Moving Companies in Youngstown, OH
Stress-Free Moving from Youngstown
Youngstown is the county seat of the Mahoning Valley in northeast Ohio, just 10 miles from the Pennsylvania border. Located midway between New York City and Chicago along Interstate 80, this Rust Belt city of more than 65,000 residents is known for being affordable and family-friendly.
Moving from Youngstown is also economical — and easy — with U-Pack. We have more than 240 service centers nationwide (including one in nearby Hubbard), so no matter where your long-distance move takes you, we can help. And our knowledgeable and experienced team is there to help every step of the way. Learn more about the U-Pack moving process.
Did You Know?
- The first Arby’s restaurant opened in nearby Boardman, OH in July 1964
- Notable Youngstown natives include actor Ed O’Neill (“Married with Children,” “Modern Family”), football coach Bob Stoops and former boxing champion Ray Mancini
- Bruce Springsteen composed the song “Youngstown” for his 1995 album The Ghost of Tom Joad and performed it the following year at Youngstown’s Stambaugh Theatre
Enjoy the Best of the Valley
There are plenty of leisure activities to enjoy in and around Youngstown. Before you head out, make time for these local attractions:
The Canfield Fair
The largest county fair in Ohio has celebrated the area’s rural roots for nearly 175 years. Artists and entertainers who have performed there include Johnny Cash, Bob Hope, Kenny Rogers, The Beach Boys, Willie Nelson and The Band Perry.
Mill Creek MetroParks
Outdoors enthusiasts can enjoy 4,400 acres of lakes, hiking and biking trails, golf courses, historic sites and more available throughout the area. Lanterman’s Mill, one of the county’s leading historic landmarks, was built in the mid-1800s and still operates today, grinding corn, wheat and buckwheat in traditional fashion.
Old-Fashioned Christmas in the Woods
This October festival, considered one of the country’s top arts and crafts shows, draws thousands of visitors each year to a backdrop of scenic woods and fall colors. The event features more than 200 vendors and exhibitors, live entertainment and, of course, delicious food.
Butler Museum of American Art
The first museum dedicated to American Art, the Institute holds more than 22,000 individual works from thousands of American artists. The earliest piece is a portrait from 1719!
Take in a Game … or Several
Football in Ohio is a serious pursuit and at Youngstown State University, the Penguins are a perennial NCAA power. Hockey fans can go see the Youngstown Phantoms, a top junior team, and the Mahoning Valley Scrappers are a minor league affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians.
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Hubbard OH, 44425