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January
30

Indoor Wintertime Fun Around Stark County

Indoor Wintertime Fun - Stark County, OH - DeHOFF REALTORS

Outdoor recreation is a popular activity in Stark County, but sometimes you want to stay active without bundling up in layers. Fortunately, the area is home to many indoor recreation venues that let you stay comfortable as you skate, swim, bowl, or pursue other activities. Our real estate agents recommend the following indoor destinations for wintertime fun around Stark County.

  1. Sky Zone Belden Village - 4381 Whipple Ave. NW, Canton, Ohio 44718
    If you're looking for some indoor fun that lets the whole family get active, head to Sky Zone Belden Village. Located near Canton homes for sale, the entertainment park has a large number of activities to keep everyone happily occupied. Work on your craziest stunts in the Foam Zone, or climb, spin, or practice stunts on aerial silks over a foam pit. You can also make your way across a frustratingly fidgety ladder or zoom down a slide. 

  2. Center Ice Sports Complex - 8319 Port Jackson Ave. NW, North Canton, Ohio 44720
    Center Ice Sports Complex
    is the place to lace up your skates and just have fun or work on perfecting your skills. Reserve an open skate time to enjoy gliding around the rink, and look for a theme night to make your visit even more fun. If you're just getting started, Learn to Skate programs are available for all ages and abilities. Open figure skating time is available for solo practices or to meet with coaches, and a program is offered to help you advance your skills to the next level. Ice time is also available for hockey players to learn skating or stick skills or to practice on their own.

  3. North Canton Skate & Entertainment Center - 5475 Whipple Ave. NW, North Canton, Ohio 44720  
    North Canton Skate & Entertainment Center
    has grown considerably since its start in 1960. It started out as a skating center, which is still there but has new hardwood floors as well as a sound, video, and lighting system. A variety of other activities have been added to turn the venue into an entertainment center, including laser tag, bumper cars, a rock wall, a laser maze, jump-shot basketball, and a large arcade. 

  4. Massillon Recreation Center - 505 Erie St. N, Massillon, Ohio 44646
    Operated by the city, the Massillon Recreation Center has a nice variety of activities. Conveniently located near Massillon homes for sale, it serves as the downtown trailhead for the Ohio & Canal Towpath, a north/south multipurpose trail. Visit the Aquatic Center and have your choice of a lap pool, lazy river, multi-purpose/splash-down pool, and kiddie play area. You can also glide down two 19-foot water slides or spend time in a dry sauna. To get active away from the water, play basketball or volleyball in the gym, or run or walk around the mondo-cushioned indoor track.

  5. Park Centre Lanes - 7313 Whipple Ave. NW, North Canton, OH 44720
    Bowl with friends or family as you get together for some fun, or if you're more serious about bowling, join one of the leagues that play at Park Centre Lanes. For a fun twist on the game, stop by for Glow Bowling, which features over 100 black lights, an outstanding sound system, 40 digital music stations, and an amazing light show to add to the experience.

Contact us if you'd like to sell your home or want to buy a new one. We'll use our experience and knowledge to help you sell your home as quickly as possible and for the most money possible. And if you're looking to buy, we'll show you North Canton homes for sale that meet your criteria.

September
6

Fall Family Fun Around Stark County

Fall Family Fun - Stark and Summit Counties - DeHOFF REALTORS

Fall brings cooler temperatures with a crisp feel to the air, and with the hustle and bustle of school starting back, it's the perfect time to have some family fun on the weekends. Several farms and orchards around Stark county offer loads of activities for the whole family, making them a great place to visit for the day or afternoon.

Our real estate agents recommend checking out the following popular destinations for fall family fun in the area.

  1. Maize Valley - 6193 Edison St. NE, Hartville, OH 44632
    Maize Valley
    is a popular destination for Ohio families seeking fall fun since it offers so much to do. In addition to navigating through an 8-acre corn maze, your family can play trivia with questions hidden throughout the maze. The younger kids can also take an animal train ride, and you can gather the whole family for an old-fashioned wagon ride. Other fun activities include pumpkin cannon demonstrations, a pumpkin jump pad, goat-a-palooza animal area, straw bale mountain, push carts, pedal trikes, Farmagination village, and more. And for a few extra dollars, you can try your luck at finding a sparkling treasure at the gem mine. Maize Valley is just around the corner from Hartville homes for sale.

