Doylestown (Ohio)

Doylestown is a village in Wayne County in Northeast Ohio. The population was 2,799 at the 2000 census.

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Map of Doylestown (Ohio)

Located on the northeastern most corner of Wayne County, Doylestown is centrally located between the region’s major metro areas.

  • Route 21 – Runs along the eastern border of Doylestown and connects the town to Akron and Cleveland to the north and Massillon and Canton to the south.
  • Route 585 – Originates along the northern border of the town and connects to Wooster in the southwest.

Drive, bike, or walk

Doughboy
Water Tower
Zion Lutheran Church
  • 40.96893-81.697441 “Doughboy” statute. in the center of town, the statue commemorates those who served in World War I. 
  • Chippewa Memorial Park. Park dedicated to World War II veterans. 
  • Angel Kitty’s Empurrium, 28 E. Clinton Street, +1-877-PURDOLL (7873655). Sculpted dolls and life size relicas on display by various artists 
  • Mike Blanc Studios, 230 Hilltop Drive, +1 330 858-2137. Pencil and oil portraitures by local artist Mike Blanc on display 
  • [dead link]Walsh Farms, 18723 Grill Road, +1 330 658-6125. Pumpkin farm and horse boarding, seasonal festivities. 

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