art.
The Board of the Medici supports “Arts for All.” While the Museum provides free admission for all visitors (except for special events, classes, exhibit openings, etc.), they encourage donations to be made for investment back into the museum experience.
Currently on Display: Norman Rockwell - American Scouting Collection
Click the image for an inside look at the Norman Rockwell America Scouting Collection
The Medici Museum of Art is proud to host the Boy Scouts of America Fine Arts Collection including numerous works by Norman Rockwell and other painters and illustrators including Walt Disney, Carl Clemens Moritz Rungius, Howard Chandler Christy and Joseph Christian Leyendecker.
This exhibition presents many works of art never previously seen together. The exhibit speaks to a wide audience including Boy Scout enthusiasts, fans of Norman Rockwell, illustrators, painters and the general public who appreciate great art.
Presentation of this exhibition is made possible by Foundation Medici and The Boy Scouts of America.
Read About Norman Rockwell on Display At Medici
Currently on Display: Carole A. Feuerman - The Importance of Being Human
Titled “The Importance of Being Human,” Carole A. Feuerman's 18-piece exhibition will be on display until Feb. 1.
Feuerman was one of the founders of the hyperrealism art movement in the 1970s. She is best known for her works of swimmers and dancers and is the only sculptor in the world creating hyperreal art installations for outdoor display. The exhibition will also include “Monumental Quan,” a larger-than-life Feuerman sculpture that will be permanently displayed on the front lawn of the Medici, said Katelyn Amendolara-Russo, curator and director of the museum.
Carole A. Feuerman’s work is already in the permanent collections of 31 museums.
|9350 East Market Street||Ohio||44484||330-856-2120||https://www.medicimuseum.art/||41.236398||-80.7227659||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|W D Packard Music Hall||W.D. Packard Music Hall||The center for cultural and entertainment programs in Trumbull County, with 7,000 square feet of space, a seating capacity of nearly 2,500, and a permanent stage.||
This versatile public assembly facility, which is owned by the City of Warren and managed by JAC Management, is the center for cultural and entertainment programs in Trumbull County.
|1703 Mahoning Avenue NW||Ohio||44483||330.841.2931||www.PackardMusicHall.com||41.2513224||-80.8304745||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County||Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County||Throughout the year, sponsors a variety of events and programs aimed at making arts and culture accessible to Trumbull County residents and visitors.||
Throughout the year, this organization sponsors a variety of events and programs aimed at making arts and culture accessible to Trumbull County residents and visitors.
|180 North Park Avenue||Ohio||44481||330.469.1729||www.TrumbullArts.org||41.2373366||-80.8178784||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Barn Quilt Trail||Barn Quilt Trail||This community organized trail is in the early development stage and will feature quilt blocks displayed on barns around the countryside of Trumbull County.||
This community organized trail is in the early development stage and will feature quilt blocks displayed on barns around the countryside of Trumbull County.
Ohio Star with Oliver Tractor Logo
Artist: Gary Tabor
Babb Residence - 8843 Turner Mullen Road, Kinsman.
4' x 4' Barn Quilt located on the wooden car port on the south side of the property.
Artist: Glenda Betterridge
Bailey Farm (a Century Farm) - 2376 Lyntz Road, Lordstown
4' x 4' Barn Quilt Located on South (front) side of Christmas Tree Retail Sales Building.
Wyoming Valley & Exploding Stars (2 quilts)
Artist: Sherry Champlin
Champlin Residence - 512 Center Street, Champion
4' x 4' Wyoming Valley located on the shed at the Northeast corner of property
4' x 4' Exploding Stars located on the front of house
Ohio Star with Rose of Sharon
Artist: Gary Tabor
Perry Residence - 4326 State Route 87, Gustavus
4' x 4' Barn Quilt located on the West side of Barn, Top, Center
Artist: Gary Tabor
Sutton Residence - 8638 State Route 7, Kinsman
4' x 4' Barn Quilt located on front of barn.
Artist - Melissa Fenton
Fischer Residence - 1060 Niles Vienna Road, Vienna
4' x 4' Barn Quilt located on the front side of the barn.
Artist - Gary Tabor
Vienna Township Maintenance Building - 835 Youngstown Kingsville Rd, Vienna.
8' x 8' Barn quilt made up of four 4' x 4' squares. Dairy Cow, C-130 Aircraft, Coal Mine Picks, Clock.
|321 Mahoning Ave NW||Ohio||44483||330-675-3081||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Warren Community Amphitheatre||Warren Community Amphitheatre||Located on the banks of the Mahoning River in downtown Warren, with seating for over 3,000.||
Located on the banks of the Mahoning River in downtown Warren, this outdoor amphitheatre is one of Trumbull County’s newest entertainment jewels. With seating for over 3,000 and its Riverwalk Stagehouse, this multi-purpose public venue features everything from local bands and nationally-renown groups to concert performances and outdoor movie screenings.
|303 Mahoning Avenue NW||OH||44483||330.841.2601||www.Warren.org||41.2383493||-80.8220996||Arts & Entertainment, +||false||Published|
|Bristolwood Golf Course||Bristolwood Golf Course||9-hole course||
|7108 State Route 45||Ohio||44402||330.889.3771||41.411103||-80.865464||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Yankee Run Golf Course||Yankee Run Golf Course||Voted one of the top 10 public courses in Ohio and rated 4-1/2 Stars by Golf Digest, this 18-hole course is situated on 150 acres of rolling terrain.||
Voted one of the top 10 public courses in Ohio and rated 4-1/2 Stars by Golf Digest, this 18-hole course is located in southeastern Trumbull County and sits close to the Ohio-Pennsylvania state line. Owned and operated by the McMullin family, this complex is situated on 150 acres of rolling terrain. Facilities and amenities include a clubhouse, cart rental with GPS, club rental, on-site golf pro, restaurant, retail shop and picnic shelter for up to 150. “Stay and Play” packages available. Special daily and weekly promotions. Tee times recommended and taken year-round.
|7610 Sharon Warren Road||Ohio||44403||800.466.5346 • 330.448.8096||www.YankeeRun.com||41.2348704||-80.5437048||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Tamer Win Golf & Country Club||Tamer Win Golf & Country Club||This 18-hole course has been a family operation for over 50 years.||
This 18-hole course which is centrally-located in Trumbull County, has been a family operation for over 55 years. Today the second generation of the Tamer Win family manages the course. Groomed daily, the complex features watered greens, tees and fairways with connecting golf paths around the entire course. Facilities and amenities included a clubhouse, cart rental, snack and beverage bar, retail shop, two outdoor shelters with restrooms, refrigerators, stoves, grills and tables for up to 150. “Stay and Play” packages available. Special promotions. Tee times recommended and taken year-round.
|3020 Niles Cortland Road NE||Ohio||44410||330.637.2881||www.TamerWin.com||41.298307||-80.726274||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Mahoning Country Club||Mahoning Country Club||18-hole course.||
|710 East Liberty Street||Ohio||44420||330.545.2519||http://mahoningcountryclub.com/||41.1537414||-80.680039||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Pine Lakes Golf Club||Pine Lakes Golf Club||Over 90 year-old 18-hole course located in the southeastern corner of Trumbull County.||
Rated 4-1/2 Stars by Golf Digest, this 18-hole course which is located in the southeastern corner of Trumbull County has been in business for over 90 years. Totally revamped, this golf complex sits on 234 acres and includes the only PGA approved teaching facility in northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. Facilities and amenities include a clubhouse, cart rental, club rental, driving range with heated stalls, on-site golf pro, lessons by appointment, snack bar, retail shop, picnic shelters for up to 200. “Stay and Play” packages available. Website and online specials. Tee times recommended and taken year-round.
|6233 West Liberty Street||Ohio||44425||888.746.3525 • 330.534.9026||https://www.golfpinelakes.com/||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Deer Creek Golf Course||Deer Creek Golf Course||Beautiful Ohio landscapes for all levels of golfers. 18-hole course.||
Located in Hubbard, this 18-hole course offers rolling hills, straight, and dogleg terrain. Great for all levels of golfers.
|7691 East Liberty Street||Ohio||44425||330.534.1395||41.170266||-80.542962||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Penn-Ohio Golf Trail||Penn-Ohio Golf Trail||The "Largest Golf Trail in the US" begins here in Trumbull County!||
Tee off at one of the 60 locations on this trail that range from private clubs to beautiful public courses. Penn Ohio Golf Trail is a golf lover's dream come true. With courses in Ohio and Pennsylvania, you can spend your entire vacation playing through lush green landscapes with breathtaking views of rolling hills along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. There are even options for novices to the game—and those who just want to relax after a long day of work or play!
Located on the Ohio and Pennsylvania line, "The Largest Golf Trail in the USA" meanders through Northeast Ohio and Western PA and features 54 courses with 10 private "Members Only" Golf Clubs. Golf "Stay & Play" packages feature cabins, a 4-Diamond B&B, 4 Mansions, and Top Rated Hotels.
|1204 Palmetto Drive||Ohio||44425||877.534.6789||330.534.5897 (fax)||www.PennOhioGolfTrail.com||41.1579195||-80.5911277||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Bronzwood Golf Club||Bronzwood Golf Club||Over 40-year old 18-hole course located in the northeastern corner of Trumbull County.||
This 18-hole course, which has been operated by the Bronson family for over 40 years, is located in the northeastern corner of Trumbull County two miles from the Ohio-Pennsylvania state line and within easy driving distance of Warren. Facilities and amenities include a clubhouse, cart rental, on-site golf pro, restaurant, snack bar, retail shop and a picnic shelter for 100 with water and electric. Daily and weekly promotions offered. Tee times are recommended and taken year-round.
|9645 Kinsman Pymatuning Road||Ohio||44428||330.876.5300||www.BronzwoodGolfCourse.com||41.483307||-80.55558||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Riverview Golf Course||Riverview Golf Course||18-hole course.||
|3903 State Route 82 SW||Ohio||44444||330.898.5674||41.225561||-80.9385||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Duck Creek Golf Club||Duck Creek Golf Club||18-hole course.||
|3351 Newton Tomlinson Road SW||Ohio||44444||330.872.3825||https://duckcreekgolfohio.com/||41.154707||-80.91842||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Hidden Oaks Golf Club||Hidden Oaks Golf Club||Fantastic 9 hole course for various skill levels||
Nestled in Vienna Township this 9 hole course has two tees positions for various skill levels. The longest hole is 3061 yards.
|903 Sodom Hutchings Road||Ohio||44473||330.856.6872||https://b-m.facebook.com/Hidden-Oaks-Golf-Course-333636579868/||41.2197007||-80.6362937||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Avalon at Squaw Creek||Avalon at Squaw Creek||This tree-lined classic 18-hole golf course was designed by Canadian Stanley Thompson.||
This tree-lined classic 18-hole golf course was designed by Canadian Stanley Thompson and is one of the oldest championship caliber courses in the Midwest. It features five sets of tees ranging from 4,990 to 7,372 yards.
|761 Youngstown Kingsville Road (SR 193)||Ohio||44473||330.539.5103||www.AvalonGCC.com||41.2231826||-80.6637898||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Northwood Golf Club||Northwood Golf Club||9-hole course.||
|635 Champion Avenue East||Ohio||44483||330.847.7608||41.294524||-80.827155||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Cranberry Hills Golf Course||Cranberry Hills Golf Course||9-hole course.||
|4891 Clovercrest Drive NW||Ohio||44483||330.847.2884||41.288134||-80.838851||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Avalon Lakes||Avalon Lakes||18-hole premier course designed by world-renown golf course architect, Pete Dye, and is consistently ranked in the top 100 golf courses by multiple golf publications.||
Nestled in a parkland layout, this 18-hole course is one of the premier courses designed by world-renown golf course architect, Pete Dye, and is consistently ranked in the top 100 golf courses by multiple golf publications.
|1 American Way||Ohio||44484||330.856.8898||www.avalongcc.com/golfpage.asp||41.238007||-80.715088||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Old Avalon Golf Course||Old Avalon Golf Course||This 18-hole course is conveniently located across the street from the Avalon Inn.||
Old Avalon Golf Course, owned by the city of Warren, is a classic layout design that has been a favorite for thousands of golfers in northeast Ohio. Known for its small greens, the front nine begins with a difficult starting hole that will test you right from the start. The back nine is where the course really stands out. Tree-lined fairways, three two-tiered greens, and the difficult loop of holes #11-15 are a tough test for any level of golfer. The Old Course plays to a par of 71.
