Many local communities fire up a variety of events each summer and Cambridge, Ohio’s turnout tends to be consistent year after year. Popular activities draw crowds to multiple events each summer. While not every event can be a success, it can be a little hard to weed out those that won’t be popular. Fortunately, there are plenty of July events in Cambridge that are worth attending!
Cambridge Main Street Farmers’ Market
Finding the freshest produce, meeting new people, and learning more about the food you eat is best done at a local farmers’ market. The Cambridge Main Street Farmers’ Market is held every Friday in July. Locally grown produce is fresher than what you can find at a local supermarket or grocery store. On top of that, it’s often much more affordable as well! Get up a little earlier to attend the farmers’ market this July!
Rock the Block Rhythm & Arts Walk
If you’re one for live music, hands-on creativity, food, and shopping, then the Rock the Block Rhythm & Arts Walk is the event for you! The event takes place each month in summer with a different theme each time. July’s theme is Christmas in July and will feature vendors, sidewalk demonstrations, and more. Best of all, it all takes place in Historic Downtown Cambridge!
The all-American family road trip has been a summer tradition for many families for quite a while now. Ohio is home to quite a few expansive roadways that offer scenic views and a relaxing drive. Check out these Ohio road trips ideas recommended by us here at Cambridge Classic Ford!
US Route 50
Known as “The Loneliest Road in America,” US Route 50 passes straight through Ohio. Stretching 3,200 miles through 11 states, it’s likely every driver who has ever taken a trip has been on US Route 50. Like many roads in Ohio, US Route 50 shows off some iconic rural scenery and passes through some pleasant small towns.
Ohio Route 348
Bright red barns are something of an icon in Ohio and there are few roads that offer more iconic views than Ohio Route 348. Passing through Adams County, the popular route is home to scenic areas filled with red barns. Quaint towns and family-owned businesses are something of a common occurrence as well.
Brookpark Road Bridge
It doesn’t take a master plan to travel around Cleveland. The Brookpark Road Bridge is one of the more popular scenic routes throughout Cleveland Metroparks. Summer and fall are the best seasons to travel thanks to luscious vegetation and views no driver could ever forget.