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    Village of Monroeville

  • Civil War encampments
    • » Camp Worcester located on Norwalk Street
    • » Camp Monroeville located near the intersection of Route 20 and Route 99
  • Remnants of Old Route 20 one of the major East/West routes across the United States
    • » Two key pieces of this history are located on old Norwalk Street and an area off Route 99 near Subway
  • Huron River, which is one of only a few slate bottom rivers in the world
    • » Very scenic with its rock formation and high river bluffs
    • » Excellent fishing opportunities exist during the summer months
  • National Historical Register includes three structures within the Village
    • » Octagon House located at 64 Sandusky Street
    • » Former Episcopal Church located at intersection of Monroe Street and North Ridge Street
    • » 29 Brown Street
  • Railroads located on South Ridge Street
    • » Many remnants of different railroad tracks that came through the Village
    • » Two old depot buildings
    • » Rails to Trails travels along a section of the old Wheeling Lake Erie Railroad. Several remnants of the old railroad can be seen along this route

       City of Norwalk

Norwalk City:

  • Main Street
    • » Most architecturally-diverse historic district in the State of Ohio
    • » Historic Main Street Uptown District

 

 

       Plymouth Village

  • Greenlawn Cemetery
    • » Intersection of State Route 98 and State Route 61
  • Civil War Cemetery
    • » Intersection of State Route 61 and Plymouth Springmill
  • Vintage Clothing
    • » 6 East Main Street
  • Denominational Churches
  • American Legion
    • » 112 Trux Street
  • Woody Ridge Golf Course
    • » 6362 State Route 598
  • Tune It Up Driving Range
    • » 4592 State Route 61
  • Plymouth Coffee and Floral
    • » 11 East Main Street
  • Plymouth Historical Society
    • » 7 East Main Street
  • Plymouth Hardware
    • » 13 East Main Street
  • Plymouth Library
    • » 29 West Broadway
  • Plymouth Rock
    • » 11 West Broadway
    • » Grades 4 – 12 for after school activities

Annual Events:

  • Silver King & Fireman’s Festival
    • » Chicken BBQ
    • » Mud Volleyball
    • » Parade
    • » First Weekend in August
  • Memorial Day Parade
  • Tree Lighting with Santa
    • » Day after Thanksgiving

         Willard City

  • Greenwood Cemetery
    • » 23 acres located along State Route 99
    • » War memorial to all Willard area veterans
    • » Tombstones dating back to the late 1800’s
    • » Call 419-933-7531 Willard Maintenance Department for more information
  • Willard Municipal Airport
    • » Located off State Route 103
    • » Features a 4,040 foot runway with lights.
    • » Airplane fuel and tie-downs are available
    • » Hours of operation Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    • » Call 419-933-6601 Airport Manager for more information
  • CSX Rail Yards
    • » Located on the old Baltimore and Ohio’s east/west mainline
    • » One of the largest, productive and safest CSX’s “hump yard”
    • » 100+ freight trains per day
    • » A “must” stop for quality rail shots
  • GeoCaching
    • » Willard Area Historical Society cache
    • » 20 cache in a 10 mile radius
    • » 1400 cache in a 25 mile radius
  • Wireless Internet
    • » Wired Coffee Bar – 421 East Walton Avenue
    • » Country Hearth Inn – 1201 Conwell Avenue
    • » Willard Memorial Library – 6 West Emerald Street