Old Avalon's driving range is one of the best public practice facilities in the area. Other amenities include PGA golf instruction, club fitting, clubhouse, snack bar, retail golf shop, and a pavilion that can accommodate up to 150 guests for golf outings and parties.
|9794 East Market Street||Ohio||44484||(330) 856-1063||http://www.golfoldavalon.com||41.232703||-80.715233||Golf, +||false||Published|
|The Links by the Tracks||The Links by the Tracks||A 9-hole golf course with a friendly atmosphere and Scottish Links style design.||
The Links, a 9-hole course, opened in 2000 with a Scottish Links style course giving you that back to the beginning design. The design layout of just 2,528 to 3,249 yards and wide-open play makes The Links attractive for all players, experienced or beginners, this uniquely designed course will keep your golf game up to par!
|4835 Warren Road (St. Rte. 5)||Ohio||44410||330-891-8517||https://sites.google.com/view/thelinksbythetracks/home||Golf, +||false||Published|
|Tribune Chronicle||Tribune Chronicle||Daily morning newspaper serving Warren, Ohio and the Mahoning Valley area.||
This daily morning newspaper serves Warren, Ohio and the Mahoning Valley area in northeastern Ohio and is the second oldest paper in the state. Known locally as The Trib, this broadsheet newspaper is owned by the Ogden Newspapers chain headquartered in Wheeling, WV. Information related to article submission deadlines and display advertising can be obtained by visiting the paper’s website. Tours of the facility for groups of 10 or more are available by advance request.
|240 Franklin Street SE||Ohio||44483||330.841.1600||www.TribToday.com||41.2346518||-80.8155458||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Friends of Mosquito Lake State Park||Friends of Mosquito Lake State Park||Volunteer organization working to support, protect and promote Mosquito Lake State Park.||
This volunteer organization works to support, protect and promote Mosquito Lake State Park. Those who enjoy spending time outdoors and are in search of a volunteer project are welcome to join.
|1439 State Route 305||Ohio||44410||330.637.2856||Sites.google.com/site/FriendsofMosquitoLakeStatePark/home||41.3024793||-80.7667835||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Putt-Putt Fun Center of Warren||Putt-Putt Fun Center of Warren||One of the last authentic Putt Putt courses in the world!||
One of the last authentic, classic Putt Putt courses remaining in the world and designed to test your skills; Regulated through the Professional Putters Association.
|3937 Youngstown Road SE||Ohio||44484||330-369-1965||http://puttputtofwarren.com/||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Warren Batting Cages||Warren Batting Cages||Featuring 13 batting cages - both hardball and softball (fast/slow) pitching machines||
Featuring 13 batting cages - both hardball and softball (fast/slow) pitching machines. Hardball 20 mph – 80 mph, and fast-pitch softball speeds 40 mph - 60 mph.
|3937 Youngstown Road SE||Ohio||44484||330-369-1530||www.warrenbattingcages.com||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Mahoning River Adventures||Mahoning River Adventures||Kayak rental and livery service. Open Friday-Sunday, May-September. Kayak rentals are available by reservation (available online). Rentals include ride, boat, paddle, and life jacket. Choose from a short 3-mile or long 11-mile self-guided trip. Group-rates and shuttle services available.||
This kayak rental and livery service is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May through September. Kayak rentals are available by reservation and can be made online. Rentals include the ride, boat, paddle and life jacket. Choose from a short 3.7 mile or long 11-mile self-guided trip. Group rates are available and shuttle services can be provided for personal boats.
|Canoe City MetroPark||75 North Leavitt Road||Ohio||44430||330.967.0003||https://www.paddletheriver.com/mra||41.239538||-80.882009||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Mosquito Lake Marina||Mosquito Lake Marina||Inside Mosquito Lake State Park, offering bait and tackle, food and marine accessories. Launch ramp, boat and kayak rentals and the only water accessible fuel on the lake.||
Inside Mosquito Lake State Park, offering bait and tackle, food and marine accessories. Other amenities include a launch ramp, boat and kayak rentals and the only water accessible fuel on the lake.
|1439 State Route 305 (Located inside Mosquito Lake State Park)||Ohio||44410||https://mosquitomarina.com/||41.3029063||-80.7688065||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Pymatuning Creek Wild & Scenic River||Pymatuning Creek Wild & Scenic River||Designated in 2018; 30.66 continuous river miles as state wild and scenic river.||
Pymatuning Creek Wild & Scenic River
Designated December 17, 2018; 30.66 continuous river miles as state wild and scenic river:
Pymatuning Creek in Ashtabula and Trumbull counties was designated a State Wild and Scenic River on December 17, 2018. The designation provides state protection to a 30-mile stretch of the creek from the Ohio-Pennsylvania border to the Ayers Road bridge northwest of the city of Andover.
Located in northeast Ohio, the Pymatuning Creek watershed supports an exceptionally beautiful river valley and adjacent wetland complex system. Pymatuning Creek features superb natural characteristics and a variety of recreational opportunities.
Pymatuning Creek watershed has exceptional biological communities. Documented in the watershed are populations of 71 rare species including 26 Endangered and Threatened species. Documented populations include 44 mammals, 127 breeding bird species with an additional 53 migrant or wintering bird species, 50 species of fish, 26 reptiles and amphibians, 267 aquatic macro-invertebrates, 37 species of dragonflies and damselflies, 11 species of mollusks, and 219 plants (trees, shrubs, ferns, lichens, fungus, other plants, grasses & sedges).
Pymatuning Creek has an exceptional forested and wetland corridor, with a minimum depth of 300’ for 90% of its reach. It includes a unique recreational opportunity: The Shenango Wildlife Area, managed by ODNR Division of Wildlife and owned by US Army Corps of Engineers, offers approximately 19 continuous miles of protected public lands that can be enjoyed for hunting, fishing, bird watching, paddling and general nature watching.
The Pymatuning Creek corridor supports an exceptional variety of species and outstanding recreational fish populations, including northern pike and yellow perch, which are not common in Ohio’s rivers and streams.
|St. Rt. 7/N. Main St.||OH||44428||http://watercraft.ohiodnr.gov/pymatuningsr||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Disc Golf Courses||Disc Golf Courses||Disc golf (occasionally called Frisbee golf) is a flying disc sport in which players throw a disc at a target and is often played on a 9 or 18 hole course. There's five disc golf courses in Trumbull County!||
Disc golf is played similarly to golf, only with the use of discs in lieu of a ball and baskets instead of holes, although the baskets themselves are often referred to as “holes” and the starting points, which may be a simple marker or cement pad, as “tees.” Players throw discs toward the golf holes, attempting to make as few throws as possible before reaching the destination. Disc golfers may select from many types of discs at any time while playing a disc golf hole. A driver, generally flat and designed to travel long distances, is typically the first type of disc used when tackling a new disc golf hole. Mid-range discs tend to be thicker than drivers, offer a bit more control to the user, and are best used for moderate-throwing distances. The bulkier putters are designed for short tosses, offering better maneuverability in place of distance.
Please bring your own discs or frisbees to experience this unique outdoor activity.
Trumbull County Metroparks: Clarence Darrow / Young's Run Disc Golf Course
523 Educational Hwy. Warren, Ohio 44483
Mosquito Lake State Park. 1439 Wilson Sharpsville Rd. Cortland, Ohio 44410
Outflow at Mosquito Lake Disc Golf Course
Mosquito Creek Lake. 2961 Warren-Meadville Rd. Cortland, Ohio 44410
Lakeview Recreation Area. 3001 Warren Meadville Road. Cortland, Ohio 44410
Kent State University - Trumbull. 4314 Mahoning Ave. Warren, Ohio 44483
|.||Ohio||44483||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|STORYBOOK TRAILS||STORYBOOK TRAILS||Ohio’s Storybook Trails bring books to life for children and families. Storybook Trails are lined with pages from a children’s book to blend the fun of outdoor exploration with reading. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources launched the Storybook Trail program in 2019 to promote the importance of literacy, a healthy lifestyle, and connecting with nature||
Storybook trails let families walk their way through some of Ohio’s most picturesque trails while learning about different aspects of nature from authors who were inspired by it.
Ohio’s Storybook Trails bring books to life for children and families. Storybook Trails are lined with pages from a children’s book to blend the fun of outdoor exploration with reading. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources launched the Storybook Trail program in 2019 to promote the importance of literacy, a healthy lifestyle, and connecting with nature.
|3372 Warren Meadville Rd||Ohio||43229-6693||(614) 265-6565||https://ohiodnr.gov/go-and-do/family-friendly/storybook-trails||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Trumbull County GeoTour||Trumbull County GeoTour||The thrill of the hunt, the glory of the challenge & the celebration of friendship with your closest geo-pals. Geocaching has a little bit of something for everyone! Explore Trumbull County (Ohio) with our GeoTour!||
The thrill of the hunt, the glory of the challenge, & the celebration of friendship with
Designed for all skill levels, our new EXPLORE TRUMBULL COUNTY GeoTour has a
|321 Mahoning Ave NW||Ohio||44483||https://www.geocaching.com/play/geotours/exploretrumbull||Outdoor Recreation, +||false||Published|
|Clarence Darrow MetroPark||Clarence Darrow MetroPark||This 32-acre park sits next to the Trumbull Campus of Kent State University and is the home of Young's Run Disc Golf Course. Free to the public, this playing area features a challenging 18-hole permanent course and an 18-hole tournament layout.||
This 32-acre park sits next to the Trumbull Campus of Kent State University and is the home of Young’s Run Disc Golf Course. Free to the public, this playing area features a challenging 18-hole permanent course and an 18-hole tournament layout.
Selected as an observation site for Trumbull County’s Audubon Christmas bird counts because of its mix of wooded and open spaces, this park is also a location for geo-caching, an adventure game played by GPS (global positioning system) users. Rumor has it that multiple caches can be located here.
|483 Educational Highway (across from Kent State University / Trumbull Campus)||Ohio||44483||330.675.3072||www.TrumbullMetroParks.org||41.2798893||-80.8391628||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Cooperation Station Dog Park||Cooperation Station Dog Park||This public off-leash exercise facility allows dogs to run, play and socialize in a safe right next to Mosquito Lake.||
This public off-leash exercise facility allows dogs to run, play and socialize in a safe, legal area.
This site offers two separate fenced-in areas: the larger section is for general dog play, while the smaller is for puppies and shy and small dogs not quite ready for the larger area. For dogs who love to swim, access to the lake is provided.
|Mosquito Lake State Park, State Route 305||Ohio||44410||41.3029063||-80.7688065||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Bazetta Township Park||Bazetta Township Park||Enjoy baseball and softball fields, picnic facilities, grills and playgrounds.||
Enjoy baseball and softball fields, picnic facilities, grills and playgrounds.
|Warren-Meadville Rd.||Ohio||44410||330.637.8816||www.BazettaTwp.org||41.3157608||-80.7366317||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Mosquito Lake State Park||Mosquito Lake State Park||Nearly 4,000-acre park with opportunities for boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, camping, hunting, picnicking, snowmobiling, ice fishing, cross-country skiiing, and birding.||
Mosquito Lake Video -- see for yourself!
Mosquito Lake Brochure -- click here!
This nearly 4,000-acre park, which is one of the most visited state parks in Ohio, offers year-round recreational activities.
During the summer months, water recreation rules. Five launch ramps provide access to the water. Jet skis, pontoon boats, fishing and paddle boats are available to rent and there‘s a 600-foot beach for swimming.
Fifteen miles of hiking trail meander through the park and along its shoreline while horseback riders enjoy access to the park’s interior on a 10-mile wooded bridle trail. Mountain bikers are permitted on five miles of a multi-use trail.
The park offers 234 campsites, including 218 with electrical hook-ups that are situated among tall trees in a mature forest as well as those with shoreline access and panoramic views. For additional information on camping, click here!
Fishing is popular throughout the year, with plentiful catches of walleye, bass, northern pike and crappies. Hunting is permitted within designated times and areas of the park and in the nearby Grand River Wildlife Area. Controlled hunts by draw are conducted in the Mosquito Wildlife Refuge at the north end of the lake in North Bloomfield.
Picnic areas, including tables and grills, can be found throughout the park.
In the winter months, snowmobiles can be found buzzing along miles of shoreline and wooded trails. Ice fishermen dot the frozen lake while ice skaters glide along the smooth surface. Cross country skiers take advantage of the miles of flat trails.
Birding enthusiasts will enjoy the many trails located throughout the park property and will find a haven of waterfowl and shorebirds during spring and fall migration periods. Additionally, bald eagles may be seen as they patrol the area for food.
