Bordering Lake and Geauga Counties to the west, Trumbull County to the south, and Pennsylvania to the east, Ashtabula County is the largest county in Ohio in terms of land area. The name Ashtabula comes from Native Americans and means "river of many fish". The figures below are according to 2000 census records available through the Ohio Department of Development.

Population: 102,728
Land area: 702.7 square miles
Per Capita income (1999): $21,685
Unemployment: 5.5%

Major cities and residential areas in Ashtabula County
Schools and Universities
  • Ashtabula Area City Schools
  • Geneva Area Local Schools
  • Buckeye Local Schools
  • Conneaut City Schools
  • Jefferson Area Local Schools
  • Grand Valley Schools
  • Pymatuming Valley Schools
  • Grand River Academy
  • SS John and Paul Schools
  • Kent State University -- Ashtabula Branch
Local Attractions
  • Ferrante Winery and Ristorante
  • Old Firehouse Winery
  • Chalet Debonnet Winery
  • Old Mill Winery
  • Geneva-on-the-Lake
  • Geneva State Park
  • Giddings Law Office
  • Pymatuming Lake Park and Spillway
  • Conneaut Historical Rail Museum
  • Covered bridges of Ashtabula County (currently 16)
  • Lake Shore Park
  • Walnut Beach Park
Annual Events
  • Ashtabula County Fair
  • Covered Bridge Festival
  • Geneva Grape JAMboree

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