Introduction to Hubbard, Ohio
Hubbard, Ohio, in Trumbull county, is 5 miles NE of Youngstown, Ohio (center to center) and 57 miles NW of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The city, which is located in the Youngstown - Warren metropolitan area, has a population of 8,284.
A plot of land purchased by a merchant, Nehemiah Hubbard, Jr. in 1795, was named Hubbard Township. Nehemiah Hubbard sold his land to Samuel Tylee, a surveyor in Connecticut. Tylee and several others surveryed and measured plots to sell to early settlers. Population increased with the emigration of people from Europe. By 1868, Hubbard became an incorporated municipality.
Hubbard and Nearby Attractions
- National McKinley Birthplace Memorial
- Mosquito Lake State Park
- World War II Vehicle Museum
- McConnells Mill State Park
- Holden Arboretum
- Glamorgan Castle
Things To Do In Hubbard
Museums near Hubbard include the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry & Labor, the Lawrence County Historical Society, the Magoffin House Museum, and the Arms Family Museum of Local History. Other popular attractions are the National Aviary, the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, Six Flags Worlds of Adventure, and the Holden Arboretum. Rachel Carson Homestead, Fort Laurens, and Mabel Hartzell Home are well known historic sites near the city. McConnells Mill State Park, Guilford Lake State Park, and Pymatuning State Park have provisions for recreational activities.
Pittsburgh International Airport is nearby.
Hubbard Higher Education
Youngstown State University, Grove City College, Geneva College, and Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania are colleges near city.