Looking for outdoor attractions in Ohio? We’re sharing 30 of our favorite outdoor places to visit in Ohio to show you how diverse our state is.
Visit Leo Petroglyphs and Nature Preserve near Jackson for a unique experience and see one of two examples of petroglyphs in Ohio.
Malabar Farm State Park is a popular spot to hike but what most people don’t know is that the Butter Nut Trail leads to a cave you can enter!
If you’re bored and looking for something free to do in southeastern Ohio, why not check out our Hocking Hills scavenger hunt? Just print it out and go!
If you’re bored and looking for something free to do in north-central Ohio why not check out this Mansfield Ohio scavenger hunt? Just print it out and go!
If you’re looking for a romantic treehouse getaway you’ll find what you’re looking for right here in Ohio, including the brand new Silver Bullet.
Nestled just east of the Columbus Metropolitan Library in downtown Columbus is the one of a kind, unique interpretation of Georges Seurat’s post-impressionist painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Isle of La Grand Jatte, located in the Topiary Park in Old Deaf School Park. This unique park boasts the only known topiary garden that is…
You’ll find Ohio is home to 27 scenic byways that are perfect for a spring, summer, fall and yes, even a winter road trip exploring the beautiful scenery.