30 of the Best Outdoor Places to Visit in Ohio + Printable Bucket List

Cuyahoga Valley National Park One of the highlights of the park is the 20-mile Towpath Trail, a bike path along the Ohio and Erie Canal

Leo Petroglyph Site The Leo Petroglyphs can easily be seen on a short walk from the nearby parking lot, so you don’t need to allocate a lot of time here.

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

Whipp’s Ledges Whipp’s Ledges are known more for their natural beauty than the artistic transformation of nearby Worden’s Ledges.

Malabar Farm State Park There is a primitive campground if you want to spend the night and enjoy the park after the tourists go home.