city in Summit County, Ohio, United States

Cuyahoga Falls is the second largest city in Summit County. Founded in 1812, the city was named after the waterfalls on the Cuyahoga River that pass through the city. The city was originally named Manchester, but changed its name by the request of the postmaster at the time. In 1985, the city merged with Northhampton Township, making it the first voter approved merger in the state's history.

Get inEdit

Map of Cuyahoga Falls

Get aroundEdit

By BusEdit

  • Akron Metro RTA - Makes several, but limited stops throughout Cuyahoga Falls. Connects with Clevland RTA and Stark County RTA.

By TaxiEdit


  • 1 Cathedral of Tomorrow. Has a 32 ton cross inside, one of the largest indoor crosses in the world. Also features an unfinished tower.    
  • 2 Doodlebug Memorial. Small monument to the worst rail disaster to occur in the city, in July 31st 1940. Free.    



  • Chapel Hill Mall, at Howe and Brittain Roads
  • Riverfront Center
  • Armada Emporium, 2210 Front st, +1 330 922-0448. A great place to find the strange and out of the ordinary. Clothes, Messenger bags, and awesomeness.


  • Moe's, 2385 Front Street, +1 330 928-6600. Moderate.
  • Russo's, 4895 State Road, +1 330 923-2665. Moderate-expensive.
  • Riverfront Restaurant, 1989 Front Street, +1 330 929-3000. Fairly expensive.
  • LeFever's River Grille, 2291 Riverfront Parkway, +1 330 923-4233. Fairly expensive.
  • Cashmere Cricket, 2097 Front St, +1 330 928-2245. Moderate.
  • Raj Mahal Indian Cuisine, 2033 State Rd, +1 330 926-0795. Moderate-Expensive.





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Routes through Cuyahoga Falls
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