Some popular destinations in Ohio include...
Columbus, the state capital, is the largest city
in Ohio and the 15th largest city in the United States. Go see some college
or professional sporting events, spend an evening enjoying fine dining and the
nightlife, choose from a wide variety of accommodations such as hotels, bed
and breakfasts and spa resorts, spend the day shopping or getting some fresh
air with some outdoor recreation.
The Hocking Hills region is located in Southeast Ohio.
Rivers and streams snake through deep gorges enveloped by soaring rock faces.
Dense forests offer respite to an unbelievable array of flora and fauna
and for world-weary travelers. Tens of thousands of acres of state parks and
state and national forest offer world-class hiking and adventure, as well as
quiet spots to simply get away from it all.
Cincinnati boasts great arts, beautiful scenery, and fun sports to keep visitors
busy year round. Known for it's fine dining with a variety of cuisines and beautiful
views of the Cincinnati skyline. You will find
world-class museums, top-notch performing arts, a top-rated zoo, a new aquarium,
historic sites, professional sports and so much more.
Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland
is part of the Great Lakes Region, the country's largest fresh water resource.
The Greater Cleveland area extends 100 miles along the Lake Erie shoreline and
more than 40 miles inland. Enjoy thrilling attractions like the Rock and Roll
Hall of Fame and Museum, Great Lakes Science Center, Steamship William G. Mather
Maritime Museum and the U.S.S. Cod Submarine Museum.
The city of Toledo is the fourth largest city in Ohio,
located approximately 75 miles east of the Ohio-Indiana border. Here you can
visit the Toledo Museum of Art, the Toledo Zoo, the Center of Science and Industry
(COSI) and the Valentine Theatre. The Metroparks in the Toledo area offer over
8,500 acres of some of the most scenic and important natural areas in Northwest