Rocking Horse Farms – Kirtland, OH
Rocking Horse Farms is a premier development located in Kirtland, Ohio. Situated on Route 6, or Euclid Chardon Road, the development features single-family homes, ranging from 2,000-square feet to more than 6,000-square feet.
Kirtland is a historic city, known as the birthplace of the Latter Day Saints movement. The city is rich in history and a favorite among local tourists. Covering only 16.8-square miles, the city is home to only 6,866 according to the 2010 census.
You find three metropolitan parks in Kirtland, making it a fantastic place to settle for the nature-loving family. Just 22 miles from Cleveland, residents have ease of access to all of the fabulous attractions and activities in northern Ohio.
Kirtland Primary and Secondary Schools
The Kirtland School District is rated 9 out of 10 by Great Schools. The district is home to four preschools, two elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. The Kirtland public schools are:
- Kirtland Elementary School
- Kirtland Middle School
- Kirtland High School
Private schools are also available in Kirtland. There are three private preschools and one private school dedicated to children in grades PK through 8.
- Teaching Learning
- Angel Care
- Kirtland’s Play-To-Learn Preschool
- Peaceful Children’s Montessori
Cleveland State University is located just west of Kirtland. One of the leading universities in the state of Ohio, CSU is a public institution open to any student.
Cuyahoga Community College, or Tri-C, is a local community college offering a variety of high quality, two-year programs for young adults and non-traditional students.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is located just over 30 miles from Kirtland, offering access to destinations around the world. The smaller Akron-Canton Airport is 45 miles from Kirtland’s city center.
Although public transportation is available in the city, residents typically choose to drive to and from their destinations due to the small size of the city.
Attractions In and Around Kirtland
1. The Holden Arboretum
The Holden Arboretum covers 3,600 acres in Northeast Ohio. Visitors enjoy walking through a wildflower garden, a buttery garden and a rhododendron garden. The arboretum is a favorite destination among Kirtland’s residence, particularly in the warmer months of the year.
2. The Great Lakes Science Center
Located in Cleveland, the Great Lakes Science Center houses hands-on activities for the whole family. With both permanent and rotating exhibits, the educational museum is a favorite among children and adults alike. Just a short drive from Kirtland, the Great Lakes Science Center is the perfect weekend destination.
3. Historic Kirtland
If you love history, stop by Historic Kirtland. Several homes and buildings have been accurately restored by the LDS church. The businesses and homes that you tour stand exactly as they did in the 1830’s. Be sure to visit in December to enjoy the beautiful Christmas displays.
4. Cedar Point
Just over an hour’s drive from Kirtland is one of the premier amusement parks in the nation. Cedar Point is home to some of the most thrilling roller coasters and amusement rides in the world. You find Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, along the Lake Erie shoreline.