North Ridgeville

North Ridgeville, located about five miles west of the Cleveland border, is a suburb along the Ohio Turnpike in Lorain County. North Ridgeville was initially known as the Ridgeville Township. The township was first occupied by settlers from Waterbury, Connecticut, in May, 1810. The first permanent Town Hall was built around 1850. Incorporated in 1958, the village became a city in 1960 and covers 23.4 square miles

North Ridgeville is home to the North Ridgeville Corn Festival. In the June 2002 issue of Cleveland Magazine, the North Ridgeville Corn Festival was voted the best festival in Northeast Ohio.

North Ridgeville and Nearby Attractions

  • Goodtimes Amusement Park
  • Black River Reservation
  • Hickories Museum
  • Carlisle Reservation
  • Lake Erie Nature and Science Center
  • French Creek Reservation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

( courtesy of wikipedia, cleveland.com, citytowninfo.com)