Sandusky county is located in northwestern Ohio with Fremont functioning as the county seat. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 61,810, a decrease of 153 over the 1990 census.
The county has access to Lake Erie via Sandusky Bay. Other natural features include the Sandusky River and a number of smaller creeks and reservoirs.
Of interest to history buffs are the Rutherford B. Hayes (the Nation's 19th President) House in Fremont; the Mull Covered Bridge near Burgoon and the Maj. Gen. James B. McPherson House. (Gen. McPherson commanded the 17th Army Corps in the Battle of Vicksburg in the Civil War.)
Other Ohio Counties nearby:
(Ashland) Ashland County
(Sandusky) Erie County
(Findlay) Hancock County
(Norwalk) Huron County
(Toledo) Lucas County
(London) Madison County
02/23 Coming to The Fremont area
Park Street Festival Columbus OH June7-8 So many Food Trucks, so little time! Bringing you the best & most diverse food trucks in all of Ohio, all in one place!
New Haven Canal Days Festival New Haven IN June4-8 The NHCD Festival Committee, which consists of a team of dedicated volunteers, community leaders, civic organizations, businesses, churches, and residents, have been working hard all year long to bring quality events to our community that will entertain the entire family.
Italian American Summer Festival Berea OH June28-30 Bocce tournament, dancing with live entertainment at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.
Annual Manchester Chicken Broil Manchester MI July18 Adelicious chicken dinner complete with half chicken, roll with butter, fresh made cole slaw with secret local recipe, radishes, chips and beverage. Entertainment and camaraderie are provided for your enjoyment along with an antique car show.
Berne Swiss Days Festival Berne IN July26-28 The Swiss Day Celebration is a time for Berne to share it's heritage with authentic Swiss costume, great food, craft vendors and merchandise. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the friendly competitions for all ages.
Tuscarawas County Italian-American Festival Dover OH August9-11 Our 24th Annual Festival Plate is honoring the 1962 Class A State Football Champions from Dennison Saint Mary's High School.