Welcome to Monclova
An affluent, secluded oasis made for tranquil family life
Established in 1853, Monclova is a quiet, secluded community coveted for its peaceful vibes and strong family ties. With just over 12,000 residents, Monclova offers a friendly, small-town feel with all the modern amenities of a bustling metropolis. This residential enclave is conveniently close to the Toledo Express Airport and Ohio Turnpike, making it an ideal spot for well-heeled travel enthusiasts and young professionals. Home to some of Ohio’s most exclusive real estate, Monclova truly is a stunning oasis of beauty, tranquility, and impressive architecture. Most residences boast sprawling lawns and spacious layouts perfect for growing families.
While this secluded community is more of a peaceful paradise than a culinary hotspot, there are plenty of nearby opportunities for dining and shopping. The contemporary Mancy's Bluewater Grille is an upscale destination serving seafood, aged steaks, an extensive wine list, and specialty cocktails. Those who enjoy the outdoors will love the Wabash Cannonball Trail, a 66 mile, multi-use recreational trail providing hiking, biking, equestrian access, and cross-country skiing. The trail is part of a nationwide movement to refresh former railroad areas into green spaces where people can enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the outdoors while also providing an alternate mode of transportation. Golf enthusiasts will find world-class amenities in Waterville, along with fitness, swimming, and spa treatments. The Brandywine Country Club offers a country club experience with youthful, vibrant energy, while Fallen Timbers Fairways opens up its 18 hole course, bar, and grill, banquet hall, and volleyball court to the public. Treat yourself to a day out at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, an open-air retail and lifestyle center with stunning waterfront views and a quaint streetscape. History buffs and nature enthusiasts will enjoy the expansive wooded areas and rich history of Fallen Timbers Battlefield. Designated a historic landmark in 1960, the park is also the site of a bronze General Wayne monument.