Ohio

There are numerous interesting things that one can do in the midwestern state of Ohio. It has a large area of 45,000 square miles and is characterized by good music, art, roller coasters, island getaways and outdoor adventures.

The following are some of the interesting things to do in Ohio:

Hocking Hills
The Hoking Hills State Park lies on 2356 acres and is just 3 hours to the south of Cleveland. It has wildflowers, plants, shady gorges, cascading waterfalls and steep cliffs. The park also hosts the hocking Hills Sate Forest that occupies 9000 acres. The forest itself is where tree species such as hickory, poplar, ash, maple, hemlock, beech, oak and pine thrive. Hikers and backpackers will enjoy the exploits of this forest, particularly its accessible trails and stunning scenery.

John Bryan State Park
It is located on 752-acre piece of land in Greene County. It is the ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts who visit Ohio. The park has the scenic Little Miami River running through it, a good spot for canoeing. The winding waterway exposes tourists to views of historical landmarks, majestic sycamore trees and towering cliffs. Anglers can fish from the river as long as they have valid Ohio fishing licenses. The river is home to smallmouth bass, rock bass and panfish. The park also has a trail system that is open to cyclists and hikers. There is a total of 9 walking paths to be traversed but there is also a single track that tourists can mountain bike for up to 9 miles. Rock climbing is also an option i.e. climbing 30-60 foot high limestone cliffs that provide a spectacular view of the park.
Lastly, there is a designated picnic area with drinking water, grills and tables, 60 campsites as well as a day-use lodge.

Put-In-Bay
This tourist attraction is a ferry ride away from Catawba and Port Clinton. It is a village in South Bass Island, Lake Erie. It attracts hordes of party animals, vacationers, cyclists, cottagers and day-trippers. Fun things to do here include enjoying the Blue Marlin pool bar, strolling through South Bass Island State Park, visiting the Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial, going to the Aquatic Resource Center as well as the Lake Erie Islands Historical Society.

Cedar Point
This amusement park is ranked second in size in America. It is popularly referred to as the roller coaster capital of the world. It has eighteen unique roller coasters. Other fan things to enjoy here are barnyard petting zoo, glass blowing, many special activities, thirst-quenching drinks, tasty treats, instrumental performances, themed shows, live entertainment, singers and dancers.

Cleveland Museum of Art
It is open 6 days in a week, Tuesday through to Sunday and admission is free of charge. It rests on 592,000 square feet that contains gallery space, atrium and chronologically arranged pieces. It is characterized by lush greenery, abundant natural light and plentiful seating.
The list above is not exhaustive as there are many more things to do in Ohio such as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame etc.

Conclusion
The above insightful information clearly indicates that Ohio is full of fun things to do that are just waiting to be explored.

 

 

 

 

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