is the center of Ohio's Maple Country.
the County Seat of Geauga County, displays New England Charm in the center of Ohio's "Snow Belt".
is one of the hubs of Ohio's Amish Community.
township of Ohio
- South Russell
- Punderson State Park, 11755 Kinsman Rd., Newbury. Natural lake, resort manor house, family cottages, golf course, winter sports park, sledding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, 196-site campground, showerhouses, flush toilets, electricity, pet camping, twenty-six cottages, manor house features a dining room, meeting rooms, outdoor, indoor swimming pools, championship-rated, 18-hole public golf course, pro shop, boat rentals, fishing, fourteen miles of hiking trails, tennis court, volleyball, basketball courts and cross country ski trails
- Observatory Park, 10610 Clay Street, Montville Township. 1,100 acre park that is one the few areas left in Northeast Ohio left undisturbed by light pollution, includes an astronomical observatory, the Robert McCullough Science Center that includes "a meteorite that visitors can touch", "weekly planetarium shows", and "projection equipment for astronomy-related programming." The astronomical observatory includes a partially retractable roof with that can allow people to view the night sky directly with a Newtonian reflector, "featuring a 25" mirror". It is also a dark sky park. Observatory Park - Geauga Park District
Geauga County is named for a Native American word meaning "raccoon". You may hear Geauga County being referred to as "Raccoon County".
- Geauga Lake