Streetsboro is a city in Portage County, Ohio, United States. It is formed from the former township of Streetsboro, which was formed from the Connecticut Western Reserve. It is nearly co-extant with the former Streetsboro Township; the village of Sugar Bush Knolls was also formed in part from a small portion of the former township. The population was 12,311 at the 2000 census, and 16,028 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Akron Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Restaurants in Streetsboro
4.5 based on 81 reviews
there is something for everyone at this community park. The lake provides opportunities for boating, kayaking, and fishing. (Bring your own equipment, there are no rentals).
Children seem to love the play ground, there are shelters for group picnics, tables and grills available. The hiking trail around the lake is a favourite of all ...some running, some taking a leisurely stroll, It is a beautiful spot just to sit by the lake and relax.
4 based on 67 reviews
18 hole championship caliber public golf course. First time architect Joe Salemi. #2 Public Course in Ohio by Golfweek. 4 1/2 stars by Golf Digest.
This review is for the Whiskey Barrel restaurant at Boulder Creek Golf Club. We just had dinner here tonight and really enjoyed it. This is now my favorite restaurant in Streetsboro. We dined on the patio which is the nicest around. The interior also looked nice. We had two appetizers, the gyro plate and the pretzel bites. Both were good. The gyro plate was a bit odd as an appetizer but it tasted good. I had ribs and my wife had a steak. The fries were a tad limp but tasty. The ribs were fresh and the meat was falling off of the bone. The sauce was uninspiring. My wife enjoyed her steak. We'll both definitely be back!
4 based on 166 reviews
Aurora Farms Premium Outlets features an impressive collection of the finest brands for you, your family and your home. Include a shopping stop during your next trip to the area. Located approximately 35 minutes southeast of Cleveland, you're sure to find impressive savings all year round.
Aurora Farms offers many of your favorite premium outlet stores. You can visits all of the stores within a few hours if you wish. The discounts can be very good or average depending on what you are looking for and what specials they have going on.
The majority of the stores go in a square around one area. They are easily accessible from the parking lot and you can drop off your packages as you go. The stores can get very crowded during prime hours.
The food court is poor. There are not many selections and it lacks in atmosphere. They do have a nice fish pond and play set to break up the day if you have children with you.
The grounds are beautifully maintained and add to the joy of your shopping experience.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
We stopped here on a Saturday in July because of the historical significance. We had to ask a couple people on campus where the memorial was located, and were underwhelmed by the presentation. Is there is visitor center where the events of that fateful day are documented? Who knows, since all the buildings were closed. There are a couple of metal signs talking about the events, but no acknowledgements of the the four people killed. For me, this was a big letdown, and I expected much more. Especially for such a watershed moment in American history.
5 based on 69 reviews
We spent a couple of days at Cuyahoga Valley National Park and did 4 hikes. This was our only non-waterfall hike and it was our favorite. The cliffs and rock formations are endlessly fascinating, the woods are very pretty, and the CCC built stairs are worth a look all on their own. If you want to shorten the hike you can come back across the meadow from the Overlook but it would be a shame to do so.
You could do this hike in an hour or so but we all took so many pictures and kept going into the little side rock formations that it took us almost 2 hours to do it.
5 based on 24 reviews
Breakaway Excursions is a provider of adventure-based recreation activities in Cleveland and Northeast, Ohio. We rent kayaks, archery gear and snowshoes. We also customize excursions and instructional training for individuals, families, non-profit and for-profit businesses. Our activities include Archery, Kayaking, Snowshoeing and traditional Team Building events.
Best kayaking experience ever. Doug was so friendly and knowledgeable. The kayaks and life jackets were so clean (unlike other places we have been). The kayaks were super comfy too with adjustable seats and foot rests. We did the 5 mile trip and it was...MoreThanks Patti. Your review is extremely helpful to those planning an excursion for their families. We are super happy that you like our gear and look forward to working with you again in the future. Doug PS Archery season is coming up this fall.
3 based on 32 reviews
We bought the 3 hr pass on Sunday afternoon. It included, the rock wall,trampolines and zip lining. There was plenty of space to keep everyone active. It wasn't very busy so there was no wait. We parents sat upstairs on the sofas overlooking the zip lining and took pictures. Everyone had lemonade and dippin' dots half way through our visit. Zip City was a fun way to spend a cold afternoon indoors.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Originally opened as a wine bar, we have recently transformed into a favorite neighborhood bar & bistro and casual hangout.
Stopped in on the recommendation of a few friends who absolutely love the place. The outside does nothing for the place, inside is very nicely done but small. We had a couple of apps won tons & crab cakes they were good. We were also how many things on the menu they were out of & it was a Saturday night. Also the bartender was our waiter which doesn't work out well when the place starts to get busy. Our entrees were good and I will say I thought the prices were reasonable. Probably will give it another try.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Wonderful nostalgic trip down memory lane. They have the coolest stuff. Turning the store and the street into Harry Potter Land is genius ... and fun for the entire community. You can always find something unique and different here, much more fun than the big box bookstores.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Time line of fashion exhibit was quite interesting as it placed clothing into the context of what was happening in the Western World. This exhibit segues, space-wise into their extensive glass collection display with indepth examples of famous Ohio glass factories and craftspeople. The second floor's open plan lets them show you how the flapper dress evolved in great depth. Fascinating. In a smaller space, the curators show how coutures created very attractive clothing on the exterior as well as how they resolved structural issues that made their fashions possible and did so with artfully done "lining" that is as interesting as the exteriors.
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