With several diverse museums, an animal sanctuary and several parks and gardens, this small town in Ohio is culturally diverse. Youngstown is one more stop through well- preserved towns in Ohio, untarnished by strip malls and with a downtown area that evokes an architectural charm from years past. Also appealing to travelers looking to get away from modern day stress and urban sprawls is the White House Fruit Farm, an appropriate fixture in the area, that lets you pick your own fruits from the vine and sells homemade foodstuffs.
Mill Creek Park is well known in the area serving the community with beautiful gardens and a few thousand acres of hiking trails, woods and lakes. Also in the area are two other state parks, Lake Milton and Mosquito Lake, offering fishing, swimming and boating. The Butler Institute of American Art is popular for American art fans and draws over 100,000 visitors each year to Youngstown.
Youngstown is just 15 miles northeast of Canfield and is accessible via the Ohio Turnpike on I-80 as well as I-76 to the north.