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Canton (Ohio)

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Canton (Ohio)

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Canton, Ohio is a mid-sized city located in Ohio, USA. Canton is best known as the birthplace of professional American football and is the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


Get in

By plane

  • Akron-Canton Regional Airport, CAK. Located on the north end of Stark County.
  • Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, CLE. A hub for Continental Airlines, the Cleveland Airport, combined with an approximately one-hour drive is a convenient means to visit Canton.

By car

Canton can be accessed primarily by I-77 which provides connection to Akron and Cleveland to the north, runs through New Philadelphia and Marrietta, Ohio to the south, ultimately running its course through West Virginia and the Carolinas.

Get around

Stark County Regional Transit Authority



  • Pro Football Hall of Fame.









Stay safe


Get out

  • Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Located primarily north of Canton, this park follows the course of the Cuyahoga River and the historic Ohio & Erie Canal between Cleveland, Akron and Canton. A number of older buildings are preserved here. The Cuyahoga Scenic Railroad, with train cars from the 1940's and 1950's also runs through the park from Cleveland to Akron.
  • Hall of Fame Cycle. Tourists can plan visits to the Rock Hall, Inventure Place (the National Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron) and the Pro Football Hall of Fame (in Canton).

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