Explore Massillon, the "City of Champions!"
Massillon is home to a long-standing football tradition and rich, cultural history. Historic Fourth Street was one of the first neighborhoods in the nation to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places with homes representing each of the major architectural themes from the 19th and 20th centuries! Just to the south is Navarre where you will discover a vintage downtown with unique shopping!
The City of Champions is pleased to announce their Summer Concert Series from June 17th until August 19th in Downtown Massillon. The FREE concerts feature local musicians of all different genres, so bring your chair, blanket, friends, family or lover for a night out on the town!
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Greatness Cafe offers slow-roasted chicken paninis, all natural smoothies (no artificial sweeteners, powders, or hidden ingredients) with a cold-pressed fresh orange base. We also have tomato soup, pastries provided by locals, REAL acai bowls, oatmeal bowls,…More Info
The Jackson Amphitheater is a visually-striking, outdoor amphitheater located in Northeast Ohio in Jackson Township. The 3,500-person Amphitheater sits in a beautiful park and hosts live music and community events throughout the year.More Info
Jackson Bog is a 57-acre preserve located in northern Stark County and owned by the Jackson Township Local Board of Education. Jackson Bog supports more than 20 state-listed rare plants. Summer is the best time to view its populations of flowering and…More Info
This seventy-acre complex located at features a picnic shelter, restrooms, fully- accessible playground, 1.1 mile paved walking track, seven athletic fields used for baseball, softball, soccer and lacrosse, a multi-use track used for skating and bicycling,…More Info
Welcome to Krackpots Comedy Club, Massillon's newest place to eat, drink, and laugh! Check out our upcoming events on our Facebook Page.More Info
Plants. Art. Floristry. Local Goods.
Lepley & Co. is a fun, innovative brand offering a variety of products and experiences. Starting as a roadside plant stand in Summer 2020, Lepley & Co. quickly expanded to 2 locations filled with lush greenery and their…More Info
Since 1882, Liebermann's Bakery has been baking doughnuts, cookies, and cupcakes in Downtown Massillon. The Massillon staple stays true to their old family recipes and delicious traditions. Be sure to visit this historic bakery! Note: Liebermann's only accepts…More Info
This 18-basket course is a challenge to all levels of competitors. The trees, shrubs, and terrain changes located in and around the fairways provide challenging obstacles for the golfer. The course offers concrete tee pads and tee signs.
Margy Vogy Visions offers unique walking tours in historic Downtown Massillon. Groups over 12 people may schedule private tours! Check out Margy's seasonally scheduled public tours as well for more unique opportunities to learn about our local history!
Located in the heart of Massillon, City of Champions, the 69,000 square foot Recreation Center boasts a 10,000 square foot aquatics area featuring 2, 20' slides, a splash down pool, lap pool, lazy river and a sauna. Two regulation size basketball courts, four…More Info
Paul Brown Tiger Stadium
This facility is home to the famed Massillon Tigers. The stadium was ranked #10 high school football stadium in the country by ESPN.com.
Sporting Events: Seating: 18,500, roof over home stands Parking: 4,000 Surface: Field turf Press…