Erie County, county in Ohio, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 73,719 inhabitants. The county was created 185 years ago in 1838. Its county seat is Sandusky.
There are 8 city/town in Erie County, OH. The largest city of Erie County is Huron with a population of 6,827. Other cities include, Sandusky population 3,528, Venice population 1,680, Milan population 1,340, Castalia population 810
Located along Lake Erie in north central Ohio, Erie County contains lakeside communities and historic small towns.
Sandusky serves as the county seat and largest city with around 25,000 residents. This lakefront city features attractions like the Merry-Go-Round Museum, Cedar Point amusement park, and boating opportunities.
Huron lies east of Sandusky along the shores of Lake Erie. This small city of around 6,500 residents features beaches, fishing, shops, and eateries.
Vermilion is located west of Sandusky on the Vermilion River as it flows into Lake Erie. This quaint harbor town has around 2,000 residents.
Kelleys Island is a village on Kelleys Island in Lake Erie, accessible by ferry. It has around 300 permanent residents. Attractions include glacial grooves, beaches, and wineries.
Bay View is a small unincorporated community west of Sandusky along the Cedar Point Chaussee. It features a historic lighthouse, cottages, and Cedar Point beaches.
With its scenic lakefront landscapes, maritime culture, and small town charm, Erie County encapsulates the beauty of living along Lake Erie’s shores.
List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Erie County.
|Bay View||Village in Erie County, Ohio||597|
|Berlin Heights||Village in Ohio||710|
|Castalia||Village in Erie County, Ohio||810|
|Huron||City in Erie County, Ohio||6,827|
|Kelleys Island||Island in the United States of America||310|
|Milan||Village in Ohio, USA||1,340|
|Sandusky||City in Ohio, USA||3,528|
|Venice||Township in Seneca County, Ohio||1,680|