Bay Village was settled by Joseph Cahoon in 1810 as part of the original Dover Township. The Cahoon family barn built in 1882 was converted to a community center and is still in use today as our Community House. In 1917, the last Cahoon descendant died leaving the family home and 115 acres of land to the City. The home is now the Rose Hill Museum and the land is now the Cahoon Memorial Park. John Huntington, one of the original partners in the Standard Oil Company, donated his summer estate to the Cleveland Metroparks. This park area in the center of town houses the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center, the Huntington Playhouse, BAYarts Vento Tratoria and Huntington Beach. The combination of these two park lands located in the center of town provide residents with an abundance of recreational opportunities year round and give Bay Village a truly unique quality of life.
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Updated:2nd June, 2020 1:25 AM.