A recent Ohio DNR census of bald eagle nests in the state has found that Trumbull County is among the highest populated counties in the state with 26 recorded nests.
|St. Rte. 305||OH||44410||330.637.2856||www.OhioStateParks.org||41.3082593||-80.7196647||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Howland Wildlife Preserve & Mosquito Creek Boardwalk Trail||Howland Wildlife Preserve & Mosquito Creek Boardwalk Trail||Access from Howland Township Park.||
Access for this nature trail is from Howland Township Park. Enjoy the sights and sounds of being outside and close to nature.
|Access from Howland Township Park||Ohio||44484||330.856.9707||www.HowlandTownship.org||41.2537596||-80.7923032||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Shenango Wildlife Area||Shenango Wildlife Area||This nearly 5,000-acre wildlife area stretches northwest along Pymatuning Creek from Orangeville to Kinsman and crosses through four townships.||
This nearly 5,000-acre wildlife area stretches northwest along Pymatuning Creek from Orangeville to Kinsman and crosses through four townships.
Much of Shenango’s habitat is beaver swamp that is interspersed with upland fields and woodlands. Waterfowl, furbearers and songbirds are abundant. In the spring, this is an excellent place to watch woodcock mating flights at dawn and dusk.
The fish population at Pymatuning Creek includes largemouth bass, white crappies, sunfish, bullheads, carp and suckers. Spring is the best time to fish, with both live and artificial baits working effectively. The most productive bass fishing has been by canoe and casting lures.
One of the finer waterfowl marshes is located north of State Route 87 along Pymatuning Creek. From October to December and again in the spring, large numbers of migrant waterfowl can be found here.
Raccoon, muskrat and beaver are abundant. Other inhabitants include the fox squirrel, ruffed grouse, turkey, white-tailed deer, woodcock and pheasant. The cottontail rabbit is the most predominant upland game species in the area.
Canoeists and kayakers will find beautiful scenery and an opportunity to observe nature from the water. Hikers and birding enthusiasts will enjoy the variety of both nesting and migrant birds that use the area.
Parking lots are situated throughout the wildlife area.
|8000 Youngstown Conneaut Road (State Route 7)||Ohio||44425||330.644.2293||wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/shenango||41.437634||-80.5887034||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Canoe City MetroPark||Canoe City MetroPark||This nearly 18-acre park, opened in 1920, is the oldest park in the system.||
This nearly 18-acre park, which began operation in 1920, is the oldest park in the system and has a rich history of regatta events. An excellent area for fishing as well as a launch and pullout site for canoes and kayaks on the Mahoning River Water Trail, this park is the designated pullout point before the Leavittsburg Dam.
|75 North Leavitt Road||Ohio||44430||330.675.3072||www.TrumbullMetroParks.org||41.239538||-80.882009||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Thomas A Swift MetroPark||Thomas A Swift MetroPark||12-acre park located at the intersection of the Mahoning River and the proposed Western Reserve Heritage Trail between Youngstown and Cleveland.||
This 12-acre park, which is located at the intersection of the Mahoning River and the proposed Western Reserve Heritage Trail between Youngstown and Cleveland, provides excellent fishing and nature observation opportunities along with a half-mile walking path.
|870 Benedict-Leavittsburg Road||Ohio||44430||330.675.3072||www.TrumbullMetroParks.org||41.23946||-80.917703||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Mosquito Creek Wildlife Area||Mosquito Creek Wildlife Area||9,021-acre waterfowl-management area is located west of the Mosquito Creek Reservoir and includes lands that are flat and poorly drained as well as 830 acres of marsh and two ponds.||
This 9,021-acre waterfowl-management area is located west of the Mosquito Creek Reservoir and includes lands that are flat and poorly drained as well as 830 acres of marsh and two ponds.
It provides a regional nesting place for Canada geese, a resting area for migratory waterfowl, quality public hunting opportunities and a place for wildlife enthusiasts to observe a large number of waterfowl and birds associated with wetlands.
Controlled waterfowl and deer hunting are offered by permit. Largemouth bass, northern pike, walleye, bluegills, bullheads, crappies, channel fish and white bass comprise the game fish population in the Mosquito Creek Reservoir.
Birding enthusiasts will find both nesting and migrant birds using the area. Spring migration brings shorebirds and warblers and fall brings the hawks. Red-tailed and marsh hawks are a common sight in the summer. Some rare and unusual birds that have been spotted include the African cattle egret, bald and golden eagles, white pelican, glossy ibis, king rail, goshawk, osprey and long-eared owl.
Canada geese have at times numbered 13,000. Small flocks of migrant blue and snow geese often stop over in the fall. Wood ducks and mallards are the most common, followed by teal, scaup and black ducks. Nearly 300 whistling swans use the area for close to six weeks in the spring and smaller numbers stop for shorter periods in the fall.
The area is also home to one of Ohio’s rarer species of reptiles: the eastern massasauga rattlesnake.
|8303 North Park Avenue||Ohio||44450||330.644.2293||wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/mosquitocreek||41.4432554||-80.8107479||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Western Reserve Greenway||Western Reserve Greenway||Multi-purpose, linear, paved trail has been designed for walking, hiking, biking and horseback-riding. Surrounded by nature, hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, inline skaters and joggers can all enjoy this trail.||
In Trumbull County, this 24-mile multi-purpose, linear trail has been designed for walking, hiking, biking and horseback-riding. Including the trail in surrounding counties, one can enjoy over 42 miles of connected trail.
Surrounded by nature and safe from traffic, hikers, bicyclists, horseback riders, inline skaters and joggers can all enjoy this trail as it crosses through farmland and lush woodlands, travels over gently rolling hills and passes scenic waterways.
Utilizing the abandoned Penn Central 714 rail line, the Greenway runs parallel with State Route 45 and is part of the Great Ohio Lake-to-River Greenway, a 100-mile trail that is currently under construction and will ultimately cross four counties as it stretches from Ashtabula on Lake Erie to East Liverpool along the Ohio River. More than 70 miles have been completed.
Parking available at:
• Lockwood Trailhead
• North River Road Trailhead
See the trail first hand in this video or download your Greenway Trail Guide
|547 Center Street East (State Route 305)||Ohio||44483||330.675.3072||http://trumbullmetroparks.org/parks-and-trails/western-reserve-greenway||41.3064984||-80.7214417||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Mahoning River Water Trail||Mahoning River Water Trail||This trail stretches nearly 23 miles of the East Branch of the Mahoning River and provides locations for paddling, fishing and nature observation.||
This trail stretches nearly 23 miles of the East Branch of the Mahoning River and provides good locations for paddling, fishing and nature observation. Access to the river and other amenities are available at six parks currently open to the public: Foster MetroPark; Newton Falls City Park; Thomas A Swift MetroPark; Canoe City MetroPark; and both Burbank and Packard Parks.
One of the best ways to enjoy the river is by renting kayaks from Mahoning River Adventures! Basic safety instruction is offered, and then river riders can choose between a short 3.7-mile (2 hour) jaunt or a longer 11-mile (6 hour) course for those who want to make a day of it.
Check out the latest USGS info on the Mahoning River.
|74 North Leavitt Road||Ohio||44430||330.675.3072||https://www.paddletheriver.com/mra||41.3064984||-80.7214417||Parks, +||false||Published|
|North Road Nature Preserve||North Road Nature Preserve||142 acres developed to allow the best balance between visitor access to nature including animals, plants and other natural features.||
This preserve area, which consists of 142 acres, has been developed to allow the best balance between visitor access to nature including animals, plants and other natural features. Nearly three miles of a single-track trail has been developed by volunteers that can be used by hikers and off-road bicyclists.
|1278 Harvard Drive||Ohio||44484||330.675.3072||www.TrumbullMetroParks.org||41.2244059||-80.7577478||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Courthouse Square Park||Courthouse Square Park||Picnic facilities, a musical performance venue, and home to special events and festivals.||
Picnic facilities, a musical performance venue and home to special events and festivals like the African American Festival,
|East Market Street and North Park Avenue||Ohio||44481||330.841.2641||www.Warren.org||41.2360845||-80.8179473||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Grand River Wildlife Area||Grand River Wildlife Area||7,231 acres, including the Grand River, five tributary streams, 12 ponds, 15 man-made marshes, and numerous beaver impoundments.||
Located northeast of West Farmington, this outdoor-enthusiast paradise is comprised of 7,231 acres and includes the Grand River, five tributary streams, 12 ponds, 15 man-made marshes and numerous beaver impoundments. As part of the largest semi-wilderness area remaining in heavily populated northeastern Ohio, many consider this forested land to be the only public hunting area in the vicinity where even the most experienced outdoorsmen should take precautions against becoming lost. White tail deer, wild turkeys, ruffed grouse and waterfowl are the principal game species found here. Cottontail rabbits, fox squirrels, ring-necked pheasants and raccoons are plentiful and woodcock and snipe frequent the area.
Spring offers good fishing for walleyes and suckers in the Grand River while carp and most panfish are plentiful all season long. Panfish, bass and pickerel are major species of fish that inhabit the ponds.
Wildlife enthusiasts can take advantage of a three-quarter=mile observation trail that includes a boardwalk that crosses a beaver impoundment where beavers, river otters and a great variety of songbirds can be observed.
|6686 State Route 534||Ohio||44491||330.644.2293||wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/grandriverwa||41.4013336||-80.9541207||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Eastlake MetroPark||Eastlake MetroPark||This park boasts a sledding hill in the winter and a connector trail to the existing Turkey Run Trail that borders a portion of the east side of Mosquito Lake. This park is also a good location for hiking, walking, cross-country skiing, and nature observation.||
Located north of the Ohio Living Lake Vista Retirement Center, this 144-acre site is a partnership park with the City of Cortland and includes a parking lot, sled-riding hill and a connector trail to the existing Turkey Run Trail that borders a portion of the east side of Mosquito Lake. This park is also a good location for hiking, walking, cross country skiing and nature observation.
|433 North Mecca Street (State Route 46)||Ohio||44410||330.675.3072||www.TrumbullMetroParks.org||Parks, +||false||Published|
|Galleria of Arts & Antiques||Galleria of Arts & Antiques||Antique mall showcasing over 50 local vendors with a variety of antique and collectible items including primitive, vintage and folk art.||
This unique antique mall experience showcases over 50 local vendors featuring a variety of antique and collectible items including primitive, vintage and folk art. Thanks to the ever-changing merchandise, those looking for home décor, seasonal items or a unique gift will want to check back often. Check website for hours.
|179 South High Street||Ohio||44410||330.638.0009||www.GalleriaOfArtsAndAntiques.com||41.3277224||-80.7248632||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Market Square||Market Square||Ohio's oldest Soda Fountain AND the largest used book dealer between Cleveland and Pittsburgh.||
This historic structure houses 12 different shops where bargain hunters can browse through a variety of items including books, art, Amish jams and relishes, used furniture, dishes, glassware, collectibles and more. With more than 100,000 books, this is the largest used book dealer between Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
|6406 Kinsman Nickerson Road||Ohio||44428||330.876.3178||MarketSquareOhio.com||41.443804||-80.588372||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|End of the Commons General Store||End of the Commons General Store||The End of the Commons General Store is one of the oldest general stores in Ohio, and has been in continuous operation since 1840. Located in the heart of Amish Country and serves the local Amish community as well as visitors. Features grocery items, bulk foods, a gift shop with Amish collectibles and the Commons Cafe (on-site eatery).||
This unique family-owned old-time general store is located in the heart of Amish Country and serves the local Amish community as well as provides visitors a glimpse into the past. One of the oldest general stores in Ohio, it has been in continuous operation since 1840.
The historic site set in the heart of Trumbull County's Amish Country features grocery items, bulk foods, a gift shop with Amish collectibles, and the Commons Cafe, an on-site eatery located inside the store. Just steps away from the store entrance is a 15’ woodcarving featuring a frontiersman reminiscent of early settlers living in the area that was carved from a 350-year-old oak tree stump.
