Welcome to Maumee
A quaint suburban paradise with historical beauty and peaceful vibes
Maumee is a quiet, well-maintained town with lush landscaping and gorgeous homes. With stunning natural beauty and convenient river access, Maumee is a slice of paradise, set on its namesake river, is a slice of paradise. Founded in 1817, this pretty town took less than a decade to gain recognition as an essential shipping hub connecting Lake Erie to the west. Today, Maumee is home to an excellent school system and a vibrant variety of boutiques, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Maumee ranks high on the list of "Best Cities in Ohio" and has also been named an "All American City" by the National Civic League, making it an ideal spot for families to call home.
The Shops at Fallen Timbers is one of the area’s best retail and lifestyle centers. This outdoor mall boasts a movie theater, top restaurants like P.F. Chang’s and Beer Barrel Pizza, and retail giants like Barnes and Noble. For the best Thai food in town, locals head to Bangkok Kitchen, while the best pizza belongs to The Village Idiot. This funky, award-winning eatery offers live music, the hottest pizza around, craft beers, and a jukebox. Barr’s Public House, an industrial-style pub offering elevated bar fare, craft beer, wine, seasonal cocktails, and happy hour specials, has a lineup of fun events that benefit the community. The Art Deco-style Maumee Movie Theater was built in 1946 and is considered the town center for visual and performing arts. In addition to daily showtimes, this historic theater also offers unique spaces for business meetings and social gatherings, as well as special events. The Maumee Antique Mall boasts almost three acres of antiques and collectibles and over 170 vendors. Make sure to wear your walking shoes and plan on spending the day at this incredible venue. You can even bring the family pup to this dog-friendly space. Developed in 1920s, Side Cut Park is considered Toledo’s original Metropark and features Bluegrass Island, a popular fishing destination. Maumee’s favorite park is located on the banks of the Maumee River and includes river access, a sledding hill, picnic areas, and wildlife feeding stations. Culturally-minded residents adore the beautiful Stranahan Theater, Maumee’s premier performing arts center offering an impressive selection of musicals, Broadway shows, and live music.