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Living in Toledo, Ohio:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Toledo, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Toledo what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Living in Toledo is an adventure. We have the Toledo Zoo. We have lots of parks.

A simple working class town that is proud of our Glass, and Jeep producing image. We also love our local sports teams; we have Walleye (hockey) and Mud Hens (baseball) plus the best walleye fishing anywhere.

Anyone moving to Toledo should be prepared to explore small businesses around the city, especially in the downtown. The family-owned shops throughout Toledo create a lovely sense of support throughout the community. Additionally, newcomers to the city should keep an open mind towards the types of people, because there are many backgrounds and upbringings to be found at every location.

Alycea, says: 2020

Toledo is a very busy city with lots of places to visit including The Docs, Toledo Art Museum and The Franklin Park mall. Toledo have many delicious restaurants including Tony Packo’s, Moe’s, And Blaze Pizza. Toledo has many events which may include Summer Carnivals, Winter Ice Skating, Fall Pumpkin patch and Spring Shopping.

Kristi, says: 2020

Toledo has an amazing community gardening scene! In any area or neighborhood that you choose to live, ask the locals where you can find the community gardens. You can have fresh fruits and vegetables for much less labor than establishing the garden in your own yard, and help residents beautify the neighborhood at the same time!

Christina, says: 2020

The cost of living is low in Toledo, Ohio. we have many cultural activities, including an Art Museum, Science Museum, Zoo, and various historical museums. The cost of housing is lower than many cities the same size, and goods and services are very reasonable. Metroparks in Toledo are well planned and used extensively by residents.

Kristin, says: 2020

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