With a local history that includes a railroad depot, the former name Baconsburg, Cortland is an all-around American Midwest locale.
Visitors can find some of the area’s more nostalgic treasures at the Galleria of Arts and Antiques, which hosts more than 50 local vendors selling collectible items, vintage home décor and folk art. The Galleria also holds seasonal outdoor tent events.
Cortland’s charm persists in the present with its small-town trappings. Pop into the Cortland Roller Rink, which offers a classic experience of donning skates or blades, weaving around a slick wood floor rink and enjoying some pizza and slushies. Just a couple miles away, Cortland Lanes bowling alley keeps skating’s throwback compatriot alive with parties, leagues and LED-lit midnight bowling.
Walnut Run Golf Course makes for a great day out. Its 18-hole layout facilitates golfers of any skill level. The trees all across the course create a picturesque backdrop in any season, boasting the beautiful land that Cortland is all about.
In addition to its own attractions, Cortland is located about an hour from both Cleveland and Pittsburgh, so whether you’re looking to take quick a break from the city or find peace within reach of the crowd, Cortland has you covered.
For more information, please visit www.cityofcortland.org.
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.
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.
Floriculture garden, featuring more than 12 themed plats. Guided garden tours and special events are scheduled during the summer.
Inside Mosquito Lake State Park, one-stop fishing shop selling fishing licenses, tackle, live bait, marine supplies, batteries, snacks, beverages, ice, and souvenirs. Launch ramp, boat and kayak rentals and the only water accessible fuel on the lake. Joe's Fast Food Island restaurant and summer concert schedule.