  2. Kingsway Pumpkin Farm - 1555 Andrews St. NE, Hartville, OH 44632
    If you're looking for a day or afternoon of family-friendly fall fun, head to Kingsway Pumpkin Farm. A general admission ticket gives you access to activities, including the 8-acre corn maze with a butterfly design. You'll also be able to meet farm animals, play in a corn box and straw tunnel, and more. If you're looking for pumpkins to add to your fall decor, take a wagon ride to the patch and pick your pumpkins, which are sold by weight. Make sure to bring your phone or camera along to take photos since you'll find plenty of displays and photo props hand-painted by the owner to create great backdrops.

  3. Nickajack Farms - 2955 Manchester Ave. NW, North Lawrence, OH 44666
    Nickajack Farms
    has been holding its Pumpkin Days festival for nearly 20 years, adding more activities and games each year. In addition to a corn maze, other activities include taking wagon rides, interacting with barnyard animals, zooming down a 30-foot slide, shooting paintballs at targets, blasting corn from cannons, bowling with pumpkins, and digging in a corn crib filled with 10,000 pounds of corn. You can also take a wagon ride to the pick-your-own pumpkin patch or choose some gourds and squash. Grab some bundled Indian corn and corn stalks to complete your fall look.

  4. Arrowhead Orchard - 11724 Lisbon St. SE, Paris, OH 44669
    Established in 1932, Arrowhead Orchard has grown from a hand-planted orchard to include plenty of fall activities along with crops. Take the kids to tackle the corn maze or take a walk through beautiful sunflowers. You'll all enjoy unlimited hayrides, which could make for a welcome respite after more active pursuits like slides, a zip line, hay mountain, an apple cannon, an obstacle course, tree climb, and more. You can also pick your own pumpkin or cut your own beautiful sunflower bouquet to take home.

Contact us if you love Stark County as much as we do. For nearly 50 years, we've helped customers find homes in the area and would love to help you find one as well! 

July
5

Plan a Family Day at the Akron Zoo

Family Day at The Akron Zoo - DeHOFF REALTORS®

The Akron Zoo has been a staple of family fun near Akron homes for sale for decades, with significant expansion since the early 2000s leading to new exhibits, rides for kids, special events, and amenities for visitors to enjoy. Summer is the perfect time to experience a fun, educational family outing to the Akron Zoo, with a busy schedule of special events, summer camps for kids, and many animals to see. Our real estate agents have the key information to help you plan your next family day at the Akron Zoo.

  • Get to Know the Animals
    Did you know that the number of animals under the care of the Akron Zoo has increased by 200 percent over the last 15 years? Today, the zoo is home to a diverse collection of animals from both land and sea. The seven categories of animals living at the zoo include mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, invertebrates, and even carnivorous plants. There are many rare species to see here, like the Red Panda, Bald Eagle, Sumatran Tiger, Galapagos Tortoise, Giant Pacific Octopus, and South American Sea Nettle, to name just a few.

  • Animal Habitats and Exhibits
    All of the animals at the Akron Zoo are cared for in habitats that mimic what they experience in nature. There are 10 distinct habitats to explore, including the Pride of Africa, Wild Asia, Curious Creatures, Legends of the Wild, Penguin Point, Grizzly Ridge, Komodo Kingdom, and Wild Prairie. Many of the zoo's birds are housed within the large Aviary, while plants and animals can be found within the Lehner Family Zoo Gardens.

  • Unique Experiences at the Akron Zoo
    For families who want a behind-the-scenes look at the Akron Zoo, some great unique experiences are available this summer. The Rise and Shine Safari, offered on mornings from Friday through Monday, is a tour with experienced staff members that allows you to explore the zoo before it opens to the public. You'll learn all about the habitats, discover how the animals are cared for, and participate in unique, interactive experiences with the animals.