And across from the store and adjacent to the Commons sits the world’s largest Amish horse and buggy which stands 14” high and 32’ long. Before leaving enjoy a hand-dipped ice cream cone and take home a made-from-scratch Amish fry pie and other candies!
|8719 State Route 534||Ohio||44439||440.693.4295||www.EndoftheCommons.com||41.4588363||-80.955243||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Eastwood Mall Complex||Eastwood Mall Complex||One of the largest retail centers in the nation, this complex is home to over 200 department stores, specialty shops, restaurants, hotels and other businesses. Eastwood Field is home to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. Named by USA Today as Ohio's "Best Place to Shop on Black Friday."||
One of the largest retail centers in the nation, this complex is more than just a place to shop. It is home to over 200 department stores, specialty shops, restaurants, hotels and other businesses. Entertainment options include a movie theater of cinema. Eastwood Field is home to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers, a MLB Draft League. The entertainment complex has a movie theater and an indoor trampoline park - Extreme Air.
|5555 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44446||330.652.6980||www.EastwoodMall.com||41.2148562||-80.7485606||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|FarmGirl's Honey / FarmGirl's Artful Clutter & Such||FarmGirl's Honey / FarmGirl's Artful Clutter & Such||Located on a bee-friendly farm, this unique studio features a wide selection of garden art, re-purposed and vintage items, primitives, holiday decor, one-of-a-kind gifts and local, chemical-free honey. Throughout the summer and fall, look for FarmGirl items at local farmers markets and craft shows. In June, October and December, the studio offers scheduled open houses. Additional hours are available by appointment for garden and apiary tours for small groups and organizations. Bee education presentations and swarm rescues are offered.||
Located on a bee-friendly farm, this unique studio features a wide selection of garden art, re-purposed and vintage items, primitives, holiday decor, one-of-a-kind gifts and local, chemical-free honey. Throughout the summer and fall, look for FarmGirl items at local farmers markets and craft shows.
|8710 Dennison Ashtabula Road||Ohio||44450||330-553-4876||330-583-2180||https://www.facebook.com/Farmgirlshoney/||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Franklin Health Care and Unique Boutique||Franklin Health Care and Unique Boutique||Wide array of home health care equipment, supplies and products including breast prostheses, bras, swimwear, skin care, and a variety of gift items.||
Family-owned, Warren's only independent drug store, serving the local community for over 50 years. Franklin's also carries a wide array of home health care equipment, supplies and products including breast prostheses, bras, swimwear, skin care, and a variety of gift items.
|1154 East Market Street||Ohio||44483||330.393.8080||www.FranklinPharmacyandHealthcare.com||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|All American Comics & Cards||All American Comics & Cards||One of the largest of its kind in Ohio. Featured items include comic books, games, toys, action figures, and a comprehensive catalog of sports cards and related memorabilia for football, hockey, baseball and basketball.||
This specialty store, which is one of the largest of its kind in Ohio, has been a fixture on Courthouse Square in downtown Warren for over 25 years. It's one of those type of shops that's a "must visit" if you're into cards or comics.
|161 West Market Street||Ohio||44481||330.393.3137||https://www.facebook.com/All-American-Cards-and-Comics-162251137284/||41.2357639||-80.8192229||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Simpson Gallery & Gifts||Simpson Gallery & Gifts||Wall art (for collecting and decorating) and framing services. Unique gift items, including handcrafted jewelry and purses, hand-blown glass bulbs for windows, environmentally-friendly bean pod candles, and Fenton beads. Many featured items were Made in America.||
Here you’ll find wall art for collecting and decorating, framing services and unique gift items, including handcrafted jewelry and purses, hand-blown glass bulbs for windows, environmentally-friendly bean pod candles, and Fenton beads. Many items featured in this shop have been Made in America. The owners are always adding new things to their inventory so be sure to check back often when in the area.
|2308 Elm Road NE||Ohio||44483||330.372.1899||www.facebook.com/simpsongallerygifts/||41.2552519||-80.7883085||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|TAG Gift Shop||TAG Gift Shop||Located in the Trumbull Art Gallery, this shop features handcrafted items by local artisans.||
Located in the Trumbull Art Gallery, this shop features paintings and handcrafted items by local artisans. Choose from framed and unframed art including oils, watercolors, photographs and prints. Check out jewelry, ceramic and art glass selections as well as knitted and crocheted creations.
|158 North Park Avenue||Ohio||44481||330.395.4876||www.TrumbullArtGallery.com||41.2370404||-80.8176656||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|The Menagerie by AWL||The Menagerie by AWL||Selling antiques, collectibles, housewares, clothing, children's items, books and much more.||
Owned and operated by the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County, selling antiques, collectibles, housewares, clothing, children's items, books and much more. Donated items are always welcome and gratefully accepted.
|6037 E. Market St||Ohio||44484||330.856.5174||https://www.awlrescueme.com/the-menagerie/||41.2380316||-80.7470706||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Abruzzi's Hot Peppers||Abruzzi's Hot Peppers||Local favorite perfected by Robert Abruzzi when he owned and operated the Abruzz's Cafe 422 in Warren. Today Mr. Abruzzi can be found at local grocery stores giving out samples of his "Abruzzi's Hot Peppers" in oil. These peppers are a great combination with thick slices of crusty Italian bread. For more information or locations where you can purchase jars of this local favorite, call Mr. Abruzzi directly.||
Local favorite perfected by Robert Abruzzi when he owned and operated the Abruzz's Cafe 422 in Warren. Today Mr. Abruzzi can be found at local grocery stores giving out samples of his "Abruzzi's Hot Peppers" in oil. These peppers are a great combination with thick slices of crusty Italian bread. For more information or locations where you can purchase jars of this local favorite, call Mr. Abruzzi directly.
|371 Marwood Dr NE||Ohio||44484||330.393.3118||www.AbruzzisHotPeppers.com||41.2375569||-80.8184166||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|5 GRANDS BOUTIQUE, LLC||5 GRANDS BOUTIQUE, LLC||Women's apparel and accessories boutique, featuring clothing for special events, casual outfits, and high quality fashion. Selection includes unique coats, jackets, boots, purses and jewelry items. Layaway program, gift certificates, and online ordering are available. Shipping is free.||
Located in downtown Warren, this women's apparel and accessories boutique features ready to wear high quality fashion items. Whether it's clothing for a special event, a casual outfit or fashions that mean business, one stop here and you can find it all. Choose from a number of unique coats, jackets, boots, purses and jewelry items. Ask about their layaway program that you can walk away with. Gift certificates are also available. Stop in and shop, or order online, at www.shop5grands.com and enjoy FREE shipping!
|5 GRANDS BOUTIQUE, LLC||164 High Street NE||Ohio||44481||330.394.5000||http://www.shop5grands.com/||41.2375262||-80.8167051||5Grands@5GrandsBoutique.com||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Warren Flea and Farmers Market||Warren Flea and Farmers Market||Indoor and outdoor market, has been open every Tuesday and Saturday year-round for nearly 40 years, and includes an outdoor pavilion. A variety of vendors sell many items including household goods, collectibles, clothing and seasonal produce. Food available at the on-site snack bar.||
Indoor and outdoor market, has been open every Tuesday and Saturday year-round for nearly 40 years, and includes an outdoor pavilion. A variety of vendors sell many items including household goods, collectibles, clothing and seasonal produce. Food available at the on-site snack bar.
|428 Main Avenue||Ohio||44481||330.399.8298||http://warrenfleaandfarmersmarket.com/||41.232464||-80.8209957||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Warren Farmers Market||Warren Farmers Market||This summer farmers market features fresh fruits and vegetables grown by local and regional growers. Also available: food and specialty products including eggs, jellies and jams, kettle corn, baked goods, maple syrup, chicken, bagels, breads, honey, and handcrafted items by local artisans.||
This summer farmers market features fresh fruits and vegetables grown by local and regional growers. Also available: food and specialty products including eggs, jellies and jams, kettle corn, baked goods, maple syrup, chicken, bagels, breads, honey, and handcrafted items by local artisans.
This weekly market takes place on Tuesdays from June until the first Tuesday of October from 3-6 pm. Free parking is available behind the Kinsman House.
|Warren Farmers Market Perkins Park||321 Mahoning Ave.||Ohio||44483||330-647-6301||http://email@example.com||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Extending Grace||Extending Grace||Extending Grace is a home décor shop in Hubbard, Ohio that specializes in antique and vintage pieces, re-purposed goods, and creative works made by local artists, collectors, and entrepreneurs.||
Extending Grace is a home décor shop in Hubbard, Ohio that specializes in antique and vintage pieces, re-purposed goods, and creative works made by local artists, collectors, and entrepreneurs.
Extending Grace is a certified vendor for Fusion Mineral Paint, Iron Orchid Designs, Howard’s Restor-A-Finish, A Maker’s Studio, Monahan Papers, Bettie Confetti, Juicy Christians & more.
Owners Susan Mocker and Devon Cretella focus on helping their customers make hospitable homes while allowing them to explore their own creativity with unique workshops and a variety of other events throughout the year.
For more information on workshops or private events make sure to reach out to Susan or Devon here.
And For more shopping ideas in northeast Ohio's Trumbull County make sure to click here!
|18 West Liberty Street||Ohio||44425||330.568.4590||https://extendinggrace.net/||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Autumn Lily's Collections||Autumn Lily's Collections||Retailer of a variety of antiques, art glass (including a large selection of Fenton), and lamps.||
We specialize in fine quality collectibles, Fenton, Mosser and Hand Blown Glass. Tiffany Style, Hand Painted and Aladdin Lamps, antiques, purses, jewelry, quilted items, woven rugs and hand made wooden items.
|8273 Main Street||Ohio||44428||330.876.4848||https://autumnlilyscollections.weebly.com/||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|FattyCakes Soap Company||FattyCakes Soap Company||Funny name serious soap, created from the need to find a source of natural products to combat skin issues. Enjoy a variety of hand crafted soaps and more!||
Welcome to Fifth Mountain And FattyCakes Soap Company -- A Bodywork Center where you can find a variety of hand crafted soaps as well as gentle or deep tissue massages!
|144 East Market Street||Ohio||44483||(330) 984-9510||https://fattycakessoaps.com/||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Between Two Rivers Trading Co.||Between Two Rivers Trading Co.||A unique shopping experience featuring local artisans and crafters.||
A unique shopping experience. Local artisans and crafters, stained glass, Amish made items, books, soaps & bath salts, soy candles, primitives, as well as antiques and collectibles.
|4367 State Route 87||Ohio||44439||330-885-0005||www.facebook.com/mespopattytworivers/||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Red Basket Farm||Red Basket Farm||Twelve month, extended season - fresh naturally grown produce.||
In 2005 Red Basket Farm was created with the vision of creating fresh, naturally grown produce.
A small family farm located in rural Kinsman, Ohio, we specialize in growing and distributing over 80 types of greens and produce known as “specialty crops”. Our specialty crops are grown in a sustainable manner utilizing mineral based fertilizers, cover crops and other natural methods to produce the best tasting and longest lasting vegetables for your family or your customers.
The Red Basket Farm specializes in twelve month extended season production utilizing almost 20,000 square feet of greenhouse space and growing “in the soil” using the same farming practices as we do in the fields. We are currently producing field crops on approximately 15 acres and we have been able to harvest vegetables ranging from Artichokes to Zucchinis in our ever unpredictable Northeast Ohio weather.
Be on the lookout for Red Basket Farm's Good Intentions Market & Cafe - opening in the spring of 2020!
|6311 Mayburn Barclay Rd||OH||44428||(330)-469-0810||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Blush Wellness Spa||Blush Spa and Gift Boutique: The Ultimate Wellness Spa||Improve your mind, body, and spirit...take some time for yourself...you deserve it!||
We offer salt therapy which provides benefits for allergies, asthma, bronchitis, cold/flu, and much more. BLUSH provides full service facials by licensed estheticians in an open, professional, and welcoming environment, various massages and techniques including relaxation, therapeutic, migraine and headache, reflexology, pregnancy, lymphatic massage, and couples massages. Our professional and licensed therapists have extensive training and experience.
Hair, nail, brow, lash and wax services available.
At BLUSH, essential oil blends are incorporated in many services and available for purchase. These oils are locally created by our owner, Michelle Beauchene (eighty+nine oil co.).
|Blush Wellness Spa||5000 East Market Street, STE 2||Ohio||44484||330-469-6942||https://email@example.com||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|John's Country Nursery||John's Country Nursery||Open year round we have built a reputation for having exceptional quality plants and gifts, reasonable prices, and most importantly, outstanding customer service.||
Open year round we have built a reputation for having exceptional quality plants and gifts, reasonable prices, and most importantly, outstanding customer service.
Visit our Garden Center for the latest ideas in gardening, landscaping, birding, beekeeping, holiday decor, and a complete selection of outdoor tools & supplies.
Starting in early Spring, John’s Country Nursery carries a wide selection of trees, shrubs, plants, herbs, and vegetables.
Whether it is a DIY project or requires a professional landscaper, we have the right soils, stones, and materials to bring the beauty of your home outdoors.
We offer a variety of workshops from beekeeping, birding, pruning, native plants, and fairy gardens, to cooking with local herbs.
