North Olmsted Information

Located in Cuyahoga County, North Olmsted, Ohio is a small town of just 11.6 square miles. Although the town is small, it is rich with history and has several interesting things to attract passing tourists.

Perhaps the most interesting tourist attraction in North Olmsted is the Frostville Museum, a historical museum that is situated on the corners of Cedar Point and Lewis Roads. The historical site features eight buildings offering up various events throughout the year, including pancake breakfasts, haunted trails and picnic lunches. The volunteers that help run Frostville Museum will even dress in period clothing during many of the events, giving them an authentic 1800s feel. Tours are available for large groups if you call ahead.

Once you have enjoyed the historical side of North Olmsted, there are still more attractions to garner your attention. The North Olmdsted Recreation Center is the local place to work off some excess energy and keep your body moving. The recreation center offers an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a gymnastics center. If you don't feel like swimming and gymnastics isn't your thing, the ice rinks and tennis courts offer an alternative. Public skating and swimming sessions are available during certain days and times. Non-residents of North Olmsted will be asked to pay a small entrance fee in order to use the facilities.

Just up the road is Springvale Golf Course. Opened in 1925, the publicly-owned course offers 18 holes spread over roughly 6,300 yards of space. Springvale Golf Course features one of the most challenging holes in Northeast Ohio, so watch out for number 11! The property also offers a practice range, gorgeous views, outing packages and golf specials throughout the week and weekend.

Sitting among the beautiful scenery of the Springvale Golf Course is the Springvale Clubhouse. Patrons can enjoy sandwiches and snacks along with a full bar stocked with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Travelers can take advantage of several hotels located in the area, including Homestead Cleveland and Courtyard by Marriott. Both hotels are located on Country Club Boulevard.

Although many vacationers automatically think of large cities or resorts for a getaway, there is something to be said about small towns. North Olmstead will offers a comfortable atmosphere with less traffic and noise than larger cities and resorts. The environment alone makes for a relaxing long weekend.