    The Get Closer Experience is another great option for an up-close experience with creatures like the Galapagos Turtle, goats, and Animal Ambassadors. Get Closer Experiences also include one-on-one time with a zookeeper. All experiences must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance, so plan ahead.

  • Special Events and Camps for Summer Fun
    Summer is a busy time for special events at the zoo, with events for families and some events for adults 21 and older. Popular events include Princess & Pirate Day, Members' Nights, Summer Safari, and Paws & Reflect: Yoga for Conservation. Kids aged 6 through 16 can also be enrolled in the summer ZooCamp, where they'll learn about the zoo, the habitats, and the animals living there through fun, hands-on experiences.

  • Tickets, Parking, and What to Know Before You Visit
    The Akron Zoo is open daily April 1 through October 31 from 10:00 am through 5:00 pm, with limited hours in the winter. Admission is $14 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $11 for kids, with online purchasing available. Parking costs $5 per vehicle when purchased on-site or $3 if you purchase parking online before visiting.

When you're ready to buy or sell your next home near the great family attractions of Akron, our team is here to help. Contact us for assistance with all of your real estate needs in the Akron area.

June
27

Where to Celebrate the Fourth of July

Fourth of July Celebrations - North Canton-Akron, OH - DeHOFF REALTORS®

Can you believe that the Fourth of July is already around the corner? As always, Ohio communities will be pulling out all the stops to celebrate this special day with community events that the whole family can enjoy. Both Akron and North Canton have some holiday events that you won't want to miss. Our real estate agents have all of the details on where to celebrate the Fourth of July in your favorite Ohio communities.

  • North Canton Jaycees July Fourth Parade – 605 Fair Oaks Ave. SW., North Canton, OH 44720
    The North Canton Jaycees July Fourth Parade is always a local favorite near North Canton homes for sale, providing the perfect event to kick off your celebration of the big day. You can see the parade on 7th Street, Main, and Harmon starting at 10:30 AM, or catch the end of the parade at North Canton Middle School at the address listed above. The parade features a wide variety of entertainment, from classic cars to dance teams, with an easy sign-up process if you'd like to join the parade with your own local group.

  • North Canton YMCA July 4th Race – 200 S. Main St., North Canton, OH 44720
    Perhaps you'd like to fit in a great workout before digging into all of the goodies at a Fourth of July barbecue and have a great time in the process. This year marks the 44th annual edition of the North Canton YMCA July 4th Race, featuring four great races packed into one morning. The fun starts with the 100-yard Firecracker Dash for young children, followed by the 2-mile run for all ages. The 5-mile wheelchair and 5-mile races kick start shortly after, with routes that wind through North Canton.

  • Akron RubberDucks – 300 S. Main St., Akron, OH 44308
    Summer and baseball go hand-in-hand, so why not celebrate the Fourth of July with a trip to the ballpark? The Akron RubberDucks provide affordable family entertainment near Akron homes for sale all summer long, and the Fourth of July is always one of the biggest nights of the season. Start things off by watching the RubberDucks go toe to toe with the Altoona Curve, and be sure to stick around after the game. Once the final pitch has been thrown, the biggest fireworks show of the year will light up the sky above Canal Park.

  • Rib, White and Blue Festival – 200 S. Main St., Akron, OH 44308
    Start your celebration early with a trip to the Rib, White and Blue Festival in downtown Akron, which kicks off on Friday, July 1 and runs straight through the Fourth of July. Each day of the festival runs from morning through late evening, with great food, live entertainment, and free admission. Each night is highlighted by a free, live concert with tribute bands playing the hits from some of your favorite classic rock artists, including Bruce Springsteen, Queen, and Journey.

  • Akron Fireworks – 200 S. Main St., Akron, OH 44308
    Want to see fireworks but can't make it out to the RubberDucks game? The Akron Fireworks show will be held at the same location as the Rib, White and Blue Festival, starting at 9:45 PM on the Fourth of July. Stake out your spot early for the best views, and get ready for a spectacular show.

When you're ready to buy or sell your next home in these great communities, our team is here to help. Contact us to buy and sell homes throughout the North Canton and Akron areas.

