Moving Companies in Ashtabula, OH
Planning Your Move from Ashtabula
As one of 100,000 Ashtabula County residents, you may have grown accustomed to the family atmosphere and small-town charm while living just a short drive away from big-city attractions. But if it’s time for a change and you’re weighing long-distance moving options, consider U-Pack®. Our process combines do-it-yourself value with the ease and convenience of a full-service move. Load into our equipment from your home or save by loading at one of our local service centers. Either way, we’ll move you practically anywhere in the U.S. in less than a week.
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Ashtabula Local Knowledge
If you’re moving to Ashtabula, here are some interesting facts to help you get acquainted to your new city:
The home of abolitionist William Hubbard was often the last stop for escaped slaves as they made their way to freedom in Canada before the Civil War. Today, the Hubbard House is a museum and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Ashtabula County features 19 covered bridges — including the longest and shortest in the U.S. — and nine were built before 1900.
A 275-pound piece of glass was found on the beach between Ashtabula Harbor and Conneaut Harbor in 2017. It’s on display at the Ashtabula Maritime & Surface Transportation Museum.
Into Victorian artifacts? The Victorian Perambulator Museum & Art Gallery is the only place in the world dedicated to early wicker baby and doll carriages. You can also see a variety of children’s dolls, dollhouses, toys and books.
5630 Chevrolet Blvd
Parma OH, 44130