Relax in Carroll County in East Central Ohio

Located at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in East Central Ohio, Carroll County offers you a chance to “retreat, relax and rejuvenate” from the hustle and bustle of this technology-heavy world. Only a short drive from Akron, Cleveland, Columbus and Pittsburgh, Carroll County invites you to relax and enjoy its rolling hills and scenic vistas as you enjoy its small-town charm.

The public square of Carrollton is surrounded by small shops, including four antique stores that invite you to explore the past Wednesday through Saturday. Bud’s Farm Toys has both antique and new agriculture-related toys to add to your collection. The Carroll County Arts Center showcases local artists with displays, classes and a reception for the artist of the month held the fourth Friday of each month.

Ashton’s 5- and 10-Cent Store on Main Street has all those things you [...]

Discover Steubenville in Eastern Ohio!

History, music, art and Nutcrackers make Steubenville OH and Jefferson County a destination all through the year. The area is rich in history, settled as part of the westward expansion of the country that began after the Revolutionary War. Twenty-five larger than life murals around the city follow its development from its frontier beginnings to its decades of industrial strength and as the home of important figures as Edwin Stanton. Step-on tour guides give informative presentations on each mural and some colorful city history as well. Self-guided tours are available at the Visitor Center for those who prefer to explore on their own.

From May through October, more history can be experienced at Historic Fort Steuben, a reconstructed 18th century fort on its original site overlooking the Ohio River. Originally built to house the soldiers of the 1st American Regiment and the surveyors of the Northwest [...]

Ashland OH Tourism Rich in Specialty Shops,
Car Shows, Fairs, Events and More

Rolling farmland and gentle wooded hills of Johnny Appleseed fame dominate the landscape and make antique hunts and auctions events for everyone to enjoy. Specialty shops, horseshows, ice cream socials, classic car shows, an antique tractor and engine show, farmers markets and free bandshell concerts make life especially pleasant. Take a walking tour of our historical district and visit the Ashland County Historical Museum, one of many fun spots for Ashland OH tourism ideas.

We host some great events including the Ashland County Fair and Ashland County Farm Tour as well as the Ashland Symphony, Ashland University Theatre, Ashland Regional Ballet and Chautauqua Storytelling Performances. BalloonFest, one of Ashland’s premier events, is held every year. The Balloon Glow, music, storytelling and stage performances, along with balloon races, make for a fun-filled weekend.

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Discover Mohican in Loudonville, Ohio!

The Mohican Visitors Bureau wants the opportunity to welcome you to beautiful Mohican Country in Loudonville, Ohio! Send for our 2020 Adventure Guide and you will discover why the Mohican area is an amazing four-season adventure destination for your family and friends.

Mohican State Park and Forest are home to our many recreational trails, including the only IMBA EPIC mountain biking trail in Ohio. Whether hiking, biking, snowmobiling or by horseback, the Mohican trails are full of scenic views and year-round beauty. Nearby Malabar Farm is one of Ohio’s most unique and interesting State Parks. Home of Pulitzer Prize winning author, screenwriter and conservationist Louis Bromfield, Malabar Farm State Park is a true working farm. We are proud to be home of the Mohican, a state scenic river, that runs along the Wally Road Scenic Byway. Known to be “Ohio’s Largest Recreational Complex,” the Wally is [...]

Affordable Year-Round Fun for Everyone in Streetsboro, Ohio!

If you’re looking for a safe, affordable and convenient place to visit, look no further! Come visit us in Streetsboro, Ohio, where we offer a memorable and fun experience for everyone! Streetsboro is located directly off the Ohio Turnpike (I-80), Exit 187 and is within minutes to Cleveland, Akron, Canton and Youngstown.

We have 9 exceptional and budget friendly hotels and 2 serene campgrounds. We also have more than 40 restaurants for your dining pleasure. Come experience many of the area’s over 60 nearby attractions with just a short drive including an enjoyable afternoon antiquing at the Streetsboro Antiques Mini Mall, shopping at Aurora Farms Premium Outlets, a train ride aboard the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, a walk in the park at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, a delicious glass of wine at ThornCreek Winery & Gardens, or you can try your luck [...]

Visit Shawshank Trail and Kingwood Center Gardens
in Mansfield, Ohio

Come explore The Shawshank Trail, live motorsports, and ghosts in one road trip. In Mansfield, you can follow the path of Hollywood on The Shawshank Trail, a driving tour of the 16 filming sites of the movie The Shawshank Redemption. Stand in the same place as “Andy, Red and Warden Norton” at the Ohio State Reformatory (Shawshank State Prison) daily between April and August, and other select times of the year. Explore the movie’s opening scene at Pugh Cabin at Malabar Farm State Park and take pictures of the “Brewer Hotel” (Bissman Building). Movie fans cannot experience the movie any better than at these actual filming sites. Trail map at

Travel the rest of the area’s trails! Ride over 88 miles of Bridle Trails through our parks. Connect quaint towns on our paved 18.4-mile B&O Bike Trail. Sip and [...]

The Gateway to Amish Country, Wayne County Ohio

The rural charm of Wayne County’s rolling hills, lush woods, and scenic farmland is only the beginning of the offerings available to visitors. An abundance of cultural activities and events make Wayne County Ohio Amish Country a great destination any time of the year. From the Ohio Light Opera’s nationally recognized lyrical theater in summer to the Wayne County Fair each September, there is something to satisfy every taste year round.

Known as the “Gateway to Amish Country,” Wayne and the surrounding counties are home to the world’s largest Amish population. Famous for their beautiful quilts and high-quality craftsmanship, the Amish people are also known for their peaceful ways and timeless lifestyle. A large number of restaurants, shops and stores feature authentic Amish products from food to furniture.

Numerous world-renowned companies call Wayne County home including The J.M. Smucker Company and [...]

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