June
6

6 Places for Chocolate Ice Cream June 7th

Chocolate Ice Cream - Stark & Summit Counties - DeHOFF REALTORS®

National Chocolate Ice Cream Day is June 7th, and for those of us with a sweet tooth, we can't wait! There are so many wonderful places to grab a delicious cone, sundae, or milkshake in Stark and Summit counties that it's impossible to choose just one. Instead, our real estate agents have put together a list of six favorites.

  1. Almost Heaven Ice Cream — 6590 Middlebranch Ave. NE, Canton, OH 44721
    With award-winning chocolate, butter pecan, strawberry, and vanilla ice cream, this lovely little shop near Canton homes for sale is a must-visit. Almost Heaven Ice Cream features more than two dozen ice cream flavors along with sundaes, banana splits, milkshakes, ice cream sandwiches, and so much more. If you want something extra special, order one of their dippy twisters, made with either dairy-free vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt vanilla mixed with your choice of delicious fruit.

  2. Handel's Homemade Ice Cream — 2191 E. Maple St., North Canton, OH 44720 / 7212 Fulton Dr. NW, Canton, OH 44718
    Baskin Robbins stands aside because your 32 flavors are nothing compared to Handel's Homemade Ice Cream. This popular shop near North Canton homes for sale has been around since 1945 and features more than 100 ice cream flavors, which means there's always something for every person to enjoy. Their high level of quality began with Alice Handel's homemade ice cream that she made using fresh fruit from her backyard garden, and that commitment continues to this day.

  3. Cherry Street Creamery — 136 Cherry St. W, Canal Fulton, OH 44614
    The family-owned Cherry Street Creamery has tons of ice cream flavors, milkshakes, sweet treats, and various food items. Every Monday, they kick off the week by posting a special, freshly made "mustard" flavor on their Facebook page. This wonderful shop near many Canal Fulton homes for sale is open from mid-March to October each year, so be sure to get down there when you get a chance and enjoy one of their tasty offerings while you can.

  4. Mak's Munchies N More — 7232 Portage St. NW, Massillon, OH 44646
    This deli and ice cream shop close to Massillon homes for sale is the perfect place for family and friends to find everything they need for a wonderful lunch or quick snack. In addition to several different flavors of ice cream - including chocolate, of course - you'll find grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, salads, and many other wonderful treats. Stop by Mak's Munchies N More for a quick bite, and you'll want to return time and time again.

  5. Papa Roni's Pizza & Ice Cream — 68 W. State St., Barberton, OH 44203
    Although it's only been around for a little over 10 years, Papa Roni's Pizza & Ice Cream has made a huge impact in the area. In addition to chocolate, chewy chocolate, chocolate chip cookie dough, and mint chocolate chip, you'll find a variety of ice cream flavors, including their Superman special, a blend of lemon, cherry, and blue raspberry. Pick up a pizza and ice cream for a perfect lunch or dinner.

  6. Taggart's Ice Cream — 1401 Fulton Rd. NW, Canton, OH 44703
    It's hard to believe that this Canton landmark has been around since 1926, but ask any resident and they probably have a story about visiting there as a youngster. Taggart's Ice Cream features wrought-iron ice cream parlor chairs, high-backed booths, and wood/tile floors that harken back to the classic soda fountain days. Not only will you get a taste of nostalgia, but you can dig into burgers, hot dogs, soups, chicken strips, and several other food favorites.

Contact us to view homes for sale in Stark and Summit counties. We can help you find your new dream home!

May
9

5 Stark County Parks for a Family Bike Ride

Family Bike Ride - Stark County Parks, OH - DeHOFF REALTORS®

As the weather warms up, it's the perfect time to head out on a family bike ride. Stark County has plenty of excellent parks with trails that cover forested areas, urban locations, and suburban sites.

Our real estate agents recommend the following trails in Stark County when you're ready to spend part of your day taking a family bike ride in area parks.

  • Quail Hollow Park - 13480 Congress Lake Ave., Hartville, OH 44632
    Quail Hollow Park has over 700 acres of rolling meadows, marshes, and wooded areas, plus a 40-room house that's available for tours when you're ready to take a break from biking. Located near Hartville homes for sale, it's a popular destination for mountain bikers since it has a 3.3-mile mountain bike loop trail that's suitable for beginning or intermediate riders. It's a nicely wooded trail with very little slope or rocks and is marked with arrows to show you which direction to go.

