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Waterville, Ohio
…love at first sight

The City of Waterville is located along the banks of the Maumee River in Lucas County, in northwestern Ohio. The Municipality is easily accessible by way of Interstates 75 and 475, the Ohio Turnpike, and U.S. Route 24. Mileage to major metropolitan areas: Toledo, 12 miles; Detroit, 70 miles; Cleveland, 120 miles; Columbus, 135 miles; and Chicago, 220 miles.welcome

Although Waterville is growing by leaps and bounds, it still maintains its small town feeling. Waterville offers a wide variety of neighborhoods, from historic settings on River Road to the contemporary developments on Waterville-Monclova Road. Waterville residents take pride in the city’s historic background; the entire community gathers once a year to celebrate its founders. Residents can enjoy the safety of a small community, with easy accessibility to larger cities like Maumee and Toledo.

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The proximity to Toledo provides residents with an opportunity to enjoy the Toledo Symphony Orchestra , the Toledo Museum of Art, the Toledo Zoo, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, concerts and other programs at the Stranahan and Valentine Theater. The Toledo Mud Hens offer enthusiasts an access to professional baseball at 5th 3rd Field in Downtown. Toledo also has a professional hockey team, the Toledo Walleye. The Walleyes play at the Huntington Center. You may also want to try your luck at the Hollywood Casino.

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