This summer, grab the family and the kids and head out to some of these many wonderful Ohio trip and travel sites and attractions, and get ready to have a most memorable time too.

The Castle Inn Bed & Breakfast is Central Ohio’s most unique romantic retreat. Located in Circleville, the Castle Inn is convenient to downtown Columbus, Chillicothe & the Hocking Hills. We offer heart-shaped Jacuzzi suites, couples massages, and every stay includes hot breakfast the following morning. The Castle Inn is also the perfect location for small indoor weddings & elopements, outdoor weddings in our walled garden, bridal & baby showers, and children’s birthday parties. Our most popular event is our monthly Murder Mystery where our guests are the characters!
http://www.castleinn.net/

Located in central Ohio, just 30 miles northwest of downtown Columbus, Union County OH tourism offers visitors a unique combination of the present and the past with its many tourism spots. [...]

Welcome to the wonderful world of ballooning, filled with beauty, excitement and adventure. Break free of the earth’s bonds and float skyward. Hot air ballooning has been described in many ways, but the tranquility experienced floating above the earth in a balloon may just be the closest thing to total freedom you’ll ever experience.

A Hot Air Balloon Flight from Balloon Masters is the perfect way to make any anniversary, birthday, or special occasion an unforgettable event. You can propose to your special someone and even get married in the balloon, while you are peacefully floating over the countryside.

Balloon Masters pilots are commercially rated and insured with over twenty-eight years experience flying hot air balloons. Our Hot Air Balloons are certified and registered with the FAA.

Hot Air Balloon rides are available every day that weather permits, year round.

Balloon Master’s, Inc.
7283 Kirkdale Drive
Blacklick, Ohio 43004
614-870-2539
www.balloonmastersinc.com� [...]

Located just 30 miles northwest of downtown Columbus, Union County, Ohio offers visitors a unique combination of the present and the past.

Discover local attractions like our 7 covered bridges or the Big Darby Plains Scenic Byway; explore how things are handcrafted at places like Phoenix Bat Company and Fulton Creek Dairy; or savor the unique shopping, winery tours and eateries of the county. Union County is also home to many festivals and fairs including the annual Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival. Held the third weekend of September, the festival includes an elegant Dinner on the Bridge, a full day of festival activities including bluegrass music, old-fashioned games, antique and food vendors, a pie baking contest, pumpkin carver, wagon rides, community church service, and so much more.

For more information about Union County, call (800) 642-0087 or visit www.unioncounty.org.

Save time and money this season enjoying family fun in Coshocton, Ohio, with everything from hot air balloons to traditional Appalachian music, to 1800s history, to wineries and outdoor fun.

Coshocton is home to the Monticello III Horse-drawn Canal Boat ride (www.visitcoshocton.com/horse-drawn-canal-boat) and the restored 1800s canal era town of Historic Roscoe Village (www.RoscoeVillage.com). Roscoe Village features charming shops, restaurants and tours of the historic buildings that showcase life in the 1800s, where visitors can interact with traditional artisans, meet an 1800s doctor and participate in an old-fashioned one-room school lesson.

Shopping and dining in Roscoe Village is a delight. With stores containing jewelry, handcrafted leather goods, ladies apparel, gourmet foods, Vera Bradley, homemade fudge, antiques, flowers & plants, gifts, pottery, wine, kitchen wares, home décor, garden accents and more, it is easy to spend a leisurely day here. Dining is also a pleasure for [...]

This summer Pepsi Max is sponsoring the Auto Smarts Cruise In Tour with events throughout Ohio including live remote events, fundraisers, and ultimately a car giveaway.  Coming events including the July 12th-13th Cruise In for the Arthritis Foundation in Dublin, Ohio and Grove City Cruise & Ride at the YMCA in Grove City.  For more information and a complete list of dates, visit AutoSmartsRadio.com.

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Save time and money this season enjoying family fun in Coshocton, Ohio, with everything from hot air balloons to traditional Appalachian music, to 1800’s history, to wineries and outdoor fun.

Coshocton is home to the Monticello III Horse-drawn Canal Boat ride (www.visitcoshocton.com/horse-drawn-canal-boat) and the restored 1800’s canal era town of Historic Roscoe Village (www.RoscoeVillage.com). Roscoe Village features charming shops, restaurants and tours of the historic buildings that showcase life in the 1800’s, where visitors can interact with traditional artisans, meet an 1800’s doctor and participate in an old-fashioned one-room school lesson.

Shopping and dining in Roscoe Village is a delight. With stores containing jewelry, handcrafted leather goods, ladies apparel, gourmet foods, Vera Bradley, homemade fudge, antiques, flowers & plants, gifts, pottery, wine, kitchen wares, home décor, garden accents and more, it is easy to spend a leisurely day here. Dining is also [...]

Family-fun establishments abound in Marion, Ohio. NEW THIS YEAR – the Lincoln Park Family Aquatic Center is more than just a pool that offers dual slides, a lazy river, splash zones and lily pads to fill a sunny day. Have fun putting a round of miniature golf, playing games at the family arcade, roller skating, bowling and more, or choose the new Marion Tallgrass Trail on Holland Road and get out your bikes and ride.

Then add a little history… Marion is touted as the home of Warren G. Harding, the 29th President of the United States. A visit to Marion would not be complete unless you included the Harding Home in your itinerary. The Harding Home was built for Warren G. Harding and Florence Kling Harding during their engagement, and they married there on July 8, 1891. The Hardings lived in the [...]

Whether it’s antiques, fine art, breathtaking scenery, a hike to Old Man’s Cave or a getaway in a woodland cabin, you’ll find it all just outside Logan in southeast Ohio.

The Hocking Hills area offers world-class outdoor adventure in a gorgeous backdrop. With hiking, zip lining, canoeing, backpacking, rappelling, horseback riding and fishing, every outdoor activity is represented. The Hocking Hills is the Canopy Tour Capital of the Midwest, with more zip lines than any other destination in the Midwest.

The streets of downtown Logan are filled with unique gift stores, antique malls, art and craft collections, cafes and restaurants. Shops feature creations by local artists and many offer workshops and classes on topics such as basket weaving, woodcarving and photography.

A wide variety of accommodations guarantee that travelers can find a place to stay that will fit any budget and [...]

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