  • Stark Electric Railway Trail - Mahoning Road NE, Canton, OH 44705
    If you'd like a ride on an urban trail, head to the Stark Electric Railway Trail, which follows the route of the former rail line of the same name. The line ran from 1902 to 1939, linking Canton and Salem via Louisville, Alliance, and Sebring before closing due to the growing popularity of buses, which were cheaper to operate. The trail, which is located near Canton homes for sale, is a little over one mile in length and is lined with ginkgo, honey locust, and other varieties of trees.

  • Congressman Ralph Regula Towpath Trail Park - 7975 Erie Ave. NW, Canal Fulton 44614
    With 14 trailheads, the Congressman Ralph Regula Towpath Trail Park, located just around the corner from Canal Fulton homes for sale, has plenty of spots where you can start a family bike ride. The entire trail is 26 miles long and is on flat terrain, with trees providing plenty of shade. The trail follows the historic route of the Ohio & Erie Canal, and you'll be able to still see the canal bed visible in many areas. If you bike in the Canal Fulton area, you'll find that the canal has been preserved, and you can ride a replica canal boat during the spring and summer.

  • Pioneer Trail - 2600 Harvard Ave. NW, Canton, OH 44709 
    Pioneer Trail
    is a short 1.34-mile route that connects Market Avenue to Cleveland Avenue near Canton homes for sale. It has several inclines and declines, as well as a surface of crushed limestone. Part of the trail takes you through Harvard Park and its grassy fields and then Weis Park, which has volleyball and shuffleboard courts if you'd like to take time out to play.

  • Hoover Trail - Hoover Community Recreational Complex, 1325 E. Maple St., North Canton, OH 44720
    A suburban trail that's almost 5.5 miles long and situated near North Canton homes for sale, Hoover Trail connects Washington Square, Walsh University's Hoover Park, North Canton's baseball fields, Hoover High School, and the Hoover District. It's part of the planned Ohio to Erie Trail, a route intended to span from Cleveland to Cincinnati. You may be able to spot wildlife such as hawks and other types of birds, foxes, groundhogs, and more. You'll also see wildflower and berry bushes along the way. One of the trail's interesting features is a bridge for biking and walking that spans over the Old 3C Highway.

Contact us if you'd like to see homes for sale in Stark County. Many are close to beautiful parks and trails, and we'd love to help you find the best one for you. 

September
7

Take a Kayaking Adventure Around Stark and Summit Counties

Kayaking Around Stark and Summit Counties - DeHOFF REALTORS®

Since Stark and Summit counties in Northeast Ohio have many beautiful rivers, lakes, and other waterways, kayaking is a popular pastime in the area. Whether you prefer calm or swifter waters, you'll have your choice of many locations where you can get your kayak in the water or rent one to use. Our real estate agents suggest visiting the following locations to get started on your kayaking adventure.

Stark County

  • Trailhead Canoe Livery - 135 Lake Ave. NW, Massillon, OH 44647  
    For a relatively tame adventure, explore a calm, scenic stretch of the Tuscarawas River via kayak (or canoe) at Trailhead Canoe Livery near Massillon homes for sale. Choose from a shorter 3-mile trip that's a good choice if you have young kids, or pick a 6-mile journey for an adventure that lasts over 2 hours. Some pedal/paddle trips are also offered if you'd prefer to rent a bike to reach the launch area, where you'll then embark on your kayaking trip.

  • Canal Fulton Canoe Livery & Campground - 219 Cherry St. W. #1066, Canal Fulton, OH 44614  
    Located between the Muskingum Trail and The Ohio Erie Canalway Towpath, Canal Fulton Livery & Campground offers a variety of outdoor experiences, including kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and camping. Take a trip down the Tuscarawas River near Canal Fulton homes for sale, and you're likely to see some of the abundant wildlife that makes its home along the river's shores. You might spot deer, blue herons, owls, bald eagles, turtles, or other wildlife inhabitants.

