The tiny township of Sagamore Hills, Ohio, is one where residents can live the quiet small-town life right in between two large cities - Cleveland and Akron. Anyone who's looking for homes for rent in a town that offers the kind of traditional American lifestyle of main streets and a slowed-down lifestyle will be sure to find Sagamore Hills Township an appealing option.
Part of a coalition of local hamlets - including Nordonia Hills, Northfield, Macedonia and Boston Village - that have banded together to share social services and community resources, Sagamore Hills is a perfect example of how a small town can work to provide its residents with all of the amenities they could expect.
3 Items of Interest in and Around Sagamore Hills
Sagamore Hills is more than just the sum of its parts, most of which you can find out about on its official website, but some of those pieces make Sagamore Hills its own unique burg, including:
Sagamore Township Park. This community gathering place was first established in 1984, and since then it's expanded from its original expanse of a little more than 5 acres to become a sprawling 40-acre park with an adjoining area of preserved green space that stretches over more than 190 acres. The pavilion, five baseball fields, picnic tables and bike and hiking trails on its premises make it one of the most enjoyable outdoor public places in the area.
As part of the Nordonia Hills School District, Sagamore Hills students have access to a world-class education, as well as the Nordonia Hills Branch Library, which is part of the Akron-Summit County system.
Sitting in close proximity to Akron, Sagamore Hills may be small, but it provides easy transportation routes to "The Rubber Capital of the World" as well as the even larger city of Cleveland, which lies to the west.