Ohio has so much to offer. Here one will find everything from day time adventures to amazing nightlife. With so many bigger cities, there is an abundance of shopping and dining opportunities throughout the state. Thrill seekers have two major theme parks to choose from, while those looking for something a bit calmer can enjoy exploring Holmes County’s Amish communities. Accommodations in Ohio include quaint bed and breakfasts, hotels, and some great camping sites. The change of seasons adds to Ohio’s excitement, offering sunny beaches on the shore of Lake Erie in the summer and excellent skiing in the winter.
Ohio’s major cities make ideal vacation destinations. The state capitol, Columbus is the perfect place to start, head to Cleveland next. Here you’ll find the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Playhouse Square. Toledo is home to Owens-Illinois and Owen Corning and has some fantastic shopping and dining. Moving south one will discover Cincinnati. This great city is home to both the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University. Take in a performance of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra while in the area. This is also the headquarters for Kroger, Macy’s Inc., and Proctor and Gamble.
There is plenty to see and do while visiting Ohio. Cedar Point is a big draw. It is easy to see why Amusement Today named it the “Best Amusement Park in the World.” They have over 75 rides, including four roller coasters that reach 200 or more feet into the sky. The Christmas Story House is in Cleveland. Take a tour of the very home used in filming this holiday classic. Sports enthusiasts will want to check out Canton’s Football Hall of Fame, while families will enjoy the Columbus Zoo’s exhibits of animals from around the world.