  • Sippo Lake Park - 5300 Tyner St. NW, Canton, OH 44708   
    Rent single and double kayaks at the marina at the Sippo Lake Park marina, which is located near Canton homes for sale on the lake's eastern shore. It's easy to spend an entire day at the park, which also has hiking trails that line the shoreline and take you through wetlands and forests. And if you'd like to fish, the marina makes it convenient by selling live bait and tackle from May through October.

Summit County

  • Burning River Adventures - 2025 Munroe Falls Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
    Burning River Adventures, which is conveniently located close to Cuyahoga Falls homes for sale, offers self-guided and guided kayaking trips on the Cuyahoga River. A 1-hour trip that covers 2 miles is perfect for young or first-time kayakers, while a mid-level trip offers more adventure as it takes about 2 hours and covers 4.5 miles. It has two swift-moving water areas, but they're easy to navigate. A longer 6.5-mile, 3-hour trip takes you through the same swift water areas.

  • Killinit Kayaks - 3803 ½ State St., Akron, OH 44319  
    Located near Akron homes for sale, Killinit Kayaks rents kayaks, paddles, and life vests for a reasonable rate per hour. They're available for any of Akron's string of eight Portage Lakes, and they'll lead you to any of the lakes for drop-off and return of the kayaks. And if you happen to live on one of the lakes, Killinit kayaks will deliver.

  • Cuyahoga Valley Adventures - 1570 Akron Peninsula Rd., Akron, OH 44313 
    You can rent a kayak, life jacket, and paddle at Cuyahoga Valley Adventures before heading out to a section of the Cuyahoga River or one of the area's many lakes, ponds, or other waterways. Tours are also offered on local lakes, so you can choose from one that has no rapids or one that has Class II rapids. 

Contact us to learn more about the abundant natural beauty and recreational opportunities in Stark and Summit counties and to see North Canton homes for sale as well as other homes for sale in the area.

July
5

Where to Scoop Up Your Favorite Ice Cream Around North Canton

Ice Cream Shops - North Canton, OH - DeHOFF REALTORS®

July is Ice Cream Month! This seems rather fitting, being that July is one of the hottest months of the year. Eating an ice cream cone or sipping on a delicious shake is a wonderful way to beat the heat. Here are some of the top places our real estate agents recommend stopping for ice cream in the North Canton area.

  • Handel's Homemade Ice Cream: 219 E. Maple St., North Canton, OH 44720 and 7212 Fulton Dr. NW, Canton, OH 44718
    Handel's Homemade Ice Cream
    originated in Youngstown Ohio in 1945, and they have since opened other locations, including this location near North Canton homes for sale. They always use the best ingredients and aim to make their customers smile. 

    Handel's has more than 50 flavors. They're also known for their Handel Pops, which are scoops of their ice cream, on a stick, dipped into gourmet chocolate. Handel's Hurricanes, which are vanilla ice cream blended with various chopped candies, are also popular.

  • Taggart's Ice Cream Parlor: 1401 Fulton Rd. NW, Canton, OH 44703
    Taggart's Ice Cream Parlor
    is an old-fashioned ice cream parlor located near many Canton homes for sale. They still have high-backed chairs and an antique soda machine, which makes you feel like you're stepping back in time when you visit.

    Taggart's ice cream is made in-house using fresh cream and other high-quality ingredients. In addition to all the classic flavors, they offer some unique options like Butterfinger and White House. If you're really in the mood for something special, try one of their sundaes or a banana split. You can always grab another pint, quart, or half-gallon of ice cream to take home.

  • Pav's Creamery: 708 S. Main St., Canton, OH 44720
    Pav's Creamery is a retro ice cream parlor in the building that once housed the historic Isley's Ice cream. Pav's takes pride in their unique flavor options, which are always changing. You can see the latest featured flavors on the website. Favorite year-round flavors include Blueberry Cheesecake and Death by Peanut Butter.

    Pav's has both indoor and outdoor seating areas. In addition to ice cream, they also serve adult milkshakes—like the Double Irish Trouble, a blend of chocolate ice cream, Guinness, Irish Cream, and chocolate sauce.

