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Cuyahoga Falls Street Map

Downtown Cuyahoga Falls Walking Maps – North and South Front Street

Downtown Cuyahoga Falls Partnership – Mission
We are a community-based nonprofit organization dedicated to revitalizing historic Downtown Cuyahoga Falls.

Akron/Summit Convention & Visitors Bureau
1-800-245-4254 or  330-374-7560

Downtown Cuyahoga Falls Activities


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Restaurants/ Beer /Sweets
North/ DTCF / South Front Street


South Front Street
Hibachi Japan – 330.928.3333
Clean Eatz – 330.806-0183
HiHO Brewing Company – 234.334.7564
Hunt’s Bar & Grille – 330.929.4982
The Butcher & Sprout – COMING SOON!
Craft Beer Bar – 234.571.1409
Beau’s on the River Restaurant – 330.920.7530
Marc’s Deli – 330.929.1616

Front Street – Falls River Square
Crave Cantina – 330.940.2000
Asterisk Coffee Bar  – 330.208.0042
Grandpa Joe’s Candy Shop – 330.805.4557
Metropolis Gourmet Popcorn  330.928.6446
Flurry’s Café – 330.929.1315
The Cashmere Cricket – 330.928.8200
Leo’s Italian Social  – 330.400.4427
Ohio Brewing Co. – 234.208.6243
The Burntwood Tavern – 330.794.7085

North Front Street

Moe’s – 330.928.6600
Silver Swan Tavern – 330.928.5364
Strickland’s Custard – 330.929.8498
River City Grille – 330.920.9241
McArthur’s Brew House – 330.805.4600
Eurogyro – 330.945.4976
Darby’s on 59 – 330.922.7540
Missing Mountain Brewing Co-

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Blossom Music Center (330-920-8040) 1145 W. Steels Corners Road

Northeast Ohio’s premier outdoor amphitheater. This beautiful facility is the proud summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra, and the host of many nationally acclaimed performers and acts. Enjoy an evening in the seated pavilion or upon a blanket on the plush grassy hills surrounding the amphitheater. Blossom Music Center, a summer’s night under the stars.

Brookledge Golf Club (330-971-8416) 1621 E. Bailey Road

Our Municipal Course was designed by nationally known golf architect, Arthur Hills. The 18-hole course has been praised for its beauty, degree of challenge and excellent condition. Complimenting the golf course is the golf academy with its practice facility featuring 200 grass tees as well as putting and chipping greens.

Church Square

Exit Route 8 at Broad Blvd, proceed West (on the left is Pilgrim United Church of Christ). Turn Right on 2nd Street; pass the Post Office on the left, then Left on Portage Trail (on the right is St. John’s Episcopal Church and First United Methodist Church). Then turn Right on Third Street (First Christian Church). Visit four historical churches all within a few blocks. A unique walking experience.
2019 CF Church Directory

Clock Tower at Falls River Square

This historic landmark is located at the corner of Front Street and Broad Boulevard near the Falls Towne Centre building.

The Conrad Botzum Farm (330-253-4400) - 3486 Riverview Road

25 acres of “valley farm beauty”. Walk up the driveway anytime and enjoy the atmosphere. The owners are usually there on Saturdays working on the restoration of the 95-year-old farmhouse. Summer concert series, hayrides and cider in the fall time. You can also rent out the farm for Wedding Receptions and Special Events.

Cuyahoga Falls Historical Society Museum (234-817-0132)

Located at 2083 Cook Street, see some of the most unique historical items on display in Cuyahoga Falls. Call to confirm hours.

The Cuyahoga Valley National Park Recreational Area (1-800-445-9667)

Stay in touch with nature while enjoying 33,000 acres of scenic landscapes. Over 6000 acres are located in Cuyahoga Falls.

Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet (330-922-4534)

A pre professional dance company, under the artistic direction of Mia Klinger Welch, performing original children’s ballets. Formed as a non-profit organization in 1975 by founding artistic director Nan Klinger. Annual season performances at the Akron Civic Theatre, performances for school children in surrounding counties, and the Reach Out And Dance (ROAD) program in residence at area schools.

Downtown Festivals

Downtown Cuyahoga Falls  – DTCF – Falls River Square in downtown Cuyahoga Falls is the site of many community festivals and special events. *Events include the Italian -American Festival, Irish Festival, Oktoberfest, Flicks on the Falls, Sunday Evening Concert Series, and many others. Call the Calendar of Events Hotline at the City of Cuyahoga Falls 330-971-8373 for additional information.

Downview Sports Center (330-971-8418) 1617 Bailey Road

The sports center features a beautiful driving range overlooking the Brookledge Golf Course. Also for the kids and the young of heart, putt through castles and windmills on the 18 hole miniature golf course. For baseball enthusiasts, enjoy the many batting cages set for every skill level. New skate park.

Downtown Cuyahoga Falls - Front Street

A cool and eclectic hip area along the historical Cuyahoga River. Cool and trendy shops, antique shops, art galleries, restaurants, brew houses and a coffee shop. More than 300,000 people attend the summer festivals held here. There is a beautiful Fountain is located at the North end, and an interactive Fountain located at the South near the Clock Tower on Front Street. A MUST SEE area!

