Norwalk is a city in Northeast Ohio. It is the county seat of Huron County. Norwalk is one of Ohio's most scenic cities, with historic homes and buildings lining the streets. Its close proximity to Lake Erie has made this a favorite location for individuals and industry.
Get in edit
By plane edit
- Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE IATA)
- Akron/Canton Regional Airport (CAK IATA)
- Toledo Express Airport (TOL IATA)
By car edit
- SR 4 N/S
- SR 13 N/SE
- SR 20 E/W
- SR 224 E/W
Get around edit
- 1 The Firelands Museum, 4 Case Ave, ☏ , firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours vary by season. Adults $5, seniors $4, children 13–18 $3, 12 and under free.
- 2 St. Mary Mother of the Redeemer Church, 38 W League St, ☏ . Historic church
- A total solar eclipse on Monday 8 April 2024 starts at 3:12PM local time and lasts 4 min. The chances of a clear sky are 35%. The track of totality is northeast from Mexico and Texas to Ohio, then along the Canada–New England border.
- 1 Summit Motorsports Park (AKA Norwalk Raceway), 1300 State Route 18, ☏ , email@example.com. Well established drag strip. Many National Races.
- 2 Veteran's Memorial Lake Park, 205 S Old State Rd. A park with a lake big enough for boating and fishing. The park offers trails and a disk golf course. There are shelter houses and grills for picnics.
- 3 Huron County Fair, 940 Fair Rd, ☏ . Mid August. $8.
- 1 Bluto's Sports Bar.
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- Cedar Point
- Cleveland approx 40 miles.
- Sandusky approx. 20 miles
- Milan Birthplace of Thomas Alva Edison. approx. 2 miles
|Routes through Norwalk|
|Toledo ← Bellevue ←||W E||→ Oberlin → Cleveland|
|Sandusky ← Milan ←||W E||→ Ashland → Dover|