From the shores of Lake Erie in northern Ohio to the rolling hills of Appalachia in southeast Ohio, there are outdoor adventures for everyone.

Did you know Ohio has prehistoric petroglyphs? Visit Leo Petroglyphs to see them and hike the one-mile trail that loops around the top of the gorge

Ohio’s first and only national park covers 50 square miles between Cleveland and Akron. You'll find great hiking trails, waterfalls, and historic sites

Worden's Ledges is both a natural attraction and a quirky roadside attraction.

Malabar Farm State Park has 12 miles of hiking trails, including the hike (or drive) to the top of Mt. Jeez, one of the highest points in the county.  

The Mohican region is known as the Camp and Canoe Capital of Ohio. But you'll also find camping, hiking and more.

The Hocking Hills region surrounding Hocking Hills State Park near Athens is an outdoor adventure paradise.

But one of the best kept secrets is found in southeast Ohio at The Wilds.

The Wilds is a safari park and conservation center near Cumberland is a great place to view wild animals in an open area rather than confined pens of a zoo.

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