11155 SR 212 N.E.
Bolivar, OH 44612
Phone: (330) 874-3435
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Petros Lake Park is a fun place to hangout with your family or a group of friends. Take a walk along the trails and enjoy the beautiful nature that adorns this park. Different, rare species of plants, fishing opportunities at the lake and multi-use grounds can be enjoyed by the visitors.
The Tuscarawas County Courthouse is a historic landmark that sits on East High Avenue, enchanting passers-by with its architectural brilliance. The dome is its most striking feature and can be seen from afar. The stone used for this building was brought in from Medina, a railroad track being specially constructed nearby for this purpose. Today, the courthouse houses the Common Pleas courtrooms and several judicial offices.
The Sippo Lake Park is a wonderful expanse with well marked hiking trails. Biking enthusiasts and nature lovers can expect some fun time at this park. The Sippo Lake Park also attracts many bird watchers.
Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Church is an architectural landmark in Massillon. It is designed in the Gothic architectural style replete with a square tower and beautiful stained-glass work. This church building features on the National Register of Historic Places, and hosts weekly mass and services.
The National First Ladies' Library was opened in 1996. The library is situated in First Lady Ida Saxton McKinley's house and is dedicated to the first ladies of the country. The library is open to public visitation and guided tours are offered.
The First Ladies National Historic Site is a highlight in the Canton cityscape. The Ida Saxton McKinley Historic Home preserves and conserves the house of the First Lady. The Education and Research Center is another immensely significant highlight. Here, the first floor features a large exhibition hall, a theater, and a miniature library room that depicts some of the most iconic artifacts of First Lady Abigail Fillmore. The second story constitutes the National First Ladies’ Library. Several other rooms in the building comprise of conference spaces, storage as well as office spaces. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 31, 2001.
This late 19th-century, Beaux Arts Classic structure is one of the stately courthouses in the state. The site at which the County Courthouse and Annex stands today had two other courthouses earlier, making it the third of its kind on that place. This four story building has beautiful Roman arches and ornate squares. Its two porticos facing the Tuscarawas Street and the Market Avenue are simply elegant. The courthouse underwent a huge restoration program in 1992 which ended in 1995 and is back to its former glory. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
The St. Peter's Cathedral of Canton is a historic church located in Canton, Ohio. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
The St. Mary's Catholic Church, or Neue Katholishe Mu, is a historic church located in Massillon, Ohio. The church was constructed in 1876 using various forms of architecture such as Gothic and High Victorian Gothic styles. The stone structure of the church features a large rose window at the front, a pair of turrets and statues near the windows. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
Lake Cable is a fascinating recreational area in Canton. The lake is enveloped by pristine marinas, beachfronts and dense vegetation. Fishing vessels and pontoon boats are a common sight on the scenic lake.
Gervasi Vineyard is located in Canton and offers delightful tours to the winery. Get acquainted with the interesting wine-making process and later, enjoy scrumptious Italian meals. Loyal patrons swear by beef short ribs and shredded brussel sprouts. Bring your special someone here and enjoy a little romantic dinner amidst a very warm and cozy ambiance.
The St. Louis Church is a historic church located in Louisville, Ohio. This Gothic and High Victorian Gothic style church was built in 1870. There are steps leading up to the red brick and stone church building, which features two turrets and a gable roof, as well as a rose window. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.