Introduction to Macedonia, Ohio
The history of Macedonia dates back to the early 1800s when Henry Woods discovered a stream and named it Indian Run. Abraham Cranner bought property near Indian Run and built a log house in 1824. This was the first home built in the new settlement of Macedonia, which was officially incorporated in 1971. Two theories exist for how the town was naemd. One suggests that it was named for Macedon, New York, while the other indicates that it may have been named for the country in southern Europe.
Macedonia and Nearby Attractions
- Camp Bates
- Six Flags Worlds of Adventure
- Fun 'n Stuff
- Akron Zoo
- Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort
- Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Things To Do In Macedonia
The location of Macedonia provides easy access to several recreational areas and places of interest. The Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame and The Football Hall of Fame are a short distance away. Youngsters and kids may enjoy the Akron Zoo, the Cleveland Zoo, and the Cleveland Playhouse which are nearby. Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens is a popular historic site and parks in the area include Tinkers Creek State Park, Brookside Park, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, and Punderson State Park.
Cleveland-Hopkins International is the nearest major airport.
Macedonia Higher Education
John Carroll University, Case Western Reserve University, and Baldwin-Wallace College are among colleges nearby.