Maumee exemplifies civic community involvement, town pride, and the quintessential small-town American haven.

Welcome to Maumee

Riverfront oasis with an entrepreneurial spirit
Across the Maumee River from Perrysburg lies the scenic city of Maumee, the oldest permanent settlement in Northwestern Ohio. Recognized as an All-America City by the National Civic League, Maumee exemplifies civic community involvement, town pride, and the quintessential small-town American haven. It harbors a stunning downtown district along the banks of the Maumee River and is just a 20-minute drive south of the thrumming urban center of Toledo. 
Overflowing with history, the town was the site of the famous Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794. Often referred to as the true “last battle of the American Revolution,” this victory marked the end of the Northwest Indian War between the nascent United States and the Native American tribes in tandem with British forces. Plans for Maumee as a town weren’t laid out until 1817, after which the city became a vibrant center for trade, commerce, and shipping along the river. 
Modern-day Maumee has reinvented itself as a mecca for business and is one of the largest business centers in all of Northwest Ohio. As its economy expanded, so did its need for housing, and modern Maumee is a colorful mix of architectural styles throughout the 20th century. However, the majority of houses on the market today are contemporary new builds, whose appealing transitional features and large plots come at price points that average between 
$200,000 and $500,000.

What to Love

  • More bang for your buck—big houses at affordable prices  
  • Charming downtown district and tree-lined streets, close to Stranahan Theater
  • Toledo’s premier business park, Arrowhead Industrial Park
  • A history lover’s paradise, home to several museums and notable sites
  • Venues perfect for weddings and big events at The Pinnacle

People & Lifestyle

With a population of around 13,000, Maumee has a small-town atmosphere that’s amplified by its charming, historic downtown and inviting cul-de-sacs. Most homes are composed of family units, and the area is well-known for being a quiet, quaint place to raise kids and settle down.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Shaded outdoor dining, small boutiques, and close vicinity to large-scale retailers can all be found in Historic Uptown Maumee. You can shop ladies’ upscale consignment at locations like Bella River Boutique or stock up on delectable chocolates at places like Maumee Valley Chocolates & Candy in this peaceful and inviting district. Restaurants like The Village Idiot rest in renovated historic buildings, hidden gems that locals have come to adore. A funky neighborhood haunt and bar, The Village Idiot hosts nightly entertainment and has some of the best pizza in Northwest Ohio. 
Another great uptown joint, Dales Bar & Grill, has been a neighborhood staple for nearly 100 years and pours craft brews for diners while they enjoy sports on the large screen televisions. Among some of the more popular dining venues outside of the historic district include Mancy’s Bluewater Grille, an upscale, fine dining restaurant that excels in creating contemporary seafood and steak dishes.

Things to Do

To gain exclusive access to pristine golf courses, top-tier amenities—including pools, saunas, fitness centers, tennis clubs, and private events—and elite restaurants on-site, residents of Maumee are invited to join any of the several nearby country clubs, including the Brandywine Country Club and the Toledo Country Club.
Maumee also has many community and charity events, such as the Acoustics for Autism Festival, which features live music concerts and fundraisers for autism awareness. Residents can take the time to visit the abundant historic sites in the area, too often overlapping with the city’s beautiful park districts. Whether you’re heading to the Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis National Historic Site, taking the paths along the Wabash Cannonball Trail, or going for a picnic lunch on the green space of the Side Cut Metropark before fishing on Bluegrass Island, you’ll never run out of outdoor activity in Maumee.


Maumee is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
  • Fairfield Elementary School, K-3, well-rated public elementary school
  • Fort Miami Elementary School, K-3, highly-rated public elementary school
  • Monclova Elementary School, K-4, highly-rated public elementary school
  • Waterville Primary School, K-4, highly-rated public elementary school
  • Fallen Timbers Middle School, 5-6, highly-rated public middle school
  • Anthony Wayne Junior High School, 7-8, highly-rated public middle school
  • Anthony Wayne High School, 9-12, highly-rated public high school
  • Maumee High School, 9-12, well-rated public high school
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