Rich in Ohio history, Leavittsburg was a key player in the development of northeastern Ohio. Founded in 1803, the first railroad tracks were laid down in 1856 allowing transportation to Cleveland and Pittsburgh. By the 1960's transportation through this small railroad station included stops in such faraway places like Nashville, Boston, Orlando, San Francisco and even Toronto, Canada.
The Leavittsburg Historical Society can be found in the former Polivka building where you’ll find photos, articles, and artifacts about the importance the small town played on the development of northeastern Ohio.
A popular spot for those with animals is the Leavittsburg Feedmill. There you’ll find all you need to care for a variety of animals of all shapes and sizes.
Leavittsburg and Warren Township
Canoe City MetroPark
This nearly 18-acre park, opened in 1920, is the oldest park in the system.
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!
Leavittsburg Heritage Museum
The Leavittsburg Heritage Museum building was generously donated to the DLIA in 1998 by the Polivka family.
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.
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.
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.