Ohio Travel and Tourism
Ohio is an undiscovered traveler’s paradise. For many years, mystery and intrigue have shrouded this destination. Today we will reveal the best Ohio vacation spots and remove the mysticism and secrecy. You will gain an appreciation for the adventure that Ohio travel and tourism offers. We will explore romantic getaways and peaceful sojourns through Amish country to give you some great ideas for Ohio attractions and family vacations.
Ohio Family Vacations and Getaways: An Undiscovered Traveler’s Paradise
About Ohio – For the uninitiated Ohio is not known in its entirety. Many water sport enthusiasts revel in Lake Erie for it provides jetskiing, waterskiing, canoeing, kayaking, boating and fishing, parasailing and more. Wanderlust adventures await the restless. Thrill seekers flock to America’s #1 rated theme park, Cedar Point and Soak City in Sandusky. Others melt into the numerous campgrounds and the comfort of the homes of friends and family.
Northeast Ohio: How many people associate Ohio as just a sports destination in the metropolitan regions? Here are some of the reasons GuestQuest readers love the Northeast Ohio area. With Amish Country, serenity seekers revel in the historical lifestyle of this amazing destination with its unique shopping, crafts and quiet dining experiences. Ashland is appealing for its open spaces and country appeal. Mohican and Loudonville offers an ideal spot for kids and families alike. Camping and family travel is the specialty of Mohican based travel and tourism. Nearly everywhere you look, outdoor recreation in Northeast Ohio is found in campgrounds, mountains and valleys, RV parks and historical sites.
Northwest Ohio: This region features miles of Lake Erie shoreline, so you can spend a day at the beach or go fishing or boating on the lake, stopping at one of the islands that have become a destination unto themselves. There are also parks, biking trails and other activities for active recreation. Get inspired at museums celebrating the history of the area, and feel like a king or a queen for the day with a tour through one of many ancient castles in this area too. And then take a few steps back in time through Sauder Village, where folks handmade arts and crafts and show you where it was like 100 years ago in Ohio for settlers.
Central Ohio: History buffs and adventure-based travelers have reveled in the secrets of Central Ohio. There is much to explore in Central Ohio. You can travel through time to historic museums to reveal antiquated automobiles, locomotives and remnants of an era time has forgot. Or discover vineyards that dazzle with beauty yet offer a boutique wine experience that is unforgettable. Surround yourself in picturesque scenery and tranquility. Enjoy the mountains, open spaces and landscapes that are second to none.
Southeast Ohio: Southeast Ohio is the area of Ohio that is rural in nature. It is located in the vicinity of the West Virginia border. This area is majestic, serene and peaceful. At the same time adventure based outdoorsman flock to the parks, lodges and campgrounds. Southeast Ohio is ideal for family getaways to the parks, and nature lovers seeking a mountain, lake, outdoors experience with children or solo. RV trekkers and hikers migrating to the parks, forests and trails. Golfing enthusiasts and professionals that desire high quality courses with food and accommodations that inspire. Wine lovers and travelers that know how to enjoy life!
Southwest Ohio: Even today, the Ohio and Great Miami rivers provided transportation for people and products through river barges and canal boats. Such cities as Cincinnati and Dayton are where technology thrives and where the arts flourish and sports teams entertain fans and visitors. There are still naturally wild spaces to be found at state parks that offer boating, camping, fishing and wildlife viewings. Tourists often stop by the popular Kings Island theme park in Cincinnati and animal lovers really enjoy walking through the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.