Iron, coal and steel works were a daily part of life in this town close to the border with Pennsylvania.
History buffs will enjoy the Hubbard Historical Society, which houses artifacts, antiques and memorabilia from the city’s history, and is located in the McBride House, which once belonged to the city’s first settler, Samuel Tylee.
Woodland Cellars, started by two vintners with 30 years of experience, make and sell white and red wines, as well as mead made using Ohio wildflowers. And Fat Guy Oven & Bakery serves up artisan breads, cakes, cookies, pies, pastries, made to order sandwiches, Panini's, soups, pizza and pepperoni rolls that can't be missed.
Find gifts at Extending Grace or the Green's Floral Shop, an adorable boutique with unique floral arrangements and more.
Pine Lakes Golf Club & Resort on the Penn Ohio Golf Trail is located on 234 acres of rolling, green terrain in Hubbard. Established in 1926, Pine Lakes offers lessons and clinics for golfers of all skill levels. Nearby, Julia’s Bed and Breakfast provides easy accommodations for golfers and a stay with character for bed and breakfast enthusiasts.
For more information, please visit www.cityofhubbard-oh.gov.
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.