We don’t just sell products, we build relationships and offer solutions for the various needs of our customers. Our objective is to make you feel welcomed, appreciated, and completely satisfied with your experience.
|John's Country Nursery||15808 Old State Road||Ohio||44062||440-632-0016||https://www.johnscountry.net/?fbclid=IwAR17Ou7ljjnB4Dzs4jh-1CkEL66ZrkeXxUMtu4XkQvNLyuf_z05c0LdNPos||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Hartford Orchard LLC||Hartford Orchard LLC||Hartford Orchards is a family-owned and operated fruit and vegetable farm and farm market. We strive to offer the highest quality fresh fruit & vegetables to our customers by growing most of what we sell on our 13 acre farm.||
Our orchard, located at the heart of Hartford, OH, can be traced back to the Clark family who purchased the main orchard at the end of the Civil War. Clarence "Pa" Eucker farmed in Ravenna until 1940 when he was bought out and purchased the west orchard from the McCafferty family. Desperate for a place to store the apples, Pa made a deal to purchase the main orchard from the Clark family who had recently installed a new cooler in the 1930s. After serving as a seabee in World War II, Ernie joined the operation with his father and younger brother Walt in 1945. The boys later took over the orchard after Clarence passed away in 1964. Ernie Eucker took over in 1971 due to Walt severely suffering from Alzheimer's. Brian, Ernie's youngest son, took over the operation in 1988 and ran it until the Schwartz family purchased it in April 2017.
Hartford Orchards, LLC boasts nine apple varieties. Our orchard in Hartford, OH is a haven to different apple trees nurtured naturally and with the highest level of care. During the harvest season, our apple trees bear mouthwatering fruits bursting with sweetness in every bite. Look through this page today for more information about our apple varieties!
Apples are the heart of Hartford Orchards, LLC in Hartford, OH, but they aren’t the only items we have in our store. We also carry a selection of apple products and treats that will satisfy your various cravings.
|Hartford Orchard LLC||6953 OH-305||Ohio||44424||330-772-2100||http://firstname.lastname@example.org||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Fieldview Acres Mercantile||Fieldview Acres Mercantile||We are located in Newton Falls, OH and are currently buying without limits old advertising signs & store displays, old toys, collectibles, primitives & antiques. No collection too big or too small!||
A local family run business specializing in selling old advertising, vintage toys, antiques, primitives, specialty treats, artisanal products, and seasonal decor.
|Fieldview Acres Mercantile||36 West Broad Street||Ohio||44444||330-883-1627||https://email@example.com||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|St. Vincent de Paul Thrift & Furniture Store||St. Vincent de Paul Thrift & Furniture Store||A non-profit thrift store and donation center selling vintage items, collectibles, designer pieces, housewares, furniture, clothing and so much more. St. Vincent de Paul has been serving the Trumbull County community since 1930 and is open for bargain shopping and accepting donations.||
The Trumbull County St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store and Donation Center is a source of hope for those who cannot purchase basic necessities or need to shop on a budget. Without donations of gently-used furniture, clothing and household items, a mother would not receive pots and pans to cook for her family, a child would still be sleeping on a hard, cold floor, or a father would not have a suit to wear to a job interview.
The items that you no longer have a use for could give a local family hope for their future. All thrift store and donation center proceeds support our programs such as: four SVdP area food pantries, daily hot meal service in the Nick Parilla Dining Hall, utility and rent/mortgage assistance, furniture and clothing vouchers, our unique “Sleep Soundly” bed assistance program and homelessness prevention programs. So, whether you’re shopping or donating, you’re helping neighbors in need!
|St. Vincent de Paul Thrift & Furniture Store||540 Main Ave. SW||Ohio||44483||330-369-4198||https://svdptrumbull.org/||djones@firstname.lastname@example.org||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Sigaro Cigar Store and Lounge||Sigaro Cigar Store and Lounge||It started with a passion for cigars, plain & simple. Sigaro is more than just a cigar store. It's a place where you can relax, unwind, and enjoy the company of friends. With a beautiful hand-crafted walk-in humidor and seating areas for casual or occasional customer to enjoy their cigars. Upstairs is a private member-only lounge. Sigaro is BYOB but serves bottled water and premium coffee products. The building – built before World War 1 – is historic, and the vintage architecture has been thoughtfully restored and renovated. We think it's more home than business—and we hope you will too!||
SIGARO is more than a cigar store. It features a retail setting with a beautiful, hand-crafted walk-in humidor and pleasant seating areas for the casual or occasional customer to enjoy their cigar. They're creating a space for friendships, camaraderie, and the social act of enjoying a good cigar together is their passion.
Upstairs is a private, member’s only lounge with big screen TV’s, a theater room, a game room with a card table for dominoes, board games, or cards, and a kitchen for snacks and coffee. Sigaro is BYOB, but serves bottled water and premium coffee products. The building --built before World War 1-- is historic and the vintage architecture has been thoughtfully and carefully restored and renovated. We think the finished product is more home than business and we hope you will too!
|Sigaro Cigar Store and Lounge||230 North Main Street||Ohio||44425||330-568-4212||https://sigarocigarlounge.com/||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|The Fowler General Store||The Fowler General Store||Make plans to visit their historic building constructed in 1864 with original tin ceiling and wood floor filled with goodies from yesteryear.||
A beautiful general store located in Fowler Township featuring locally sourced products and handmade gifts. Daily specials on both their hot and classic submarine sandwiches, salads, donuts, baked goods, coffee, and ice cream.
|The Fowler General Store and Bakery||3457 Youngstown Kingsville Road||Ohio||44418||1-234-244-8235||https://fowlergeneralstore.com/||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Sweet Memories Vintage Tees||Sweet Memories Vintage Tees||What started as one phone call back in 2020 to get licensing for Good Humor Ice Cream to celebrate their 100 year anniversary with an apparel line, has grown into a business and passion that continues to thrive.||
This vintage candy and apparel store is Ohio's largest manufacturer of licensed candy and ice cream branded tees. Their storefront is fully stocked with vintage candy, nostalgic sodas, all SMVT’s licensed apparel, as well as the largest collection of Klondike and Good Humor apparel in the USA.
Supporting a Cause!
It started with our founder, Linda Barton, whose daughter was admitted to Akron's Children's Hospital as a child. "Akron's Children's Hospital saved my daughter's life and that hospital is filled with the most compassionate people. I cant say enough great things about them."
Since the launch of their officially licensed Good Humor™ tees, Sweet Memories Vintage Tees has expanded to an apparel line with iconic brands such as– Popsicle®, Tootsie Roll Brands, PEZ®, NECCO®, Smarties®, Sweethearts®, Dum Dums® and so many more to come!
In 2022, they gained amazing, licensed partnerships to create collections for the U.S. Army®, America's Navy®, and Packard Car & Electric!
With more on the way in 2023 like Klondike®, Breyers® Ice Cream, U.S. Air Force®, U.S. Space Force®, Isaly's®, Airheads®, Peeps®, Mike & Ike®, and Hot Tamales®!
|Sweet Memories Vintage Tees||1282 Trumbull Ave, STE A1||Ohio||44420||330-759-3500||https://sweetvintagetees.com/||Shopping, +||false||Published|
|Mahoning Valley Scrappers||Mahoning Valley Scrappers||The league will focus on top college level prospects who are eligible to be drafted that summer by MLB teams. The partnership preserves high level baseball in the Mahoning Valley for years to come.||
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers are affiliated with Major League Baseball (MLB) under a long term partnership. The league will focus on top college level prospects who are eligible to be drafted that summer by MLB teams. The partnership preserves high level baseball in the Mahoning Valley for years to come.
MLB Draft League participants will receive unprecedented visibility to MLB club scouts through both in-person observation and state-of-the-art scouting technology along with educational programming designed to prepare them for careers as professional athletes. PBR will provide support for the league’s staffing, player and coach recruitment, on-field operations and administrative functions. PBR will also use their media and technology platforms to promote the league and its players throughout the season. Plans include a 68-game regular season with an annual All-Star Break centered around the MLB Draft.
The league does not have divisions, but teams will play an unbalanced schedule with a primary opponent. Those pairings consist of the following: Mahoning Valley Scrappers and West Virginia Black Bears, State College Spikes and Williamsport Crosscutters, Frederick Keys and Trenton Thunder.
Click here for their 2021 Schedule.
|111 Eastwood Blvd||Ohio||44446||330-505-0000||https://www.milb.com/mahoning-valley||41.3055094||-80.5493574||Sports, +||false||Published|
|Sharon Speedway||Sharon Speedway||3/8-mile semi-banked, dirt and clay oval track open since 1929, offering weekly races from April through September. Visit website for race schedules, updates and special events.||
This 3/8-mile semi-banked, dirt and clay oval track has been an auto racing tradition since 1929 and offers weekly races from April through September. Hartford native and NASCAR Nextel Cup driver Dave Blaney is part owner of this racing complex. Check the website for race schedules, updates and special events.
|3241 Custer Orangeville Road||Ohio||44424||330.772.5481||www.SharonSpeedway.com||41.3055094||-80.5493574||Sports, +||false||Published|
|Trumbull County Rod & Gun Club||Trumbull County Rod & Gun Club||Offers a variety of events and activities for members and their families including a hunter education course.||
This club offers a variety of events and activities for members and their families including a hunter education course; CMP and CCW classes; youth fishing derby and archery program; both youth and adult pheasant hunts; Jake’s Day; and more. Onsite facilities include: indoor/outdoor archery range; outdoor archery range; rifle and pistol range; stocked fishing pond; club house and pavilion. Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month at 8:00 pm. Visit the website for more information about this organization and its offerings.
|6565 Phillips Rice Road||Ohio||44410||www.TCRG.us||41.3992868||-80.7245858||Things to Do, +||false||Published|
|Fish & Game Club of Vienna||Fish & Game Club of Vienna||Includes men, women and families who have an interest in outdoor activities such as sports shooting, hunting, fishing, archery and conservation.||
This membership organization includes men, women and families who have an interest in outdoor activities such as sports shooting, hunting, fishing, archery and conservation. Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month. Visit the website for a schedule of events and club activities.
|1508 Youngstown Kingsville Road NE||Ohio||44473||330.394.1388||www.FishandGameClubofVienna.webs.com||41.2626215||-80.662907||Things to Do, +||false||Published|
|Steel Valley Nightmare and Escape||Steel Valley Nightmare and Escape||Multiroom Escape game with over 2500 sq. feet of adventure. Action packed with animatronics, theatrical lighting, and top of the line effects.||
This is more than just a game! We offer intense story lines in a horrific atmosphere creating an environment that is both fun and scary. You and your group must focus and try not to lose your heads while solving riddles and puzzles. Your objective - Make your way through the facility and Escape within the hour.
Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 4 - 11 PM
Games are available during the week upon request. We do not accept walk-ins. All games must be booked in advance online or by phone. All sales are final.
|Steel Valley Nightmare and Escape||160 Trumbull Ave.||Ohio||44420||330-360-8496||https://steelvalleynightmareandescape.com/||Things to Do, +||false||Published|
|Raptis Family Restaurant||Raptis Family Restaurant||Great prices and HUGE portions!||
For 30 years, we have become a go-to favorite, serving the city of Warren and surrounding areas. We take pride being locally owned. We serve delicious, homemade foods and develop relationships with our customers. We are committed to exceeding customer expectations by providing quality foods in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
Our award winning burgers and all day breakfast are a must try! What makes us unique? We have an appreciation for family and hard work that are driving forces of our business. As the owner, Fotis and his son (George) cook and prepare everything which isn’t common. Many restaurant owners pay chefs to do that. Most of our wait staff has worked with us for 20 or more years and are fantastic at what they do, including Fotis’ daughter (Joann).
We offer lower prices with HUGE portions that have been a key to our success.
So, if you’re looking for enjoyable home-cooked meals, award winning burgers, and a locally owned restaurant than this is the place to be!!
|Raptis Family Restaurant||1939 Niles Cortland Road||Ohio||44484||(330) 856-3237||https://www.raptisdining.com/||Local Favorites, +||false||Published|
|Just Pizzelles||Just Pizzelles||Gourmet Italian pizzelle cookies in over 90 flavors. Orders can be customized to match any specific theme. Featured as the Snack of the Day on the Rachel Ray Show and later selected to participate in the Academy Awards (Oscars) gift bags. Now offering sugar-free and gluten-free versions of the majority of flavors. Orders can be place by phone or online.||
This unique specialty shop offers gourmet Italian pizzelle cookies in over 90 flavors ranging from the traditional anise and vanilla varieties to margarita, mocha latte, cheesecake and many more.
These sweet treats are both petite in size and have a uniquely soft, flaky texture. Combined with elegant packaging, these tasty cookies make an elegant gift item. And they’ll brighten up any event gathering. Orders can be customized to match any specific theme.
Featured as the “Snack of the Day” on the Rachel Ray Show and later selected to participate in the Oscar Academy Awards SWAG bags, this local shop continually strives to reach a growing demographic of food consumers and now offers sugar-free and gluten-free versions of the majority of flavors.
Orders can be place by phone or online. For store hours visit the website.
