Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum 363 Depot Street, 440-599-7878
Conneaut Historical Society 51 Mill Street
Creek Road Covered Bridge The construction date of the Creek Road bridge is unknown. It was renovated in 1994. Made with the Town Lattice design, it sits 25 feet above Conneaut Creek. Its height clearance is 9-feet, 3-inches. It is located north of I-90 and south of SR 20 on Creek Road between Amboy Road and Keefus Road.
Lakeview Park Baseball diamonds, location of annual Fourth of July festival, host of Rotary Club's annual giant Christmas card display, 340 Erie Street.
Malek Park Walking track, nature preserve area, playground, North Parish.
Middle Road Covered Bridge The Middle Road bridge was constructed in 1868. It was reconstructed in 1984. At 136 feet long it has a height clearance of 11 feet. It is located a little over a mile south of I-90 and about a mile east of SR 7 on Middle Road between South Ridge Road in Conneaut and Hatches Corners Road in Monroe Township.
Ramblin' Rose Alpacas 6313 Root Road
State Road Covered Bridge The State Road bridge was built in 1983. It was the first new bridge constructed in the county and was designed by then County Engineer John Smolen. It is built with the Town Lattice design and has a clearance height of 16-feet, 2-inches. It is located in Monroe Township less than a mile south of Conneaut City limits and about 2-3 miles west of SR 7 on State Road just north of Hatches Corners Road.
Township Park Beautiful sand beach with lifeguards & board walk, concession stand, covered picnic pavilions, playground, basketball, tennis courts, volleyball and soccer fields, a marina, scenic overlook, gazebo, beach picnic area, public restrooms, the parks hosts the Conneaut Lighthouse Cruise-in (classic and antique cars) every Thursday night from mid-May through September, wetland and mudflat area has a bird observation platform, bluff area is also the location of the annual D-day reenactment, park is location for City of Conneaut annual fourth of July fireworks, 480 Lake Road, 800-337-6746.
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