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Located near Perrysburg and Rossford, Waterville is a suburb only a few miles away from the shores of Lake Erie. Some of Waterville's homes for rent sit on the banks of the Maumee River, one of the Ohio Valley's most important sources of drinking water as settlers started to move west from the original 13 colonies. As a result, Waterville has many buildings that reflect the history of a community growing throughout the ages.

Fun Facts About Waterville

  • Waterville was first founded in 1831 by John Pray, a veteran of the War of 1812 who had moved to Ohio to work as a prospector of land for large companies that bought it up and parceled it off to private citizens.
  • Every March, schools of walleye start flocking up the Maumee River. More than 500,000 fish that are 18 to 24 inches long jump out of the water on their way to spawning groups downriver from Lake Erie, and renters can enjoy premier sport fishing without ever leaving town.
  • In the center of Waterville, the Columbian House stands as a 182-year-old symbol of old fashioned American hauntings. With claims of disappeared travelers in the 19th century and ghostly visages, this colonial home adds some flavor to downtown Waterville.

Important Resources for Waterville Renters

  • Waterville Primary Schools offer families three elementary, one middle and two high schools for educational opportunities at every level. Parents can check staff directories, contact counselors and administrators and fill out online forms to excuse their children for family vacations.
  • Waterville's municipal website has links for every question renters have on the city council's agenda, minutes, meeting schedules and opportunities to volunteer.
  • Offering both print and digital subscriptions, The Mirror newspaper covers sports and current events in and around Waterville. This paper also includes news from neighboring communities, so renters get a wider view of northwestern Ohio as well.