CHURCHES, PARK DOMINATE CAMPBELL, OHIO


Karen S. Kastner Youngstown Ohio

By | Rust Belt Company

Date Modified: 2 May 2017 | Date Published:

Campbell Ohio – (Karen Kastner) Once known as “East Youngstown,” Campbell, Ohio, is replete with ornate churches, new school buildings and safe neighborhoods for families. Perhaps the gem of the community is Roosevelt Park, which boasts five pavilions and many baseball fields and paths for joggers, walkers and bicyclists.

Now named for a titan of the steel industry that used to thrive here, the city boasts numerous major employers as well as small stores and businesses and neighborhood restaurants and bars easily accessible to many sections of town on foot. Many serve delectable ethnic foods in this diverse community.

Campbell Ohio Sign Picture – Photo Credit / Rust Belt Company

Campbell also has a bed and breakfast, Kringle’s on Porter Avenue. It advertises fireside dining and hot chocolate in the evening.

In Coitsville Township, adjacent to both Campbell and its historic high-school football rival Struthers, two restaurants have become quite popular. One is located within the beautiful Knoll Run Golf Course complex known for its steak fries and barbecues.

On the East Side of Youngstown bordering Roosevelt Park is the Lincoln Knolls Plaza, many popular restaurants and a year-round farmers’ market that draws huge crowds.

Campbell is a short drive to a Walmart Supercenter in Boardman Township and to Target and Kohl’s, both the Shops at Boardman Park. Also in Boardman is the Southern Park Mall and three movie theaters.

The Struthers Plaza is also nearby with a Save A Lot discount grocery store on Fifth Street, and Youngstown-Poland Road is lined with stores, restaurants and taverns.

Route 616 leads to 422 and many quaint and upscale towns in nearby Pennsylvania.

Campbell is close many major hospitals in Youngstown and Boardman, and there are a number of doctors and dentists practicing in Campbell.

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