Where can I find smaller communities outside of Cleveland?

The communities of Stark County include small villages, towns, and cities. Known as “America’s Playing Field”, the area has plenty to do and see.

The city of Alliance, the “Carnation City”, is home to Ohio’s state flower, the Scarlet Carnation. Each year, the city celebrates this heritage with the week-long Greater Alliance Carnation Festival. Twenty-four parks cover 220 acres of the city, ranging from small neighborhood green spaces to the sixty-acre Butler-Rodman Park Complex, which offers ball fields, volleyball courts, playgrounds, a nature trail, and a physical fitness course.

Canal Fulton is an historic town in the northwest corner of Stark County. It is a close-knit community that takes great pride in its past. The town’s Historic District is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, with over eighty buildings and homes.

Home of the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame, the City of Canton has big-city benefits without losing its charm. Here you will find the William McKinley Presidential Library and the National First Ladies Library and research center. Canton also boasts a lively arts community, including the Canton Symphony Orchestra, the Canton Ballet, and the Canton Museum of Art.

Apartments in Stark County range from studios to three-bedroom units. Rents are priced about average for the greater Cleveland area.

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