A Great Lake
At the Intersection of Industry
A Great Lake
Deepwater ports and extensive lakeshore provide opportunities for ship-bound transportation, water-based recreation, and water-intense industrial processes.
Proximity to Major Metropolitan Areas
Ashtabula County is located mid-way between Cleveland, Erie, and Youngstown as well as only 3 hours from Buffalo, Columbus, and Detroit, with a direct route to Chicago making it an excellent choice for regional distribution.
Highways and Railways
In addition to Lake Erie and its waterways, Ashtabula County is connected to the major metropolitan areas of the Great Lakes region by US Route 90 and Ohio State Route 11 as well as numerous railways.
Ashtabula County is home to the Northeast Ohio Regional Airport, the most northeastern jet-capable airport in Ohio. The capability to land medium-sized jets helps make the airport ideal for both private and corporate travel. More information about the Northeast Ohio Regional Airport can be found on its website.
Ashtabula County is the northeastern-most county in Ohio. Its land area is 702 square miles, making it Ohio's largest county in geographic area size.
To provide a regional context for Ashtabula County, here are some highway drive times from the county's major cities:
Geneva to Mentor: 23 minutes
Geneva to Downtown Cleveland: 52 minutes
Geneva to Cleveland Airport: 67 minutes
Ashtabula to Downtown Cleveland: 62 minutes
Conneaut to Erie, PA: 35 minutes
Conneaut to Youngstown: 57 minutes
Orwell to Youngstown: 40 minutes
Jefferson to Youngstown: 43 minutes
Andover to Youngstown: 40 minutes