Situated in the middle of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Peninsula is a quaint village established in the early 19th century, with a current population of fewer than 700.
With its beautiful setting, Peninsula looks like a scene out of a calendar, with its tree lined streets, old-fashioned shops, and historic buildings and homes.
The village offers its visitors and residents charming entertainment and restaurants, which further lends to Peninsula’s unique feel. Grab a sandwich at the Winking Lizard, pick up a rocking chair from a handmade furniture shop, or climb the rock wall at Kendall Cliffs.
Hop on a bike and grab a refreshment at one of the many Farmers Markets located alongside the Towpath Trail, then catch the train on the way back, a service provided by the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
Bordered by Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort and Cleveland to the North, and Akron to the South, Peninsula is centrally located and surrounded by wonderful schools, hospitals, enough recreation to last a lifetime.