I’m always on the lookout for unique things to see and do when I travel and my recent trip to southeastern Ohio did not disappoint.
Visitors can enjoy the largest inland beach in Ohio, take a leisurely ride on the lake, hike to the Kennedy Stone House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Largest State Park in Ohio is located in Southeastern Ohio.
Ranked as one of the Top 10 “Squatchiest” Places in the Country by USA TODAY, Salt Fork State Park has had over 36 Bigfoot sightings since the 1980’s.
Go on a Bigfoot Hunt
The Nation’s Only Outdoor Passion Play is held in Cambridge.
The 400-foot set nestled in a natural amphitheater is considered the most authentic re-creation of Old Jerusalem in the United States.
Dine in an English Pub 4,000 Miles Away from London.
The restaurant is modeled after the Prospect of Whitby which claims to be the oldest riverside tavern in England.
Spend the night in an Old Flour Mill
A former grain and hydroelectric mill, the Stockport Mill Inn and Restaurant was the oldest operating mill on the Muskingum River.
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