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Chardon is the county seat of Geauga County. It is in Ohio's "snowbelt" and receives an average of 106 inches of snow each winter. In 1996, the National Guard was sent in after the city got about four feet of snow in less than a week.

Get in[edit]

Map of Chardon

By Car[edit]

State Route 44 runs north and south through Chardon.

By plane[edit]

  • Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport is a major international airport in Brook Park.It is about 50 minutes away.

Get around[edit]


  • 1 Geauga County Courthouse. Geauga County Courthouse (Q5529529) on Wikidata Geauga County Courthouse on Wikipedia


  • Geauga County Maple Festival, . Chardon Square. Annually held the weekend after Easter. This event has rides, a parade, a Queen's Pageant, a lumberjack competition, an arts and crafts show, along with several unusual events, such as the beard and mustache contest, bathtub races, and the ceremonial tapping of a maple tree. Geauga County Maple Festival (Q5529532) on Wikidata Geauga County Maple Festival on Wikipedia
  • 1 Geauga Lyric Theater, 101 Water St, +1 440 286-2255. Tickets $10-20. Check website for shows.
  • 2 Geauga County Fair. Geauga County Fair (Q5529530) on Wikidata Geauga County Fair on Wikipedia
  • 3 Alpine Valley Ski Area. Alpine Valley Ski Area (Q4735528) on Wikidata Alpine Valley Ski Area on Wikipedia
  • 4 Punderson State Park. Punderson State Park (Q7260083) on Wikidata Punderson State Park on Wikipedia




  • 1 Chardon Tavern & Grill.



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Routes through Chardon
Cleveland ← East Cleveland ←  W US 6.svg E  → Cherry Valley → Meadville

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