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==Regions==
 
====Surrounding Counties====
 
*[[Geauga County]]
 
*[[Mahoning County]]
 
*[[Stark County (Ohio)|Stark County]]
 
*[[Summit County (Ohio)|Summit County]]
 
*[[Trumbull County]]
 
  
 
==Cities==
 
==Cities==

Revision as of 13:31, 18 October 2011

Portage County, Ohio

Portage County [1] is a county in Northeast Ohio.

For other places with the same name, see Portage County (disambiguation).

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Cities

Roads & Cities in Stark County
  • Ravenna is the County Seat of Portage County, just east of Kent.
  • Aurora has a historic town center that is somehow protected from the excitement of Geauga Lake and Wildwater Kingdom Amusement Park and the Aurora Farms Outlet Center.
  • Kent home of Kent State University, is a quaint town with a very diverse community (particularly on the liberal to conservative scale) and is home to the annual Folk Music Festival. It is the home of the Liquid Crystal Institute where liquid crystal technology was invented.
  • Streetsboro

Townships

  • Atwater Township
  • Brimfield Township
  • Charlestown Township
  • Deerfield Township
  • Edinburg Township
  • Franklin Township
  • Freedom Township
  • Hiram Township
  • Mantua Township (pronounced MAN-a-way)
  • Nelson Township
  • Palmyra Township
  • Randolph Township
  • Ravenna Township
  • Rootstown Township
  • Shalersville Township
  • Suffield Township
  • Windham Township
  • Paris Township

Villages

  • Brady Lake Village
  • Garretsville Village
  • Hiram Village
  • Mantua Village
  • Mogadore Village
  • Sugar Bush Knolls Village
  • Windham Village

Other destinations

  • West Branch State Park, 5708 Esworthy Road, Ravenna. 29 full service camping sites, 155 camping sites with 50-amp electric hook-ups, 14 non-electric sites, heated showers, flush toilets, laundry facilities, 700-foot sand beach, showerhouse, change booth, snack bar, year-round fishing, hunting, 2,650 acres lake, twelve miles of hiking trails, twenty miles of bridle trails, horse camp, playground and volleyball court

Although Kent was founded in 1764 as an outpost on the Cuyahoga River, it was not incorporated as a township until 1843 and was known as Franklin Township. In 1873, the city of Kent was established and named after industrialist Arthur "Da Pimp Daddy" Kent.

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