Canfield is a suburban city located in Mahoning County, Ohio, United States, at the intersection of U.S. Route 224 and State Route 46/U.S. Route 62, about ten miles southwest of Youngstown. The population was 7,515 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area. In 2005 Canfield was rated the 82nd best place to live in the United States by Money magazine.
Restaurants in Canfield
5 based on 235 reviews
Ohio's First Park District, established in 1891 by Volney Rogers. From the casual visitor to the local explorer, Mill Creek MetroParks offers a natural escape and recreational activities for the enjoyment of all ages. Come see for yourself. Our mission is to provide park, recreational, and open space facilities of regional significance. In fulfilling this mission our objectives are: To be responsive to community needs, to be environmentally sound, to be adaptable, and to be economically feasible.
One of the best parks in the country. A little bit for everyone. Have free concerts in the summer that are really great. Can drive through or there are a lot of good hiking trails to see. See the famous sliver bridge.
5 based on 206 reviews
Fellows Riverside Gardens is a free public garden located at the northern end of Mill Creek Park. This twelve-acre display garden features a landscape of remarkable beauty with diverse and colorful plant displays, roses of all classes, seasonal displays of annuals, perennials, flowering bulbs, and scenic vistas. The magnificent D.D. and Velma Davis Education & Visitor Center makes the Gardens a destination for all seasons. Fellows Riverside Gardens is one of Ohio’s finest public gardens and attracts over 400,000 visitors a year.
This is one of the best outdoor gardens in the area. I often drive up from Pittsburgh just to walk the grounds. The rose garden is spectacular overlooking the lake, but the variety of other flowers and plants is remarkable. Everything is well marked and you can usually find a volunteer around that will be more than willing to answer your questions or take a picture for you.
4.5 based on 201 reviews
I would come here for the donuts alone! Get the blueberry they are the best. We went for their fall fest. They had a small petting zoo for the children and a playground. There were pony rides for a fee. They had a hay maze, duck races, checkers, a trike track, dry erase boards, and hula hoop lassoing. The best part was adults were free and 2 and under were free. We had 4 adults and 3 children and only had to pay for 1 child. It was nice since the adults really don’t get to do anything. There is a lake where children can feed the fish. There were fair vendors set up for the fall fest too.
5 based on 8 reviews
The Comedy Cellar at Mojo's located in the lower level of Mojo's Pub -n- Grill offers up the best national touring comics every Friday and Saturday.
Great entertainers, good food, and drinks. Servers were attentive and food arrived in a timely manner. The atmosphere is small enough that you feel close enough to the entertainer but not too close to the other customers. Would definitely go back!!!!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
VE is home to over 1000 wine & 1300 craft beer labels. Also featuring 34 taps; a Wine, Bourbon, Scotch & Mead bar & of course our world famous flatbreads!
I researched the area online - which I was quickly passing through on my way out to the mid west for a wedding - and found this place as a great beer shop off the highway. Great was a gross understatement, Vintage was wildly amazing....MoreThanks Joe, we hope to see you again soon!
5 based on 162 reviews
Collection: Checkout collection highlights before a trip to fully appreciate the range of the fine American art. Also special exhibits of high interest. A bit surprised to see trend to solicit donations for art restoration. I am so happy that I visited the gallery, but it seems that times may be trying in Youngstown.
Building: Housed in a stately building with a glass walkway to the former First Christian Church. If lit, the restored Butler Northern Great Hall would have been beautiful.The main building atrium is a grand setting for art.
Location: Downtown Youngstown with free parking. Visited on December 23 in early afternoon and not many around. Easy short trip from Ohio Turnpike.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Two 18-hole championship courses designed by Donald Ross that opened to the public in 1928. Both courses are par 70 with four sets of tees, stretching from 5095 yards to 6511 yards. The South Course plays over a flat terrain with tree-lined fairways. Natural areas and streams come into play on five holes. The South Course has been selected by Golfweek as one of America’s 30 Best Municipal Courses. The North Course weaves through tall trees and includes a variety of natural hazards.
There are over one hundred bunkers to avoid at Mill Creek Golf Course. Golf Course Architect Donald Ross once said, “There is no such thing as a misplaced bunker. Regardless of where a bunker may be, it is the business of the player to avoid it.”
Nestled in the beauty and splendor of a park setting, Mill Creek Golf Course continues to challenge the skills of golfers at all levels.
The PGA Professionals and MCGC staff is dedicated to give golfers a memorable experience and offer everything from golf instruction packages and players club reward programs to golf leagues and charity outings.
The Fieldhouse, built in 1929, houses a pro shop and a grille room with a wide variety of food and beverages, including beer and wine. In the winter, Mill Creek Golf Course is used for cross country skiing.
Make your tee times today for a golf adventure in the heart of Boardman, Ohio.
4 based on 15 reviews
This is the 3rd time we have been to this place & everytime it just gets worst. Ive thought maybe she or they are new & werent trained properly. Then I thought maybe she/they are just having a bad day. But after the 3rd time I learned 'she' was the manager & 'they' truly are very ignorant & insensitive people. I hosted my 5yo bday party on our 2nd visit. They cut our time short by 1hr (summer hours ended a few days prior to our party & wasnt told of a change during booking or before arriving the day of) Bday kid did not get to do ticket blaster. Activities were rushed. Some kids were not allowed to play bumper cars, laser tag equipment & arcade games barely worked. Pizza was served & sang hbd but guests didnt get to enjoy cake w/o rushing because she started throwing our food away. We brought our own icecream which they didnt serve or give back to us. The whole time it was an extreme headache. She had a nasty attitude & is just disrespectful. She ended up giving me extra attraction coupons because not all of our guest got to experience everything & OUR GUESTS kindly REFUSED DUE TO HER ATTITUDE!! So today they had take a selfie with minion day. Minion came out & we were told no because we had the wrong color wristbands & it would cost $2pp. WHATTT!? NOW WHERE WAS THAT MEMO POSTED??? Nothing of the sort was even mentioned @ the front desk or online about a fee to take a selfie! Oh & we could not pay the $2pp because minion was only gonna be out for 5minutes . Now I wouldnt be soooo pissed had I not gave my children the option to g2 skatezone & see minion today & then get there & be denied the only reason we went to the smelly place next to using our attraction passes for the heck of it. You couldnt pay me enough to visit here again.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
What a picturesque building. It reminds me of McConnell Mill in Butler, Pa. Only bigger. There is a nice little gift shop to the left as you enter. You pay a small admission price and a local person gives you some history of the mill. There seems to be four levels to it. Very sturdily built. When you leave the mill, there is a covered bridge very close by which is very well maintained. Nice place!
3 based on 13 reviews
A group of friends and I went for the one of the escape rooms at this winery. The sangria that we had as part of escape room experience was okay, nothing special. The whole place was uncomfortably hot. It was a hot muggy day and they have no central air, only some window units that were doing nothing. The escape that we did was difficult. We didn't think that the objective was clear. We actually had all the numbers we needed to escape, but didn't know it. By sheer luck one member of our group put the numbers in and opened the door. It would best be described as a hot mess (literally). For the price, I would not recommend it.
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