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Fairview Park

Ohio

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Looking for a Fairview Park charter bus rental with transportation service to anywhere else in the continental United States? Barons Bus’ is the Ohio charter bus company you’re looking for.  We're based in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio and serve the state of Ohio and its surrounding areas.

Whether you're touring the national museums and monuments of Washington D.C., soaking in the wondrous sights and culture of New York City,  reveling at the County Music Capital of the World in Nashville, basking on the tropical beaches of Florida, relishing in Chicago-style food and jazz, or catching a Buckeyes game at Ohio State, we can take you there in safe, reliable comfort.

Our fleet of motor coach buses are perfect for large groups, school bus field trips, shuttle servicesand more. Even smaller groups have enjoyed the ample space and comfortable amenities of a Barons Bus rental in Fairview Park, Ohio

Contact our charter bus service agents now at (888) 378-3823 or you can request a charter bus quote online. Learn more about what to expect on your travels with our Rider’s Guide.

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Things to Know When You Rent a Charter Bus to Fairview Park

Fairview Park is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. It borders Cleveland to the east, Westlake and North Olmsted to the west, Rocky River to the north and Brook Park to the south. At the 2010 census, the city population was 16,826. Fairview Park was originally part of Rockport Township, later the Rocky River hamlet. The hamlet was incorporated as a village in 1903 and was split in 1910, with the northern part of the region becoming Rocky River and the southern part assuming the name Goldwood. Part of the Goldwood Township was later annexed to Rocky River and Goldwood would subsequently be incorporated as a separate village. Afterwards, Goldwood was split into two regions. A large portion of the land to the north became the Village of Fairview (later Fairview Village). Meanwhile, the remaining land located in the southwest corner and land along Center Ridge Road remained as Goldwood and was later incorporated as a village. By 1925, the remaining Goldwood region was renamed Parkview. Both Fairview Village and Parkview remained small suburbs of its neighboring Cleveland (which had annexed most of what was West Park in 1923). In 1929, an economic recession in Fairview led to consideration of annexation to Cleveland. However, the plan never went to the ballot and Fairview maintained its independence. In 1948, Fairview became Fairview Park. Much of the growth of this region did not take place until after World War II. Most notably, the village began attracting former Cleveland residents when Fairview Shopping Center opened in 1947 on Lorain Road. In 1950, the village's size exceeded 5,000 at 9,234 and became the City of Fairview Park. The first city charter was adopted in November 1958. The remaining Parkview region was later annexed to Fairview in 1967.

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