Trumbull County's towns each have their own vibe, attractions and more.
Once a coal mining hub, now a family-friendly, easily accessible town that holds the history of some of the most influential families of the industrial revolution.
The Lake Tavern, camping, and easy lake access make the mostly rural town a must-visit for fans of the outdoors.
Sharon Speedway and a local winery make this town a must-visit.
Market Square is home to the state's oldest soda fountain, and visit the Peter Allen Inn for lunch, dinner or for an overnight stay.
Home of the Western Reserve Greenway Bike Trail, camping, golf and disc golf courses, shopping, and Kent State University's Trumbull campus.
The Mahoning River has always been an important part of this community's history. Today, kayaking provides an opportunity to explore the Mahoning River Water Trail.
Find fun with the Western Reserve Greenway, Bristol Park's Christmas lights, and Grand River Wildlife Area.
This town is bursting with places to shop, baseball, and a presidential birthplace.
Quaint shopping, an agriculture center, and a family-friendly splash pad offer a slice of Midwest life.
Home to the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, but still retains a small-town personality with exciting spots such as Wagon Trails Animal Park and summer concerts.
This picturesque town's covered bridge and waterfall make it a sightseeing pleasure.
Amish Country town perfect for history buffs, food lovers, and anyone searching for handmade gifts.
Head to this small town on the county's East side for locally made wines and artisan bread.
This town is a mix of history, outdoor recreation and local restaurants.
Find art at the Butler Institute of American Art's Trumbull Branch, and a luxury resort experience at Avalon Golf & Country Club - Avalon Lakes.
Mosquito Lake State Park's outdoor activities and the county fairgrounds offer a chance to get outside.
Find tributes to Dave Grohl and Neil Armstrong in Trumbull County's largest town.