Mill Creek Park was established in 1891 by Volney Rogers as the first park district in Ohio. Mill Creek Park is the largest area of the MetroParks encompassing over 2,658 acres of the MetroParks’ 4,500+ acres. Recreation opportunities include hiking, biking, boating, fishing, golf, tennis, volleyball, picnicking, cross country skiing, sledding, and much more. Mill Creek Park offers 20 miles of drives and 45 miles of trails.Take a leisurely walk through magnificent Fellows Riverside Gardens (which includes[...]
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Mill Creek MetroParks Bikeway is an 11-mile paved trail and offers a variety of scenery and experiences for hikers, skaters, and bicyclists. The Bikeway consists of three trailheads: The Kirk Road Trailhead, located near the midpoint of the Bikeway, provides a 50-car parking lot, restrooms, water fountains and a picnic pavilion available for rent; the Mahoning Avenue trailhead, and the MetroParks Farm Trailhead. The Bikeway stretches from the northern Mahoning County line south to Western Reserve Road. Even[...]
Established in 1877 as the area’s weekly newspaper, Mahoning Dispatch operated for 91 years. The Canfield Historical Society maintains this site, which contains a treasure trove of old printing presses.
Canfield Fairgrounds are home of the famous Canfield Fair–the largest county fair in the state of Ohio–in its 172nd year. Other events during the year include dog shows, horse shows, Dave & Ed’s Super Auto Events and the Canfield Scare Grounds during Halloween.
TP Auto Car Collection Museum features a collection of beautifully restored antique vehicles. Highlight is a National Award-winning 1939 Cadillac LaSalle. Stroll past these rare automobiles and check out the price of gasoline on the the old-time pumps – 17 cents a gallon!
The War Vets Museum houses over 36,000 artifacts from the Revolutionary War up through present day Middle East battles. Lower level has an interesting train display.