Difference between revisions of "Stark County (Ohio)"
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Stark County  is in Northeast Ohio. It is known as "America's Playing Field." The county is made up of a mixture of rural and urban/commercial areas. The hub is the Canton region that hosts the Pro Football Hall of Fame. As of the 2000 Census, Stark County has a population of 378,098 and a 2006 estimated population of 380,575 and covers a land area of 576.14 square miles.
Interstate 77 goes north and south through the center of Stark County. State Route 30 goes east and west through the county.
While some people that travel to the area are going to check out the Pro Football HOF in Canton, there are other unique activities in Stark County.
For the most part, Stark County is fairly safe. While there may be some less desirable areas in Canton and Alliance, they are easy to avoid.