Ohio Magazine wrote about this sweet treat! Check it out!
|211 West Main Street||Ohio||44410||330.638.8707||www.JustPizzelles.com||41.3303055||-80.7289342||Sweet Treats, +||false||Published|
|Katie's Korner Ice Cream||Katie's Korner Ice Cream||Born in a century home in Trumbull County, Katie's Korner hand crafts gourmet ice cream has many locations!||
From their humble beginnings in a century old home, Katie’s Korner Ice Cream has become a popular spot for locals and select locations across the United States, most notably The Greenbrier. A niche supplier, the gourmet ice cream maker produces over 70 flavors. Hubbard is home to their headquarters.
Visit one of their many Trumbull County locations:
• Champion, OH – 4713 Mahoning Ave.
|2591 N Main St||Ohio||44484||330.534.1412||http://www.katieskorner.com/||Sweet Treats, +||false||Published|
|The Cake Boutique||The Cake Boutique||Multiple award winning bakery in Howland Township||
Winner of Bake It Like Buddy, on the Discovery Family network, winner of Cake Wars on the Food Network and recognized for their creative cake designs, The Cake Boutique is a must visit for, award winning cakes, cupcakes, desserts and cookies!
|4248 North River Road||OH||44484||330.395.2253||http://www.cakeboutiqueshop.com/||Sweet Treats, +||false||Published|
|Nova Coffee||Nova Coffee||The next time you're in historic downtown Warren and hungry for something sweet you'll love the donuts here!||
The next time you're in historic downtown Warren and hungry for something sweet you'll love the donuts here! Enjoy hand crafted cake donuts and freshly made hand poured drinks.
|112 North Park||Ohio||44483||(234) 806-5556||Sweet Treats, +||false||Published|
|Mageros Candies||Mageros Candies||Family owned candy shop for 100 years specializing in dark and milk chocolate candies!||
Family owned candy shop for 100 years specializing in dark and milk chocolate candies!
|132 North Main||Ohio||44425||330-534-1146||Sweet Treats, +||false||Published|
|Webb's Ice Cream||Webb's Ice Cream||Family-owned and loved by all, Webb's Ice Cream carries the tradition of making homemade recipes right here in our shop.||
Family-owned and loved by all, Webb's Ice Cream carries the tradition of making homemade recipes right here in our shop. We use premium quality ingredients. Mixed in is our love for great tasting ice cream, to bring our loyal (and new) customers, delicious tasting ice cream to indulge in, three seasons out of the year. Stop by to find out why so many people keep coming back for more!
|1492 West Liberty Street||Ohio||44425||330-759-3047||Sweet Treats, +||false||Published|
|Country Porch Winery||Country Porch Winery||The area's oldest winery, all wine is made on the premises and is sold by the tasting glass or bottle.||
A beautiful country setting nestled in the heart of Trumbull County in Bazetta Township not far from Mosquito Lake is the setting for the area's oldest winery.
|2282 Wilson Sharpsville Road (State Route 305)||Ohio||44410||330.638.0000||www.CountryPorchWinery.com||41.3080035||-80.7378767||Breweries & Wineries, +||false||Published|
|Modern Methods Brewing Company||Modern Methods Brewing Company||Downtown Warren's First Brewery Since 1880||
Tucked inside a warehouse building in the Dave Grohl Alley area of downtown Warren, you’ll find the craft beer brewers of Modern Methods Brewing Company. Named as a nod to the city of Warren where in 1909, “Warren – City of Modern Methods” was its slogan. As the company proclaims, “We brew beer with the spirit of adventure, ambition, and optimism that made our town the City of Modern Methods.”
|Brewery||125 Dave Grohl Alley||Ohio||44483||330.333.1594||http://modernmethodsbrew.com/welcome#modern-methods||Breweries & Wineries, +||false||Published|
|Hartford Hill Winery||Hartford Hill Winery||A relaxing and fun rustic barn winery||
Located in Fowler, near the town of Hartford, this rustic barn winery presents a very comforting atmosphere. Enjoy the vibe from the entertainment or cozy up to the fireplace area. The light menu is paired nicely with the wine varieties offered. Events include Sip & Paint, top talented area bands, and hosting of wedding parties.
|3864 Bushnell Campbell Road Fowler Township||Ohio||44418||330.772.8040||http://www.hartfordhillwinery.com/||Breweries & Wineries, +||false||Published|
|Greene Eagle Winery||Greene Eagle Winery||Greene Eagle Winery is a replica 18th-century post-and-beam Cape Cod nestled in the local countryside. offering a variety of sweet and dry wine as well as craft beer brewed in-house.||
Take a sip back in time at Greene Eagle Winery in Cortland Ohio, a replica 18th-century post-and-beam Cape Cod nestled in the local countryside. Enjoy fine, handcrafted wine next to the warmth of the fire in the winter or from an outdoor deck during a summer evening sunset.
Featuring a variety of both sweet and dry wine, as well as two craft beers named after the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Greene Eagle Winery also feature seasonal craft brews including a fall beer, and a Christmas Ale.
With an appreciation for craftsmen of the past and wine the way it should be made the Bliss brothers have created "Greene Eagle" a venue reminiscent of colonial Williamsburg.
Find Greene Eagle Winery three miles north of Mecca circle on Route 46N to Davis Peck Road.
|2576 Davis Peck Road||Ohio||44410||330.583.9463||www.GreeneEagle.com||41.4319321||-80.7290767||Breweries & Wineries, +||false||Published|
|Woodland Cellars||Woodland Cellars||Friendly urban winery and one of the first meaderies in Ohio.||
Nate and Dani Wilson are your hosts at Woodland Cellars. They're also the owners. Opening their doors in 2018 as one of the first meaderies in Ohio, they also make a variety of wine, and cider and have recently added beer to their menu. And they'll be right there when you stop in to say hi—and taste their handiwork.
Nestled on Main Street of Hubbard, Ohio, Woodland Cellars, it's has become a favorite stomping ground for locals as well as a destination for many who come from all over Ohio and Pennsylvania to taste their hand-crafted wine, mead & cider. Using the freshest fruits and juices, along with locally sourced honey, each bottle of their wine and mead is handcrafted and produced to meet only the highest expectations—whether you are a connoisseur or simply looking to enjoy flavorful wine varieties or experience mead that was generated from a 700-year old recipe!
Committed to offering a first-class experience, when not chasing their 2 children around, you will find Nate and Dani hosting and working the crowds—greeting guests, behind the bar.
|212 North Main Street||Ohio||44425||330.240.4883||www.woodlandcellars.com||Breweries & Wineries, +||false||Published|
|The Metroplex Expo Center||The Metroplex Expo Center||Located adjacent to I-80, this 25,000 square foot facility offers elegant amenities for weddings, showers, reunions, conferences, business meetings and more.||
Located adjacent to I-80, this 25,000 square foot facility offers elegant amenities for weddings, showers, reunions, conferences, business meetings and more. The Grand Ballroom can comfortably seat 200 for a sit-down dinner but can also be broken up for smaller events. This event venue comes equipped with support services including a commercial kitchen. Outside caterers are welcome.
|1620 Motor Inn Drive||Ohio||44420||855.759.1674||330.759.1674||www.MetroplexExpo.com||41.157235||-80.6666089||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Peter Allen Inn Restaurant & Tavern||Peter Allen Inn Restaurant & Tavern||With two gorgeous venues for eating, enjoy the dinning hall or the rustic tavern on the lower level||
Peter Allen Inn has two beautiful venues for dinning. The upper level is finished in a simple yet elegant decor to meet your high-end taste. The lower level tavern offers a casual dining experience with a rustic yet rich feel. Experience both areas and take in all the Peter Allen Inn has to offer!
|8581 State Street||Ohio||44428||330.355.2100||www.PeterAllenInn.com||41.4548468||-80.5944837||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|The Commons Cafe||The Commons Cafe||Located inside the End of the Commons General Store, this small cafe offers seating for up to 25 and serves up plenty of favorites including hamburgers, french fries, chicken, pizza, hot and cold sandwiches, many other deli items, ice cream, and homemade fudge treats.||
Located within the End of the Commons General Store, this small cafe offers seating for up to 25 and serves up plenty of favorites including hamburgers, french fries, chicken, pizza, both hot and cold sandwiches and many other deli items. Be sure to try one of their ice cream cones or homemade fudge treats.
|8719 State Route 534||Ohio||44439||330.693.4295||www.EndoftheCommons.com||41.4588363||-80.955243||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Yamato Japanese Restaurant||Yamato Japanese Restaurant||Features authentic Japanese cuisine including sukiyaki, teriyaki, sushi, chicken, and seafood. Cocktails.||
Known as the place "where the chef cooks at your table," this restaurant features authentic Japanese cuisine including sukiyaki, teriyaki, sushi, chicken, and seafood. Groups up to 100 as well as bus groups welcome.
|3860 Youngstown Road SE (State Route 422)||Ohio||44484||330.399.8883||YamatoJapanese.com||41.2167926||-80.7745041||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Salvatore's Italian Grill||Salvatore's Italian Grill||Serving authentic Italian cuisine in a festive atmosphere for over 30 years.||
Salvatore's has been serving authentic Italian cuisine in a festive atmosphere for over 30 years. Enjoy lunch or dinner in the Grill. Meet friends for drinks or a wine tasting in Sal's Lounge. Or reserve the Adriana Room for a private function. This banquet room can accommodate 30-100 guests. Perfect for an anniversary or birthday party, business meeting, bridal shower or brunch.
|8720 East Market Street||Ohio||44484||330.609.7777||www.MySalvatores.com||41.236905||-80.7333082||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Sunrise Inn of Warren||Sunrise Inn of Warren||Downtown fixture established in 1929 during prohibition, today it's a full service restaurant and bar.||
A Warren tradition established in 1929 during prohibition, Sunrise Inn is a full service restaurant known for its delicious and reasonably priced Old World and specialty pizzas, garlic chicken, wings, pasta dishes, specialty Angus burgers, Chef’s specials and full bar.
The two-room banquet facility can accommodate up to 160. Dine in or take out. Bus groups welcome.
|510 East Market Street||Ohio||44481||330.392.5176||www.SunriseInnofWarren.com||41.23601||-80.811609||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|The Mocha House||The Mocha House||Warm and relaxing atmosphere while featuring a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu and wonderful baked goods.||
Bill, Nick and the Mocha House crew offer a warm and relaxing atmosphere while featuring a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. Choose from a wide selection of freshly made salads, soups, hot and cold sandwiches, full platter meals and late-night snack items. The pastries and desserts are a must! Beverages include premium coffees, gourmet teas and specialty drinks. Eat in or take out. Local delivery available for a nominal fee.
|467 High Street NE||Ohio||44481||330.392.3020||www.MochaHouse.com||41.2380965||-80.8123877||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Saratoga Restaurant & Catering||Saratoga Restaurant & Catering||A Warren institution since 1916. Nothing but delicious, home-style cooking is served here. Customers can eat in or take-out.||
Owned and operated by the Economos family, this downtown restaurant has been a Warren institution since 1916. Brothers Harry and Nick Economos bought the restaurant in 1935. Then in 1960, Harry's son, Jim, joined his father and uncle in managing the restaurant. In 1988, the third generation of the Economos family, Chrisi and Eric Economos, Jim's daughter and son, became partners in the restaurant. Upon Jim's death in 2015, Chris and Eric proudly continue to serve their loyal clientele.
Nothing but delicious, home-style cooking is served here. Customers can eat in or take-out. Two private dining rooms are available and can accommodate up to 30 in the back room and up to 50 in the front. Off-site catering is available seven days a week, including box lunches for groups of any size. Bus groups welcome.
