Canal Fulton, Ohio is a small historic town nestled in between Canton and Massillon to its South, and Green, Clinton, and Akron to its North. Home to St. Helena III, one of only four canal boats operating in Ohio, Canal Fulton’s heritage makes up an important chapter in Ohio History. Its historic district, registered on the National Register of Historical Places, is lined with quaint hometown specialty shoppes, antique stores, and a visitor’s bureau with information about the ancient canal system that Canal Fulton was built around in the 1800s.
There is plenty to do in Canal Fulton, too. Entertainment is seasonably available at the Canal Fulton Canoe Livery, an attraction where residents and visitors can bike and hike, rent canoes and kayaks, and camp along and near the Towpath, a beautiful trail that extends from Dover to Lake Erie in Cleveland, Ohio. Also nearby is Clay’s Park Resort, which offers a 10 acre man-made, sand-bottom swimming lake featuring dual 150 ft. water slides, ring swings, zip lines, barrel roll and a kid's swimming area, along with a paintball course, mini golf, and live entertainment.
The residents of Canal Fulton are also proud to present its annual Olde Canal Days each Summer. From Canal Boat rides, to amusement park rides, to crafts and food, Canal Fulton invites visitors from all around to this festival, celebrating the history of their city.
Moreover, in close proximity to the city, is a great school district, excellent hospitals, and easy access to the Akron-Canton Airport, a variety of restaurants, and a huge shopping district, just minutes away in Canton.
Canal Fulton has the perfect blend of big-city access and hometown feel, and with its unique history, this city is a wonderful place to call home.