In Ohio, US Route 20 runs east-west across the northernmost areas of the state. In northwest Ohio and northeast Ohio, US Route 20 is the northernmost US Highway in the state; to be specific, US Route 20 is the northernmost US Highway east of Fremont and east of Cleveland. Between Fremont and Cleveland, US Route 6 takes over as the northernmost route; it gets to hug the Lake Erie shoreline between Sandusky and Cleveland. US Route 20 enters Ohio crossing out of Indiana, east of Angola, Indiana. It stays within about 5 miles of the Michigan border until it reaches Toledo. Instead of continuing to downtown Toledo, US Route 20 dives southerly along the west side of town, turning easterly again into Perrysburg. US Route 20 then serves Fremont, Clyde, Bellevue and Norwalk, paralleling the Ohio Turnpike to the south. At Oberlin, US Route 20 begins sneaking east north-easterly into Cleveland. This northern component to its otherwise easterly motion is maintained, following the Interstate 90 corridor along the south side of Lake Erie. Bound for Erie, Pennsylvania, and beyond, US Route 20 leaves Ohio near Conneaut.