Check the restaurant website for hours of operation.
|129 East Market Street||Ohio||44481||330.393.6646||www.WarrenSaratoga.com||41.236312||-80.8173195||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Cockeye BBQ||Cockeye BBQ||Family-owned, fast-casual barbecue that has quickly become one of the area's favorites.||
This family-owned, fast-casual barbecue restaurant has quickly become one of the area's favorites. Serving lunch and dinner, the menu includes wood-fired barbecue, sandwiches, wings and a selection of craft beers. All side dishes are scratch made from family recipes using the freshest ingredients. The restaurant seats 50 and take out is available. Off-site catering by advance request.
|1805 Parkman Road NW||Ohio||44485||330.369.4227||www.cockeyebbq.com||41.2464495||-80.8467309||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|The Hot Dog Shoppe||The Hot Dog Shoppe||A local favorite since 1946, this Warren icon, which is located less than a mile west of Courthouse Square, specializes in hot dogs, burgers and freshly cut fries.||
A local favorite since 1946, this Warren icon, which is located less than a mile west of Courthouse Square, specializes in hot dogs, burgers and freshly cut fries. The closely-guarded chili recipe has been handed down from generation to generation. With old-fashioned seating for up to 60 and waitress service, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time to another era. Be sure to try one of their creamy milkshakes. Carryout is available and bus groups are welcome.
|740 West Market Street||Ohio||44481||330.395.7057||https://www.facebook.com/The-Hot-Dog-Shoppe-111809872189727/||41.2342002||-80.828434||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Buena Vista Cafe||Buena Vista Cafe||A local favorite for many years, enjoy Uncle Nick's Greek fried chicken like no other!||
A local favorite for many years, enjoy Uncle Nick's Greek fried chicken like no other!
|1305 Buena Vista Avenue||Ohio||44484||330-372-4493||https://www.buenavista-cafe.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Wedgewood Fernando's Pizza||Wedgewood Fernando's Pizza||Pizza made from scratch using the finest ingredients||
Pizza made from scratch using only the finest ingredients to the exact standards of the owner of Fernando Riccioni; Nothing extravagant – just great pizza.
|8250 High Street NE||Ohio||44484||330-609-6699||www.wedgewoodpizza.com/howland||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Vasilio's Restaurant & Pizzeria||Vasilio's Restaurant & Pizzeria||For over 30 years this family restaurant has been a favorite!||
Serving the area for over 30 years, this family restaurant is known for its pizza, homemade sauce and full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.
|500 Trumbull Avenue||Ohio||44410||330.638.3718||www.VasiliosDining.com||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Italian Food Trail in Northeast Ohio||Italian Food Trail||Are you ready for a food adventure? The Italian Food Trail takes you to over 50 food sites, giving you a little taste of Italy at every location.||
Throughout your visit to the natural wonders of Trumbull County, take a break and grab a bite at any of the 55 food sites on the Italian Food Trail, all reflecting a strong ethnic heritage in the county.
In addition to the pasta, pizza and pizzelles you’d expect at such eateries, savor some regional specialties like greens, escarole wilted with olive oil and garlic and often served with a Hungarian pepper on top, hot peppers in oil or Chicken Francaise with the meat dredged in eggs and flour and sautéed in lemon butter. If pizza is your pleasure, try the original white pizza invented locally or another regional variety — Brier Hill Pizza — with its thick sauce made with bell peppers and Romano cheese. Surprises at other stops include local Italian red wines at various wineries and wine bars.
Click here to sign up for a FREE Mobile Pass. Check In. Eat Food. Earn Chances to Win Prizes!
|321 Mahoning Ave NW||Ohio||44483||330.675.3081||italianfoodtrail.com||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|CharBenay's Wine on the River||CharBenay's Wine on the River||CharBenay’s is a wine bar located off the Mahoning River in Downtown Warren, offering a selection of wines from L’uva Bella Winery & Bistro as well as private-label California wines.||
This wine bar, located off the Mahoning River in Downtown Warren offers a selection of wines from L'uva Bella Winery & Redhead wines. CharBenay's offers a menu featuring appetizers, charcuterie plates, flatbreads and salads, along with a few entrees. An on-site gift shop carries wine baskets and other gift items.
Future plans include winemaking classes, wine-and-food pairing events, and classes on fermented foods and how they pair with wines.
|220 West Market Street||OH||44481||234-806-4913||https://www.facebook.com/charbenay/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Leo's Ristorante||Leo's Ristorante||Leo's Ristorante, where culinary excellence & affordable elegance comes together to give you a magnificent & unforgettable dining experience...||
The roots of the DelGarbino Family's passionate love affair with food runs deep. Walking through the doors of Leo's Ristorante, one feels the warmth and fragrant aromas of a classic Italian kitchen, tasting all of the magnificent dishes passed down through generations is truly a culinary delight.
|7042 E Market St.||OH||44484||330-856-5291||https://www.leosristorante.com/||Hello@LeosRistorante.com||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Margherita's Grille||Margherita's Grille||Margherita’s menu features Italian dishes, all made to order. The primary menu is supplemented with a special menu that changes every two weeks.||
Jorge Carreno and his wife, Amy, are cooking for success at Margherita’s Grille in Girard. Family traditions inspired not only Margherita's cooking but also the restaurant's name. Their made to order Italian dishes are traditional classics, and their fresh pizzas are cooked in a stone oven using their in-house dough.
|Margherita's Grille||728 N State Street||OH||44420||330-545-2424||margheritasgrille.com||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Giorgio's Ristorante||Giorgio's Ristorante||Traditional Italian & American Cuisine||
Traditional Italian & American Cuisine
|Giorgio's Ristorante||1231 Youngstown Warren Rd||OH||44446||330-544-9280||facebook.com/giorgios.ristorante.niles/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Niki'z Pub||Niki'z Pub||Home of Trumbull County's Best Sausage Sandwich!||
Casual pub serving lunch and dinner! Check out our Facebook page for daily food and drink specials!
|Niki'z Pub||509 Mason St||OH||44446||330-544-6100||https://www.restaurantji.com/oh/niles/nikiz-pub-/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Station Square Ristorante||Station Square Ristorante||Part of the Italian Food Trail, a premiere Italian restaurant known for its upscale dining and wine bar. Our menu features steaks, seafood, pasta, chicken, veal, and fish, along with a number of great appetizers, sandwiches, and salads. We truly have something for everyone no matter what your taste or budget.||
Station Square Ristorante has been serving the Youngstown community since 1986. Our menu features steaks, seafood, pasta, chicken, veal, and fish, along with a number of great appetizers, sandwiches, and salads. We truly have something for everyone no matter what your taste or budget.
In May of 2001, Ottavio and Bridget Musumeci purchased the restaurant and have taken it to new levels. They’ve added a wide variety of dinner specials, garden-fresh ingredients, an ever-changing wine list, and catering for businesses and parties to name a few. Ottavio, born and raised in Italy, brings his knowledge of international cooking to our kitchen. Bridget, who was born and raised in Warren and studied as a sous chef in Italy, adds a knowledge of the local market to the business. Together they work to make your dining experience everything that you wish for.
|4250 Belmont Ave||OH||44505||330-759-8802||http://email@example.com||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Beautiful Whirl'd||Beautiful Whirl'd||We serve high quality Fresh Guilt-Free Food and Beverages for an affordable price!||
We founded Beautiful Whirl’d with the belief that we can change the world. We are guided to operate our business honestly, openly, and with loving purpose.
When you come in our doors you are met with a humble, playful, creative space, where one can be inspired in mind and spirit. Our guests are very important to us and so is the environment. We operate our small business with the utmost regard to the Earth and our city.
We use fully compostable to-go ware, and are committed to composting, and recycling; reducing our waste by 90%.
Do as we always say,
“Drink Local, Love Global.” Thanks for helping us grow.
Mon - Fri: 9 am - 5 pm
|Beautiful Whirl'd||141 A W Market Street SW||Courthouse Square in the Shortcut||Ohio||44481||330-989-2016||beautifulwhirld.com||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Diles Market and Cafe||Diles Market and Cafe||Diles Market and Cafe is a family owned, full service convenience store and your one stop shop for great homemade food! We offer catering and custom fruit displays too. IF WE SELL IT WE DELIVER IT!||
Graduates of LaBrae HS ~ Class of '85, Cliff and Annette Diles have come back to serve the community of Leavittsburg, Ohio.
Annette graduated from the University of Akron with a dual degree in Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management. Cliff and Annette owned and operated a catering business for 10+ years.
In 2007, Cliff and Annette's vision of a neighborhood market/cafe came to fruition.
Diles Market and Cafe offers everything from beer, wine and lottery to delicious homemade soups, salads, pizzas, burgers, chicken and their famous Belt Buster sub.
Along with catering, Diles Market and Cafe also offers custom, hand carved fruit displays, that are sure to make your next party/event a memorable one.
Our goal is to make you feel like you are a part of our family .
Stop in today!
|Diles Market and Cafe||55 South Leavitt Road||Ohio||44430||330-393-4537||https://dilesmarketandcafe.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|West & Main||West & Main||Fresh. Seasonal. Elevated. Great Downtown Warren restaurant offering seasonal lunch and dinner options.||
A great place in Downtown Warren with great service and chefs that mingle with their guests. Our lunches consist of large sandwiches and salads--fresh and seasonal, amped up with creative styles! For dinner we offer fresh cuts of meat and seafood with farm to table additions. We invite all to come and experience our vision come to life!
|187 West Market Street||Ohio||44481||(330) 974-1665||https://firstname.lastname@example.org||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Good Intentions Market & Cafe||Good Intentions Market & Cafe||Helping You Live - Healthy. Loved. Inspired. Local Fresh Market, Café, and Coffee Shop, and unique retail items.||
We have one goal: to have every person that comes through our doors leave healthy, loved and inspired to be the good in this world.
We know it might seem lofty, but we believe that through coming back together around the table; starting new conversations, or picking up old ones, we can make a difference! At Good Intentions, we want to create a space where great conversation and food can be enjoyed; a place where you can shop, and share good times with others! Whether it is a cup of coffee to start your day, a quick bite between meetings, or a grocery run before dinner; we’ll be there, with a smile!
Right in the heart of Kinsman, our historic home is truly one of a kind! Built around 1870, this beautiful site used to host elections, dinners, and was even the meeting place for the Farmer’s Institute. Now this community staple is being fully renovated to host an all new kind of movement. We couldn't be more proud to call this place home, and to share our new home with you!
Using the freshest ingredients from our friends around the community, we have crafted a menu we are very excited to share! Taking cues from friends, and working closely with chefs from all around the region, we are bringing seasonal favorites & classics to life!
Show off your style with our unique apparel items, including our very own Good Intentions Merchandise. You can spice up your space with some amazing decor for your kitchen and beyond with amazing housewares, kitchen items, and some many other great product and be sure to look after yourself with some of our amazing self care products.
|6635 State Route 87||Ohio||44428||330-355-2500||https://goodintentionsmarket.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Kravitz Delicatessen||Kravitz Delicatessen||Kravitz Deli is the area's original Jewish Deli, featuring delicious favorites like corned beef, reuben sandwiches, bagels and more.||
Established in 1939, this authentic Jewish deli is a one-of-a-kind in the region offering Jewish, Mediterranean, and Vegetarian dishes. Specialties include Signature Sandwiches – featuring house-made corned beef and turkey – as well as six fresh soups, garden salads, traditional pastries, and Kravitz Bagels.
Ohio Magazine included Kravitz in their beloved list of delis in Ohio! Read about it here! --> Food Road Trips: Classic Delis
|Kravitz Deli||3135 Belmont Ave||OH||44505||330-759-7889||https://www.kravitzdeli.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Pizza Joe's - Champion||Pizza Joe's - Champion||The 80’s brought us big hair, white-wash jeans and best of all...Pizza Joe’s and our FAMOUS Veggie Pizza.||
When Joe “Pizza Joe” Seminara opened the first Pizza Joe’s restaurant in 1980, he envisioned the business expanding into a chain of eateries bursting with flavor and community spirit.
The entrepreneur worked long hours in that 600-square-foot storefront in New Castle, PA, to make his dream come true. Joe’s plan was simple – to offer his customers excellent service and the best food his hands could produce.
After four years of hard work, Joe’s dream began to come true as he opened additional shops throughout the greater New Castle area. The first Pizza Joe’s franchise opened in March 1985 in Ellwood City, PA, followed by many additional franchise operations throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio in the years that followed.
Stromboli, calzones, wings, subs, salads, appetizers and a variety of savory pizzas to suit all tastes and dietary needs, including gluten free – what could be better?
|Pizza Joe's - Champion||4437 Mahoning Avenue||Ohio||44483||330-847-7244||https://www.pizzajoes.com/locations/champion/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Pizza Joe's - Hubbard||Pizza Joe's - Hubbard||The 80's brought us big hair, white-wash jeans and best of all...Pizza Joe's and our FAMOUS Veggie Pizza!||
When Joe “Pizza Joe” Seminara opened the first Pizza Joe’s restaurant in 1980, he envisioned the business expanding into a chain of eateries bursting with flavor and community spirit.
The entrepreneur worked long hours in that 600-square-foot storefront in New Castle, PA, to make his dream come true. Joe’s plan was simple – to offer his customers excellent service and the best food his hands could produce.
After four years of hard work, Joe’s dream began to come true as he opened additional shops throughout the greater New Castle area. The first Pizza Joe’s franchise opened in March 1985 in Ellwood City, PA, followed by many additional franchise operations throughout Pennsylvania and Ohio in the years that followed.