Funny Stop Comedy Club (330-923-4700) 1757 State Road

Northeast Ohio’s premier comedy showplace.

The Indian Statue

This landmark is located at the corner of North Front Street and Second Street across the street from Acme.

The historic Indian Grinding Stone located at Riverfront Park on Front Street across from Acme. Thank you to the Herbruck family, Northampton Historical Society, Mayor Don Walters and the City Parks and Recreation Department. When it was brought here there was a ‘smudging ceremony’ with sage. The stone was once used by Native Indians to grind their grain. Once located in Northampton Township on the former Herbruck Farm.

Mary Campbell Cave

(part of the Metroparks, Gorge Park) Located off Front Street, south past the Sheraton Suites. This cave is a massive cliff overhand, which once served as a home to the Native Indians. Mary Campbell was a pioneer girl captured in PA by the Delaware Indians and brought to the cave where she lived as a child of Chief Netawatwees. She was released after five years during the 1764 treaty ending the French and Indian War.

The Natatorium ``The Nat`` Health and Fitness Center (330-971-8080) 2351 Fourth Street

The Natatorium provides a complete variety of fitness equipment, programs and classes, including: two swimming pools, whirlpools, a sauna, steam room, two rubberized walking/jogging tracks, racquetball courts, Fitness Circuit, Cardio Theater, and classes in swimming, water aerobics, scuba diving, kamte, Tai Chi, and yoga. .

Porthouse Theater of Blossom Music Center (330-672-2082 / 330-929-4416) 1145 W. Steels Corners Road

three plays each summer season – June through August.

Riverfront YMCA (330-923-5223)

Located at 544 Broad Boulevard. The YMCA offers a fitness center, free weights, gymnastic center, climbing wall, dance & aerobic studio, computer lab and child care from 6 weeks to 5th grade. The YMCA offers a variety of program options for all ages including swim lessons, land and water fitness, family programs, youth sports and much more.

Quirk Cultural Center (330-971-8425) 1201 Grant Avenue

The Center is located in the beautifully restored Grant Elementary School. It is the home of many community activities such as sporting instruction, dance lessons, arts and crafts, children’s programs, and senior citizen programs.

Cuyahoga Falls Library (330-928-2117)

Located at the comer of Third Street and Broad Blvd, a great place to relax and read.

Waterworks Family Aquatic Center (330-971-8433 or 330- 971-8229) 2025 Munroe Falls Avenue

Features something for everyone, including a tube slide, drop slides, waterfalls, lap lanes, geysers, lazy river and volleyball.

Recreation on the Cuyahoga River

Burning River Adventures
Kayak and Canoe Rental on the Cuyahoga River located in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. We offer self-guided and guided kayak trips on the Cuyahoga River, trips depart on a set schedule. All trips meet at Water Works Park in Cuyahoga Falls by the boat launch. We will then take you up river to your starting location and you will paddle back to Waterworks Park!  Ask us about our package deals & frequent kayaker punch card!


Float the River 
Float The River (FTR) is a social venture that provides a full service lazy river floating experience on the Cuyahoga River. FTR’s mission is to create a vibrant and sustainable recreational experience on the Cuyahoga River and to change perceptions about the water quality, history, and overall community.

Float the River began in the form of a long-distance relationship between two outdoorsy nature-loving individuals. Savannah and TJ started dating when TJ was living in Houston working in the oil and gas industry. He spent most of his time off in the areas surrounding Austin TX, in the outdoors. Gathering a group of friends, a cooler full of refreshments, and a waterproof Bluetooth speaker was is TJ’s idea of heaven.

The couple was tired of the long distance relationship so TJ decided to move to Akron where Savannah was pursuing her PhD in Analytical Chemistry. Savannah, a lover of all things adventure and outdoors introduced TJ to the Cuyahoga River. TJ told her about the fun he used to have floating the Frio, Comal, and Guadalupe rivers and they realized nobody was renting tubes on the Cuyahoga so they decided to buy a few of their own and do their own float with some friends. After multiple trips floating the river, they received the same feedback from everyone they took with them. “THIS IS SO FUN!!” And that…is where the concept for a Cuyahoga focused float was born.
As TJ & Savannah learned more about the rivers history they realized that it still has a negative connotation associated with it because of the fire 50 years prior. Much of the surrounding community still saw the river as dirty, so Savannah facilitated scientific experiments on the water quality of the Cuyahoga River as well as other local waterways that are used recreationally. The results proved that the Cuyahoga is just as clean as these other waterways.
Motivated to spread a more positive outlook of the Cuyahoga’s health the couple decided to start a social venture, renting tubes on the river to give people a positive emotional experience associated with the Cuyahoga River. To help continue the rivers clean up efforts they have decided to donate a portion of their proceeds to a river management company that aids with river clean up. The idea has grown into a full fledged, self sustaining, business that will positively affect the local community around the river as well as the 2+ million annual visitors to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, not to mention the vast amounts of wildlife.