Canton, OH: America's Playing Field - Cleveland Article
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From the nationally known Pro Football Hall of Fame, Wm. McKinley Memorial and Presidential Library and Museum, and First Ladies National Historic Site to the hidden treasures of Amish country, Stark County offers world-class attractions, 21 beautiful golf courses, malls and specialty shops, and unique restaurants with dozens of cuisines.
Whether you are a business traveler, a convention planner, or a holiday-goer seeking a leisurely vacation their Convention & Visitors’ Bureau can help make your trip enjoyable. The Canton Stark County area also features tourism treasures like the Ohio and Erie Canal Corridor, the MAPS Air Museum, the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, and the historic Lincoln Highway, also a wide variety of museums, B & Bs, and entertainment venues. Come and see all they have to offer!
Also located in Canton is the unbelievable Gervasi Vineyard. Gervasi Vineyard is an elegant Tuscan-inspired escape featuring a 55 acre estate with stunning grounds, winery, bistro, boutique inn, outdoor patio, marketplace, and event center. Situated on a spring-fed lake, Gervasi provides a unique and memorable setting for the ultimate getaway experience in Northeast Ohio.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame has been attracting visitors here since it first opened in 1963. All of your favorite football memories and legendary players come to life here with the help of interactive and various media displays and exhibits. A mecca for hardcore and even casual fans of NFL football.
Canton is also located along the Ohio and Erie Canalway, which runs south from Cleveland to New Philadelphia. This Canalway offers many exciting things to see and experience, including the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad and the Towpath Trail.
Canton, Ohio is located just 60 minutes south of Cleveland.
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