Stromboli, calzones, wings, subs, salads, appetizers and a variety of savory pizzas to suit all tastes and dietary needs, including gluten free – what could be better?
|Pizza Joe's - Hubbard||135 Youngstown-Hubbard Road||Ohio||44425||330-534-0811||https://www.pizzajoes.com/locations/hubbard/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Market House Caffe||Market House Caffe||Enjoy a cup of delicious coffee and a blueberry scone while meeting friends or working on your new project. Then step upstairs to find the perfect gift for anyone special in your life!||
The perfect place to get together with friends and family over a delicious cup of coffee, spend a few hours studying, or simply enjoy a morning to yourself in good company!
Enjoy the comfortable atmosphere with a wide selection of coffee, teas, pastry items, and a variety of toasts.
Step upstairs and tour each room of our gift shop to find the cutest gifts for whomever you find yourself shopping for!
|Market House Caffe||8480 East Market Street||Ohio||44484||330-469-9056||https://www.markethousecaffe.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Rhonda's Emerald Diner||Rhonda's Emerald Diner||Traditional diner food offered in a spacious old school train car. Stop in for a bite.||
All your favorite diner foods from hamburgers, milkshakes, and breakfast all day with platters and blue plate specials. Rhonda's offers great service, atmosphere, prices, and great food.
|Rhonda's Emerald Diner||825 North Main Street||Ohio||44425||330-534-7600||https://www.facebook.com/rhondasemeralddiner/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Mecca Cones & Coneys||Mecca Cones & Coneys||Meet us on the circle in Mecca Ohio for great food and great service!||
Located just East of the Mosquito Lake Causeway at Mecca Circle this business has a menu so varied and delicious that its hard to decide what to eat and which of their frozen treats you're going to try. From corn dogs, chili dogs, burgers, fries, coffee whips, ice cream, cheesecakes, sundaes, cones, banana splits and OHHHH so much more you'll never leave disappointed.
|Mecca Cones & Coneys||2312 Greenville Road||Ohio||44410||330-638-8568||https://www.facebook.com/meccacones/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Vernon's Cafe||Vernon's Cafe||With over 20 years in operation, Vernon's offers a variety of dining options for your consideration. We have in house and off-site catering, individual or party size take out, a full service bar and a nationally award winning wine list.||
Vernon's Café, an Italian restaurant and lounge, is located in Niles Ohio. We specialize in Italian cuisine, but also offer an array of American specialties. With over 20 years in operation, Vernon's offers a variety of dining options for your consideration. We have in house and off-site catering, individual or party size take out, a full service bar and a nationally award winning wine list. Our menu is crafted by Vernon himself to offer the best fine dining experience in our area.
|Vernon's Cafe||720 Youngstown Warren Road||Ohio||44446||330-652-1381||https://www.vernonscafe.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|The Howland Bean||The Howland Bean||Delicious homemade food the way you like it. Proud to be caffeinating one person at a time. Stop in and try one of our famous "flights" - Coffee, gelato, or hot chocolate!!!!! Yummy||
In any business, what really matters is not what you do but how you do it. For us it’s about the what, the how and the why because we care about our customers and their needs. However, professionalism in delivering our services is always our first priority.
Take a moment to get to know us and let us know how we can help.
Our store is open for dine-in, curbside pickup, and delivery via Door Dash. For the protection of our staff and you, extra measures have been taken. We have installed a sneeze guard at the register and reduced our seating capacity to allow for at least six feet between tables. Our meeting room is now open and can be reserved. We have hand sanitizer for you and our staff to use. Stay safe and healthy, we look forward to seeing you.
|The Howland Bean||8024 East Market Street||Ohio||44484||234-223-2389||http://www.howlandbean.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|El Taco Feliz Restaurant and Bar||El Taco Feliz Restaurant and Bar||Wide array of fresh and delicious food!||
We offer a wide array of fresh food – sopes, mojarra frita, caldos mariscos, chimichangas, fajitas, wet burritos, enchilada supremas, and pollo con crema. We use the freshest ingredients in preparing our food to provide the best quality and taste. Try our delicious food today!
|El Taco Feliz Restaurant and Bar||2014 North Road SE||Ohio||44484||330-349-9007||https://www.facebook.com/La-latina-Mexican-store-tienda-mexicana-128390790851738/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Pies and Thighs Amish Home Cooking||Pies and Thighs Amish Home Cooking||Dine at this "By Reservation Only" Trumbull County Amish home and experience an Amish home-cooked meal!||
Feast on an Amish meal, served family style, consisting of homemade bread, chicken, traditional Amish side dishes, and assorted pies prepared by Amish cooks and hosted in an Amish home.
This is a By Reservation Only (minimum charges will apply) dining experience and there are minimum serving requirements. Please contact Lori Kuhns for more details; you may have to leave a message and await a return telephone call.
|Pies and Thighs Amish Home Cooking||n/a||Ohio||44491||330-569-8015||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Cadence Coffeehouse and Creperie||Cadence Coffeehouse and Creperie||A Coffee Shop with a Mission! Established by Cadence Care Network, the Cadence Coffeehouse and Creperie is a social enterprise located in downtown Niles that provides vulnerable youth with job training and life skills … all while serving up great coffee, pastries, crepes and sandwiches in a city center that’s on its way back.||
The Cadence Coffeehouse and Creperie is located in historic downtown Niles, directly across the street from the President McKinley Memorial Library. We are on the first floor of the Carmella Building with customer access from the front and sides of the building.
Customers can enjoy their food and beverage al fresco, as well, in our outdoor seating area while enjoying a beautiful view of the McKinley Memorial.
Cadence Care Network is a nonprofit agency that focuses on both behavioral and emotional well-being of youths, as well as treatment and placement of youth in compassionate and qualified foster care homes.
|Cadence Coffeehouse and Creperie||31 North Main Street||Ohio||44446||330-299-1949||https://cadencecoffeehouse.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Lena's Pierogi House||Lena's Pierogie House||Preparing a delicious variety of ethnic dishes and more than 8 flavors of pierogi as well as offering dinner specials.||
We are a small mom and pop restaurant in the wonderful city of Hubbard, Ohio. Make sure you take a walk down Main St when you visit and explore our wonderful shops. We have homemade Ethnic food made daily in house. Pierogi is made fresh everyday.
|Lena's Pierogi House||20 N. Main Street||Ohio||44425||234-254-8532||https://www.lenaspierogihouse.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Noodlefun||Noodlefun||Specializing in Ramen noodle bowls and other Japanese cuisine. **It is best to order take-out through our website.**||
Have you ever had a bowl of ramen? No, not from a microwave. I love the instant noodles as much as the next guy, however, my mind was blown the first time I slurped a bowl that was crafted with love and quality ingredients. I still remember that first broth sip, it was like nothing I had ever tasted. I was pulled away from my work as a chef in Cleveland by the Chef/Owner of the restaurant I worked at. My Chef said "follow me", and proceeded to lead me down Euclid Ave. to a now defunct noodle shop. My boss's purpose had nothing to do with noodles, but that's the only part of that meeting I choose to remember. After those chewy noodles, piping hot broth, and savory pork I was hooked.
I've spent the last ten years seeking out anything ramen. I've read books, I've slurped noodles, all in an effort to perfect my ramen. I took awhile for the truth to hit me... Ramen isn't meant to be perfected, it's meant to be an expression of who's making it. I will always be "practicing" my ramen, and as long as I continue to grow and evolve, so too will my ramen.
That brings us to noodlefun. I consider myself blessed to be able to continue my ramen practice for a broader audience. With noodlefun, I want nothing more than to create a place for friends to gather, or grab a quick bowl of noodles and get on with their day. I want to serve your first bowl of "non-instant" ramen, I hope to become your favorite bowl of ramen, and maybe I'll serve someone else that life changing bowl of ramen too.
We only accept take-out orders through our website, our social media links, or Google...website is best!
|Noodlefun||176 North Park Ave.||Ohio||44481||https://www.noodlefunwarren.com/||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|Pesa Italian Rolls||Pesa Italian Rolls||Delicious Italian Rolls!||
It's a family affair at Pesa Italian Rolls. When asked what inspired them to start this business, they said it was because of the demand for good quality rolls made by a family that cares about their work and loves what they do. They also see the business as a tribute to their family’s Calabria, Italy heritage.
The rolls are made with a long-standing family recipe. Jenna is a third-generation roll maker, and Grandma Edie still makes her own every Saturday evening for the traditional family Sunday dinner. Today they make the popular pepperoni, spinach, salami, cheese, and hot pepper rolls fresh daily in-house. Kimberly (Jenna’s mom and business partner) began selling her rolls at the local farmers market and quickly discovered the demand they created.
|Pesa Italian Rolls||5000 E Market St #1A,||OH||44484||(330) 469-6243||PesaRolls.com||Places to Eat, +||false||Published|
|St Demetrios Church Community Center||St Demetrios Church Community Center||Newly-renovated center, which hosts one of Ohio's largest Grecian festivals every July, is the perfect location for large banquets, special events, weddings, trade shows, seminars, civic dinners and other large functions.||
This newly-renovated center, which hosts one of Ohio's largest Grecian festivals every July, is the perfect location for large banquets, special events, weddings, trade shows, seminars, civic dinners and other large functions.
|3223 Atlantic Street NE||Ohio||44483||330.394.9021||www.WarrenGreekCenter.com||41.248287||-80.7833685||For Groups, +||false||Published|
|Christ Episcopal Church||Christ Episcopal Church||Designed by renowned architect Harold Wagoner and home to the Warren Philharmonic Orchestra. Church hall can accommodate 200-350. Commercial kitchen is available for approved caterers. Outdoor garden, church interior, and church hall area ideal for weddings.||
This beautiful structure, which was designed by renowned architect Harold Wagoner and took nine years to build, sits on 12-acres of land on Warren's northeast side. The breathtaking stained-glass windows, hand-crafted needlepoint kneelers and Casavant-Freres pipe organ with its 61 horizontal copper pipes, are just three of the many reasons to stop by for a tour.
|2627 Atlantic Street NE||Ohio||44483||330.372.4998||www.ChristChurchWarren.org||41.247944||-80.7852575||For Groups, +||false||Published|
|The Hippodrome Grand Ballroom & Banquet Facility||The Hippodrome Grand Ballroom & Banquet Facility||This new banquet facility is the perfect venue for meetings, special events, dinners and weddings. Up to 300 can be accommodated and catering is provided by the Mocha House.||
Located just down the street from the Mocha House in the historic Hippodrome Building, this new banquet facility is the perfect venue for meetings, special events, dinners and weddings. Up to 300 can be accommodated and catering is provided by the Mocha House.
|150 High Street||Ohio||44481||330.392.3020||https://www.mochahouse.com/hippodrome||For Groups, +||false||Published|
|Metroplex Expo Center||Metroplex Expo Center||Metroplex Expo Center in Liberty, Ohio is a perfect event venue for large groups, such as weddings, showers, trade shows, conventions & business occasions.||
This large event venue offers elegant amenities for weddings, showers, trade shows, conventions, business occasions and more. We work with you to ensure you have everything you need for the perfect event.
|1620 Motor Inn Dr||Ohio||44420||(330) 759-1674||http://www.metroplexexpo.com/||For Groups, +||false||Published|
|Truly Trumbull Winter Trip Ideas||Winter Trip Ideas||WARM UP IN WINTER Winter weather doesn’t mean you have to stay inside! The entire family will enjoy a treasure hunt with the various thrift, consignment, and antique shops throughout the county.||
Warm up in Winter
Winter weather doesn’t mean you have to stay inside! The entire family will enjoy a treasure hunt with the various thrift, consignment, and antique shops throughout the county. Enjoy the small-town feel of Mesopotamia and Kinsman, or hit the city in Warren, Howland, and Liberty. Speaking of treasure hunts, download the Where’s Wally mobile pass and bring the kids to check in at eight locations around the county for a weekend out and about.
Winter is still a great time to get some fresh air and bond over ice fishing, walking trails, and – for the brave – camping!
|321 Mahoning Ave NW||Ohio||44483||3306753081||Trip Ideas, +||false||Published|
|Truly Trumbull Spring Trip Ideas||Truly Trumbull Spring Trip Ideas||Embrace the new energy Spring in Trumbull County has to offer and explore our many outdoor activities, entertainment options, golf courses, and shops!||
Embrace the new energy Spring in Trumbull County has to offer and explore our many outdoor activities, entertainment options, golf courses, and shops!
Spend more time outdoors and take a hike, go biking, or golfing, all in the county's many green spaces.
On rainy days step into a museum and learn something new, or shop at some of Trumbull County’s thrifting and antique shops.
Enjoy a concert or show, try your luck at an Escape Room, or spend the evening enjoying a drive-in movie.
|321 Mahoning Ave. NW||OH||44483||330-675-3081||Trip Ideas, +||false||Published|