A Thriving Community
With its peaceful surroundings and access to city life, Copeland Oaks has earned a reputation as a great place for living.
Copeland Oaks is located in the charming village of Sebring. With a population of just over 4,000, Sebring is steeped in history, affords local color and exemplifies midwestern values.
Located in lush green northeastern Ohio Copeland Oaks is geographically situated between two major retail, manufacturing, and entertainment markets. The I-77 corridor just 40 minutes to the west links Canton, Akron and Cleveland. The Ohio Rt. 11 corridor just 40 minutes to the east links the Youngstown and Pittsburgh metropolitan areas.
Alliance, Ohio, just 10 minutes west of Copeland Oaks has national retail shopping, well-known restaurants and an array of seasonal community events. A college town, Alliance is home to the University of Mount Union where Copeland residents can attend a variety of cultural, musical, and sports events, or take classes free of charge.
Salem, Ohio, just 15 minutes to the east of Copeland Oaks offers a rural flavor. Local eateries offer unique dining experiences and local merchants offer unique shopping opportunities, including farmers markets.
For those opting for the hustle and bustle of big city life, the Pittsburgh and Cleveland metropolitan areas are each just a 90 minute drive east or west. Both boast globally recognized museums, universities, entertainment and sports venues.
Accessing the U.S. and beyond is convenient from Copeland Oaks as 3 airports are easily accessible. The Akron-Canton Regional Airport is 30 minutes east of Sebring and will be the most user-friendly and hassle-free connection you have ever made. Both the Cleveland International and Pittsburgh International Airports are 90 minutes from the campus.
For the water enthusiast, Lake Erie is a 60 minute drive north of Copeland Oaks and there are several smaller lakes and reservoirs in-between for boating, skiing, fishing and other aquatic sports.
If you are looking for a total change of pace, two Amish communities are short distances away: the largest in Holmes County and a smaller enclave in the Middlefield area of Trumbull County.