  • Cherry Street Creamery: 136 Cherry St. W, Canal Fulton, OH 44614
    If you're looking at Canal Fulton homes for sale, stop by Cherry Street Creamery for a cone or shake. This is a small ice cream shop where you order at the window and enjoy your ice cream outside at a picnic table.

    Cherry Street Creamery is known for their milkshakes, and they often have buy-one, get-one deals. They also serve burgers, fries, and other sandwiches if you're in the mood for a quick lunch or dinner.

  • New Baltimore Homemade Ice Cream: 14738 Ravenna Ave., NE, Hartville, OH 44601
    This family-run ice cream shop is near many Hartville homes for sale. In addition to all the classic flavors, they also offer ice cream sandwiches and a great selection of sundaes. The Nuthouse Sundae, made with caramel and salted mixed nuts, is a fan favorite.

    New Baltimore Homemade Ice Cream has no-sugar-added options, and they even make some frozen yogurt. Flavors are always changing, and dedicated fans know to watch the menu for their favorites to pop up.

You have 31 days to celebrate Ice Cream Month at one of these ice cream shops, and of course, you can visit more than once! If you're thinking of moving to the North Canton area, you'll need a real estate agent to guide your home search. Contact us; we're here to help.

April
5

Stark County: 5 Historical Destinations to Journey to the Past

Historic Sites Around Stark County - DeHOFF REALTORS®

Stark County's present has been shaped by its past. How much do you know about the people and events that have influenced the area? Our real estate agents love exploring Stark County's rich history at these fascinating locations around North Canton.

  1. William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum - 800 McKinley Monument Dr. NW, Canton, OH 44708
    Ohio is second only to Virginia in the number of presidents that have come from the state. William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum has been called a "hidden gem" just minutes from Canton homes for sale. In addition to the memorial to our 25th president, which includes the final resting spot of McKinley and his family, the museum features a comprehensive exhibit displaying 200 years of Stark County history. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for kids ages 3-18. The museum is open from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday (closed from noon - 1 p.m. for cleaning).

  2. Canton Museum of Art - 1001 Market Ave. N., Canton, OH 44702
    The Canton Museum of Art owes its existence to another local cultural institution. In 1935, the Little Civic Art Gallery opened in a small room on the second floor of the Canton Public Library. Annual programming includes 12 to 14 exhibits, from nationally touring shows to curated collections from regional artists. Tickets are $8 for visitors over the age of 12, with free admission every Thursday and the first Friday of each month. Visits are currently by reservation only. CMA is open 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday.

  3. First Ladies National Historic Site - 205 Market Ave. S., Canton, OH 44702
    U.S. Presidents are the stuff of grade school history classes, but the First Ladies have a compelling story all their own. The Education and Research Center at the First Ladies National Historic Site depicts how these vibrant, intelligent women overcame the restraints of tradition to establish a position of influence. Admission is free for all visitors. Hours are 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

  4. Hoover Historical Center - 1875 E. Maple St., North Canton, OH 44720
    How many carpets in North Canton homes for sale have been made spotless by Hoover vacuum cleaners? The Hoover Historical Center preserves the legacy of the man who became, literally and figuratively, a household name. As you walk through William H. Hoover's childhood home, enjoy interactive exhibits playing iconic advertising jingles and try out different models of vacuum cleaners from over the years. The exterior of the home is equally interesting, with award-winning gardens tended by volunteers from The Herb Society. Admission to the center is free, but donations are welcome and reservations are required. Tours are conducted on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday afternoons.

  5. Massillon Museum - 121 Lincoln Way E., Massillon, OH 44646
    While most museums are dedicated to either art or history, Massillon Museum prides itself on bringing both together. Before moving to its current location in 1938, the museum was in the home once owned by James Duncan, founder of Massillon. Today the museum holds more than 100,000 artifacts, including photographs, textiles, and artwork, as well as a permanent exhibit devoted to Paul Brown, the legendary NFL Hall of Fame coach and executive who grew up around Massillon homes for sale. Museum admission is free, with donations accepted. Hours are 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday.

Be a part of Stark County's future with a home of your own. Contact us at DeHoff Realtors to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable real estate agents. 

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