Canal Fulton Real Estate
Welcome to charming Canal Fulton! Enjoy small town charm and a close-knit community with the convenience of a short drive to big city living.
This quaint city offers a variety of homes from well established neighborhoods to newer allotments.
Many structures showcase building styles popular more than 100 year ago. In the 1970s, downtown Canal Fulton was awarded the honor of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places and retains its historic character today.
The city has a rich history in canalling and coal mining, and today you can still hike and bike on the Ohio-Erie canal towpath or hop aboard the St. Helena III for a scenic ride on the canal. There are many other activities including taking a walk down Canal Street to visit the many charming shops, spending summers at Clay’s Park or checking out a good book at the beautifully renovated Canal Fulton Public Library.
Enjoy easy access to Route 21 and Route 93. Major interstate highway I-77 and The Akron-Canton Airport are just 15 minutes away.
Below is a list of attractions in the area, in addition to local school information.
- Clay’s Park Resort
- City of Canal Fulton Parks & Recreation Facilities
- St. Helena III Canal Boat Rides
- Belden Village Shopping Mall
- The Strip
- Pro Football Hall of Fame
- Canal Fulton Public Library
- Canal Fulton Canoe Livery
- Northwest Local Schools
- Nearby Higher Education
More about Canal Fulton: Demographics
- Hancock County Wv 141
- Canton 85
- Richland Township 84
- Lorain 72
- Brooke County Wv 71
- Massillon 70
- Cle Between West Blvd & Cuy River 68
- Alliance 59
- Connecticut Western Reserve 54
- Elyria (Elyria Township, Carlisle Township) 49
- Dover 47
- New Philadelphia 47
- Howland 45
- Euclid 45
- Parma 45
- City/Youngstown 44
- Brunswick, Brunswick Hills 44
- Jackson 42
- Canton NW 41
- Wooster City 41