Moving to Bowling Green:
Every September, the Black Swamp Arts Festival takes place in Bowling Green. Main Street is closed to traffic and artists from around the country display and sell a variety of artwork. The festival includes over 100 artists, four live music stages, youth arts, acts of art, and concessions.
Moving to Toledo:
Toledo is one of the more populous and well known cities in northwest Ohio. Sports fans moving to northwest Ohio should take the time to go to one of the city’s numerous sporting events throughout the year including:
- Auto Racing – The Toledo Speedway
- Baseball – The Toledo Mud Hens (Minor League Baseball)
- Golf – Inverness Golf Club
- Hockey – The Toledo Walleye
- Football – The Toledo Reign
- Roller Derby – The Glass City Rollers
Moving to Sandusky:
Located just outside of Sandusky County in northwest Ohio, the city of Sandusky is a popular destination for residence of northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan alike. This is mainly because of Cedar Point, 364-acre amusement park located on a Lake Erie peninsula in Sandusky, Ohio. It is the second-oldest operating amusement park in the United States behind Lake Compounce and is considered the flagship park of the amusement park chain, Cedar Fair. Adopting the moniker of "America's Roller Coast," the park features a world-record number of rides, including roller coasters for thrill seekers to enjoy while in northwest Ohio.