Introduction to Campbell, Ohio
Campbell, Ohio is 3 miles SE of Youngstown, Ohio (center to center) and 54 miles NW of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is in Mahoning county. The city, which is part of the Youngstown - Warren metro area, has a population of 9,460.
Originally designated as the village of East Youngstown, the city of Campbell is on the Mahoning River. It was renamed in honor of a local industrialist, James A. Campbell in 1922. The city has varied religious structures and is often referred to as the "City of Churches". It was officially incorporated in 1970.
Campbell and Nearby Attractions
- Mosquito Lake State Park
- Arms Family Museum of Local History
- National Aviary
- Six Flags Worlds of Adventure
- Akron Zoo
- Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts
Things To Do In Campbell
Some of the popular attractions near Campbell are Holden Arboretum, Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, and the National Aviary. Day trips may also be planned to Akron Zoo. Camping, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and picnicking can be enjoyed at the Mosquito Lake State Park, Guilford Lake State Park, and Lake Milton State Park. Museums include Magoffin House Museum, Haines House Underground Railroad Center, Arms Family Museum of Local History, and the National Packard Museum.
Flights are available from the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Campbell Higher Education
Nearby colleges include Youngstown State University, Geneva College, and Grove City College.