Cuyahoga Falls Real Estate
Cuyahoga Falls –
Cuyahoga Falls was founded in 1812 by William Wetmore and was originally named Manchester. It is named after the Cuyahoga River (which flows into Lake Erie) and the series of waterfalls that run along the southern boundary of the city. It is bordered by Akron to the south and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park to the northwest.
The city offers residents many attractions and facilities: the Brookledge Golf Club (18-hole); Downview Sports Center (batting cages, driving range, skate park, etc.); Downtown for live concerts, dining and special events on the riverfront; The Natatorium – aquatic fitness center; Water Works Aquatic Center – poolside fun and entertainment for the entire summer! It also boasts 25 neighborhood parks spread throughout the city so families have easy access to the great outdoors.
- Cuyahoga Falls is home to Blossom Music Center - an amphitheatre with a pavilion that seats 5,700 people, with space for about 13,500 more on the lawn. It is the summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra, which performs its annual Blossom Festival there. The venue is also host to a full summer schedule of popular music acts – country, rock, classical or golden oldies!
- Cuyahoga Falls has numerous places around town where you eat, drink and shop ‘til you drop! – Falls River Square, Riverwalk & Watermark on Front, Chestnut Crossing and Portage Crossing to name a few!
- Cuyahoga Falls is served by two outstanding school systems – the Woodridge Local School District (Primary, Intermediary, Middle and High Schools) and the Cuyahoga Falls City School District (High School, two Middle and six Elementary Schools and the Schnee Learning Center)
- Population of just over 49,000 per the 2010 census
For more information on the city of Cuyahoga Falls, visit http://www.cityofcf.com/