Introduction to Upper Sandusky, Ohio
Upper Sandusky, Ohio in Wyandot county, is 59 miles S ofToledo, Ohio. About 6,533 people live in Upper Sandusky.
Upper Sandusky History
Upper Sandusky was originally a village inhabited by the Wyandot Indians. During the early 1800s, African Americans arrived and also made the area their home. However, by the 1840s very few Indians remained. Upper Sandusky was declared the county seat of Wyandot County in 1848. The primary occupation during the 1850s was farming. Due to the advantages of being situated among different transportation routes, Upper Sandusky steadily prospered as a community in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Upper Sandusky and Nearby Attractions
- Tiffin Glass Museum
- Harding Home
- Mount Gilead State Park
- Kingwood Center
- Indian Mill State Memorial
Things To Do In Upper Sandusky
There are several museums near the city, like the Tiffin Glass Museum, the Wyandot Popcorn Museum, and the Organette House Mechanical Music Museum. Mount Gilead State Park has provisions for recreational activities such as hiking, camping, and boating. Opportunities to play golf are available at the Stone Crossing Golf Course. Van Buren State Park and Indian Lake State Park are other parks that arelocated some distance away from the city.
Upper Sandusky Transportation
Air transportation is available from Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport.
Upper Sandusky Higher Education
University Of Findlay, Ohio Northern University, and Bowling Green State University are situated near Upper Sandusky.