Visiting Garrettsville

The Village of Garrettsville and surrounding area boasts a wide variety of attractions, shopping, antiquing, dining, activities, historical sites, and more. Two state parks are located within five miles of the Village and the scenic Headwaters Trail runs right through town.


Historic Sites

Baptist Cemetary & War Memorials
Located on Maple Avenue across from the municipal parking lots

James A. Garfield Historical Society
Located at 8107 Main Street in Garrettsville

Ohio Historical Society Marker - Garrettsville's Maple Syrup Industry
Located at 8107 Main Street in Garrettsville

Ohio Historical Society Marker - Hart Crane's Birthplace
Located on Freedom Street across from the municipal parking lot


Village Parks and Trails

Garrettsville Village Park contains five baseball/softball fields, a basketball court, a skateboard course and a playground. The park also contains three outdoor pavillions available for weddings, reunions and parties.

A smaller Village owned park located on Park Avenue features playground equipment, a tennis court and a basketball court.

Headwaters Trail is great for hikers, bicyclists and horse riders.Headwaters Trail is an eight-mile limestone-paved trail built on the former Cleveland-Mahoning Railroad line between Mantua and Garrettsville. The trail provides a safe and scenic route for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders and features trailhead parking at Garrettsville Village Park, on SR700 in Hiram, and in Mantua Village Park.

There is a scenic Boardwalk across Eagle Creek.


Attractions, Activities and Lodging

Visit the Garrettsville-Hiram Area Chamber of Commerce site for more information about places to stay and things to do.


Thu, Dec 25, 2014
Christmas Day
Fri, Dec 26, 2014
Christmas Holiday

Announcements
  • Beginning Nov 1, 2014, the Village Clerk's Office will change to winter hours - 8:00AM to 4:00PM