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Ohio2018-04-28T10:45:17-04:00

Your next adventure starts here.

Summer in Ohio is open season on travel and fun regardless of your interests. Parks, natural areas and preserves offer miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing, boating, paddling, fishing and more.

Urban areas bloom with botanical gardens, downtown kayak runs, climbing walls and walking tours to enjoy architecture and public art. Restaurant, bistro and coffee shop patios become open-air entertainment venues where friends and families can enjoy creative, fresh and locally sourced foods and drinks.

Ohio zoos are known for their conservation efforts and breeding programs which means new babies to watch as they play and grow. Just as many of the zoo animals enjoy a refreshing dip in the water when it gets warm, Ohio has plenty of outdoor waterparks that will thrill kids just as much as the polar bears.

Four seasons, more reasons to visit Ohio.

The sweetest time to visit Ohio is during the spring when maple trees share their sweet sap. With its northern geography, Ohio is one of just 13 states that produces original all-natural maple syrup.

Get outside and enjoy the long sunny days in Ohio. Plan your trip around hundreds of festivals and events happening around the state, celebrating everything from jazz to strawberries.

Fall has many flavors in Ohio with apple orchards brimming with ready-to-pluck apples. Bring your family to walk through Lawrence Orchard in Marion where 26 varieties of apple trees grow.

Brave winter’s chill to race your friends down the towering, twin 700-foot ice chutes at The Chalet in Mill Stream Run Reservation in Strongsville. With 108 steps to the top of the hill, it’s the tallest and fastest winter thrill ride in Ohio.

Troy Strawberry Festival

Strawberry is the flavor of the weekend in Troy, Ohio during this early June festival. Grab some strawberry doughnuts, shortcake & more delicious foods! Anything is possible!

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Where to be!

Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Region, Ross County offers the ideal setting for outdoor recreation, historic attractions, ancient earthworks, shopping & dining and plenty of entertainment for all ages.

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Youngstown Live

Forty-five miles of scenic trails in Mill Creek MetroParks, seven wineries, challenging golf courses, and much more await you in Youngstown and Mahoning County! Visit beautiful Fellows Riverside Gardens, historic Lanterman’s Mill, and the world-renowned Butler Institute of American Art. Enjoy plenty of fun festivals and events.

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Invasion of the Big Bugs at Kingwood Center Gardens

From May 19th through August 19th at Kingwood Center Gardens, Invasion of the Big Bugs exhibit will be displayed.  These gargantuan bugs are sure to delight all with awe and wonder!

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Wayne County, Ohio

Part of the world’s largest Amish settlement, Lehman’s, The J.M. Smucker Company Store and Café, Everything Rubbermaid Store, The Ohio Light Opera, Secrest Arboretum, P. Graham Dunn Retail Gallery.

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