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- Cincinnati Sidetrips (13)
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- Getaway to Michigan (4)
- Hocking Hills (2)
- Holiday Lights (3)
- I Love New York (4)
- Intriguing Indiana (3)
- Kentucky Getaways (2)
- Lake Erie Vacationland (26)
- NE Ohio Amish Country (4)
- Pennsylvania Attractions (14)
- Southern Ohio Sojourns (4)
- Toledo Ohio (40)
- West Virginia Weekends (6)
- Youngstown Attractions (3)
Greenville Ohio Hotels
Are you looking for a place to stay in Greenville, Ohio. We detail the best hotels and bed and breakfast in and around town.
Hocking Hills Hotels and Inns
The Hocking Hills area of Ohio, in the southeastern part of the state approximately 190 miles from Cleveland, offers a sharp contrast to the flat farmland of central and northwest Ohio. These foothills of the Appalachians as well as the dramatic scenery, and lush forests are a great place to relax and get away from the city. Here's where to stay...
Ohio offers a wealth of family-friendly activities, including a collection of zoos, large and small. From the 183-acre Cleveland Metroparks Zooto the intimate Akron Zoo, Ohio's zoological parks offer a chance for young and old to learn more about the animals we share the planet with.
Ohio Fall Festivals
Cleveland and Northeast Ohio is the only area to host fun and interesting fall festivals. All over the Buckeye State there are harvest festivals, food festivals, and other fun, fall events. Below is just a sampling.
Mansfield Ohio Hotels
Mansfield, located halfway between Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio is home to ski areas, state parks, and the exciting Mid-Ohio Race Track. If you're heading to Mansfield, here are our choices for the best places to stay:
Hotels Near Kings Island Amusement Park
Looking for a plan to stay near Kings Island amusement park? The area north of Cincinnati offers a wide range of hotels in all price ranges. Here are a few suggestions: Kings Island, opened in 1972, is located in Mason, Ohio. The 364-acre family amusement park is open from May through October each year and boasts 41 rides, including 13 coasters...
Summer Getaways from Cleveland
Summer is the time for family vacations and leisurely getaways. There is plenty to do and see within a short drive of Cleveland. Here are just a few ideas.
Ohio's Indian Mounds
Ohio has more than 70 Indian mounds, burial sites of the Adena and Hopewell tribes--the "mound builders"--who inhabited central and southern Ohio from roughly 3000 BC until the 16th century. Many of these sites are open to the public, including the dramatic and fascinating Serpent Mound. Some even have museums and visitors centers accompanying...
East Liverpool Ohio - "The Pottery Capital of the World"
East Liverpool, located along the Ohio River in Eastern Ohio about 40 minutes west of Pittsburgh, is frequently dubbed the "Pottery Capital of the World" and "America's Crockery Capital." The city was once home to over 300 pottery companies, including American Limoges, Hall China Company, Fawcett Pottery, and Standard Pottery.
Where to Stay in Ohio's Amish Country
Ohio Amish Country Hotels
Winter Getaways from Cleveland
Winter Getaways from Cleveland
Fall Getaways for Clevelanders
Fall Getaways from Cleveland
Salt Fork State Park
Salt Fork State Park, located south of Cleveland near the intersection of I-77 and I-70, has 20,000 acres, two marinas, historic Kennedy Stone House, the Salt Fork Lodge, and the largest State Park lake in Ohio.
Waterparks in Ohio
Waterparks are the latest family fun activity. Learn about all of the waterparks in Ohio from the About Guide to Theme Parks.
Get Away to Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is just a two-hour drive from Cleveland. Learn about all of the fun things that city has to offer from the about.com guide to Pittsburgh.