Geneva is a city in Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States. The area which would become Geneva was originally settled in 1805, and was incorporated as a city in 1958. The city's population was 6,595 at the 2000 census.
Three major routes pass through (or near) Geneva. Interstate 90, the northernmost east-west and coast-to-coast interstate, passes roughly two miles south of the city. Route 534 intersects Route 20, the longest road in the United States, in downtown Geneva.
The Grape Jamboree is an annual celebration of the area's grape-growing and wine-producing industries. The festival occurs during the final full weekend of September, and lasts both days. Festivities include two parades, one held on each day, as well as various amusement park-type rides and typical festival food kiosks set up on the main streets of Geneva.
The Lodge at Geneva is tucked along the shores of Lake Erie near many striking vineyards, and offers the perfect setting for a relaxing Ohio vacation. Our packages feature a variety of activities to suit every lifestyle, from culinary and beer events to an adventurous day of visiting local Ohio wineries and 18 nearby covered bridges. Visit www.genevaohio.com for more info!