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Overview of Bowling Green

With the youthful exuberance of a college town, Bowling Green is a great place to live. Located in the northwestern corner of Ohio, the city features one of the most exciting communities in the Midwest. With topnotch restaurants, an exciting nightlife scene and many opportunities at Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green has something to offer to people of all ages. Look for Bowling Green apartments for rent, and join more than 30,000 residents who enjoy a high quality of life in the Great Lakes region.

Living in Bowling Green, OH

Bowling Green was settled in the early 19th century after Elisha Martindale traveled along an old Native American trail into Northwest Ohio. Named after the same city in Kentucky, the local economy was driven by farming, fur trading and lumbering until the discovery of oil in nearby North Baltimore, Ohio, brought a large number of new residents in 1886. Bowling Green officially became a city in 1901, and the new status also allowed the area to gain prominence as an educational center of Ohio.

Bowling Green State University was founded in 1910, and today, the city maintains a college town appeal. Apartments in Bowling Green are perfect for students and families alike who want to take advantage of the high quality services offered by the university.

Bowling Green Attractions and Special Events

Most of the attractions in Bowling Green are centered on BGSU's many museums and student performances. Residents here enjoy skating at the BGSU Ice Arena, stargazing at the BGSU Planetarium, experiencing history at The Little Red Schoolhouse and wandering around the National Construction Equipment Museum, among others. Bowling Green hosts an annual Black Swamp Arts Festival, promoting the arts in the local community. The Wood County Heritage Days festival is also here, inviting visitors to partake in historical reenactments, lost arts demonstrations and sessions with guest speakers.

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