display-2More than half the population in the U.S. live within 500 miles of Ohio, making it a great road trip vacation destination!

Ohio offers big city life in Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati. It is home to two of the top roller coaster parks in the world: Cedar Point and King’s Island.

The southeast offers outdoor adventure at a number of statedisplay-1 parks, glass factories and historical museums. Ohio also offers 22 lighthouses, most along Lake Erie, Amish country, the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Whatever you desire, you’ll find it in Ohio.

Use these guides to plan your next Ohio vacation:

  • Discover Ohio: A Historical Learning Vacation provides all the information you need to explore Ohio’s history, arts, outdoor adventures and big city living in one week.
  • Weekend Getaways to Columbus presents Ohio’s state capital city, including information on parks, activities, shopping, dining, neighborhoods and more. You might want to stay longer.
  • The Columbus Zoo, Roar and Explore Getaway offers guests the chance to see animals from around the world and play at the largest waterpark in the state. Experience the Columbus Zoo and go wild.
  • A Historical Drive through the State, a one week driving itinerary, lets visitors learn about Ohio’s early paddlewheel history along the Ohio River and discover Ohio’s close tie to the United State’s Space Program before wrapping up at Cleveland. It’s not the “mistake by the lake” anymore! This world class city has museums, nightlife, sports and culture to entertain anyone.