Situated in Northeastern Ohio, Trumbull County was once part of the Connecticut Western Reserve and officially become its capital in 1800. This diverse county includes city, rural, urban, and suburban locales. Trumbull County encompasses 637 sq. miles of land & water and is the home of the largest man-made lake in Ohio, Mosquito Lake and the surrounding State Park.
Bordering the State of Pennsylvania, this county is strategically located between Cleveland and Pittsburgh allowing easy travel time to some of the prestigious medical centers in the world including: The Cleveland Clinic, University Hospital, and UPMC .
From Apple Festivals to the performing arts, from the historic Kinsman Home & Harriett Taylor Upton Home, The President McKinley Memorial & Packard Museum, well designed golf courses and Scrapper’s Baseball Team and Scrapper’s Field, Kent State University Branch and Trumbull County Technical Center, Trumbull County just maybe the next place you may want to call “Home”