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We love Highland Square, Akron, and Northeast Ohio. We are very passionate about supporting Local Businesses and Ministries.

Ohio find it here...

Ohio. Find It Here. isn’t just the state’s tourism slogan, it aptly describes a place that is incredibly diverse, from its big city amenities which include a thriving arts and culture scene and award-winning culinary experiences, to the charm and comfort that can be found in its distinctive neighborhoods and historic small towns.

Whether you’re here for a few hours, a few days, or you’re lucky enough to live here, you’ll find endless opportunities to share memorable experiences with those who mean the most to you.

Happiness. Joy. Excitement. Ohio. Find It Here.

Ohio To Erie Trail

The Ohio to Erie Trail is a route for non-motorists that traverses the U.S. state of Ohio, from southwest to northeast. It is named for its endpoints, the Ohio River at Cincinnati and Lake Erie at Cleveland. The route largely consists of rail trails and other multi-use trails but also includes some on-road segments in anticipation of future segregated cycle facilities. The route as a whole is intended for bicyclists and hikers, while some trails along the route also permit equestrian and horse and buggy traffic.

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Ohio & Erie Canalway

An 87-mile scenic route where mules once pulled boats along the canal, the multi-purpose trail is a key destination for cyclists, hikers, walkers, horseback riders, and nature lovers. The historic trail runs through the heart of the Ohio and Erie Canalway, connecting Cleveland Metroparks at Lake Erie (North), Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Summit Metro Parks in Akron, Stark Parks, and Tuscarawas County Park District (South).

Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens

This sprawling historic Tudor revival style estate built between 1912 and 1915 is a must-see when visiting Akron. It’s one of the 10 largest country estate homes in America and home to impressive collections owned by the Seiberling family. F.A. Seiberling, the co-founder of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, built the home for his family who once resided in the estate which encompasses 70 acres and five historic buildings. Year-round tours of the Manor House and gardens can be arranged by visiting

The Buckeye Trail:

For nearly 1444 miles, the Buckeye Trail winds around Ohio, reaching into every corner of the state. From a beachhead on Lake Erie near Cleveland, to a hilltop overlooking the Ohio River in Cincinnati, a hiker can experience a little of all that Ohio has to offer.

First envisioned in the late 1950’s as a trail from the Ohio River to Lake Erie, the Buckeye Trail evolved into a large loop, branching both north and east from Cincinnati. The separate legs rejoin in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park near Cleveland, and complete the trip to the lake. Because it is a loop, it is also in essence, endless. You may start a hike at any point and hike as long as you want without ever reaching an end!

Dr. Bob's Home

This sprawling historic Tudor revival style estate built between 1912 and 1915 is a must-see when visiting Akron. It’s one of the 10 largest country estate homes in America and home to impressive collections owned by the Seiberling family. F.A. Seiberling, the co-founder of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, built the home for his family who once resided in the estate which encompasses 70 acres and five historic buildings. Year-round tours of the Manor House and gardens can be arranged by visiting

Trinity Financial & Insurance Solutions

An 87-mile scenic route where mules once pulled boats along the canal, the multi-purpose trail is a key destination for cyclists, hikers, walkers, horseback riders, and nature lovers. The historic trail runs through the heart of the Ohio and Erie Canalway, connecting Cleveland Metroparks at Lake Erie (North), Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Summit Metro Parks in Akron, Stark Parks, and Tuscarawas County Park District (South).

Akron Area YMCA

Named after Doug Kohl, the CEO of the Akron Area Y, upon his retirement after 25 years of service, Kohl Family Y is located in the heart of Akron and linked to Summa Health. A city-centric vibe that links the community affords the Kohl Family Y, the friendly environment of bringing people together for good health and a good life. 

Historic Highland Square

An 87-mile scenic route where mules once pulled boats along the canal, the multi-purpose trail is a key destination for cyclists, hikers, walkers, horseback riders, and nature lovers. The historic trail runs through the heart of the Ohio and Erie Canalway, connecting Cleveland Metroparks at Lake Erie (North), Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Summit Metro Parks in Akron, Stark Parks, and Tuscarawas County Park District (South).

Christ Community Chapel
Hudson Campus
Our Daily Bread Ministries
iAAMOG Ministries
Emerge Ministries
Akron Marathon
Primal Screen Printing
Stewart's Caring Place
Akron Downtown Partnership
Neighborhood Association
Porch Rokr
Film Festival
Bike Authority
Vega's Velo Bicycle Transport
Blimp City
Bike & Hike
Eddy's Bike Shop
Vaccaro's Trattoria
The Mustard Seed Market & Cafe
Mary Coyle's Ice Cream
The Jenks Building
Ms. Julie's Kitchen
Akron Family Restaurant
Frank's Place On Market
Akronym Brewing
Aladdin's Eatery
Blu Plate
Blu Jazz
Musica
House of LaRose
Norka Beverage Company
Pavona's Pizza Joint
BucketWear Clothing Company
Ken Love Photography
Mustill Store Museum
Akronite

Book Early and Start Planning Your Trip!

The Berrodin Bed and Breakfast is a perfect stop on the Ohio Erie Trail!