13 Castles in Ohio to Explore
Ohio may not be the first destination that comes to mind when you think of castles, but the Buckeye State boasts several properties fit for royalty.
Squire’s Castle is located in the North Chagrin Reservation which is part of the Cleveland Metropark System and a great spot to enjoy the fall colors.
Today you can travel to Central Ohio and take a self-guided tour of Mac-A-Cheek, a 19th century property and view the eccentric collection of the original homeowners.
Loveland Castle features towers, a dry-moat, hand tiled ceilings and a fine collection of period weaponry.
The Castle in Marietta was completed in 1855, and opened as a museum in 1994. Inside, you’ll see furnishings and other items from several of the families who lived here.
Ravenwood Castle is located in southeastern Ohio, minutes from the popular Hocking Hills State Parks and provides a unique lodging experience.
Built in 2002, The property features luxurious castle rooms, cottages and suites near Mohican State Park and the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country.