Welcome to Perrysburg
Historic charm meets modern conveniences in this Toledo suburb
With spacious homes, stunning scenery, and a close-knit feel, Perrysburg is an ideal place for families to settle down. This picturesque enclave is considered one of the most desirable places to live in Ohio and is frequently named a top ten town in the nation. Full of gorgeous green spaces and plenty of opportunities for family fun, Perrysburg offers small-town comfort with big-city sophistication.
Although Toledo is only 10 minutes away, Perrysburg residents find more than enough to keep them busy in their own backyard. The popular Levis Commons is Perrysburg’s premier retail center and boasts upscale boutique shopping, a movie theater, and an impressive culinary scene, including sushi at Nagoya Japanese Steakhouse. Over in Historic Perrysburg, you’ll find Way Library, a popular family spot, as well as some of the town’s best restaurants. Zingo's is a cozy spot for Mediterranean fare, while Stella's Restaurant and Bar is an upscale New American bistro decked out with oak paneling and glass sculptures. Boutiques here offer everything from trendy items with a Bohemian Prepster vibe at Meig to Angel 101’s gorgeous fresh-cut flowers and locally made gifts. Pop into Maddie and Bella or The Flying Joe for a latte or head straight to the colorful 5th Street Pub for Neapolitan pizza and local beers on tap. Perrysburg has just as many opportunities for outdoor recreation. This historic neighborhood is home to Fort Meigs, a War of 1812 battle site and educational center which offers tours, special events, and even reenactments. The Perrysburg Farmers’ Market is a popular spot for families and home chefs. Held every Thursday in the spring and summer in downtown Perrysburg, the market has locally sourced produce and plants, specialty items, food trucks, and live music. Pack a picnic and bring the family to Woodlands Park, home of the Fort Imagination playground, to fly kites, walk the dog, or simply enjoy the many beautiful gardens. And, of course, Downtown Toledo, with its seasonal festivals and riverfront walks, is only a short drive away from home.