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Overview of Northwood

It may only span a mile, but Northwood, Ohio, packs a punch with its constantly growing economy and high quality of life. Located in the center of Wood County, Northwood is a great place to live, work, and play. This suburban community is only mere miles away from the Ohio Turnpike and Interstate 75, which allows residents to have easy access to industrial markets, retail centers, and business parks.

Northwood boasts older, established neighborhoods filled with quaint 1920s bungalows, as well as modern developments in the heart of town. Tree-lined streets create a perfect setting for people to raise their families, while the community is also close to abundant entertainment and recreation options. People looking for Northwood apartments for rent will not be disappointed in the diverse opportunities of this city. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, about 5,300 people call Northwood home. 

Living in Northwood, OH

Wood County was first organized as a county in 1820 when legislation plotted 14 counties purchased from various Native American tribes in the Lower Maumee Treaty of 1817. At first, the county lines extended all the way to Michigan, but in 1835 Lucas County was carved out of the area and the northernmost boundary became the Maumee River.

Residents in Northwood apartments and homes today are in a prime location for employment and education. From excellent school districts to several post-secondary education options including University of Toledo, Bowling Green State University, and the University of Michigan, residents can get a wonderful education within an hour's drive. Individuals seeking employment may find a job at one of the several industrial parks, and the city attracts many entrepreneurs.

Northwood Attractions and Special Events

Although Northwood is small, residents can find virtually any outdoor activity they'd like to do only miles away from the city. As the community is close to Lake Erie, many residents travel to vacation homes there where they can fish, hike, camp, swim, boat, and much more a short drive away.

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