QUALITY OF LIFE
Quality of life is a highly subjective measure of happiness that is an important component of many financial decisions. In a sense quality of life is everything that makes a place worth calling home!
Affordable and Low cost of Living
The median property value in Huron County, OH was $118,800 in 2017, which is 0.546 times smaller than the national average of $217,600.
Close to Lake Erie and Cedar Point, Huron County is an ideal place to call home.
Located in North Central Ohio you are able to head over to Cleveland to catch an Indians, Cavs, or Browns game or head to Toledo to see the Mud Hens. .
parks Parks Parks
Huron County is filled with things to do. From walking trails, playgrounds, fishing, kayaking, swimming, disc golf, drive-in moving, raceway, and even a park for dogs. There is truly something for everyone and any age!
An all-volunteer, non-profit group dedicated to the design, construction, maintenance and operation of the North Coast Inland Trail in Huron County.
There is 15.6 miles going through Huron County connecting the 71.8 miles of the Northcoast Inland Trail.
Granted in March of 2007 became the New London-Greenwich Rail Trail.
The New London-Greenwich Rail Trail offers a variety of habitats, from wooded stands to beautiful wetlands. Acquisition of this property will help preserve this scenic ecosystem while connecting the two communities of Greenwich and New London