Village of Peninsula

Description

On July 4, 1827, the Village of Peninsula celebrated the opening of the Ohio Canal, introducing the Western Reserve to eastern trade as it became a "seaport town." Today, it continues its place in our history as a Towpath Trailhead, a Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad “whistle-stop,” a popular site for Questing, and a stop along the America’s Byway. The Village of Peninsula invites you to come for the day, relax and enjoy all that the Cuyahoga Valley has to offer. Rent a bike for a Towpath ride, ride the train back, shop with local artisans, visit the galleries, and grab a bite to eat. You also may want to sample the “delicious results” of sustainable farming at working farms and farmers markets in the area before you continue on your journey.

Address

1619 West Mill Street
Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
Peninsula, OH 44264

Lat/Long

41.24235350, -81.54882680
Visit Website
330.657.2778

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