Ohio, birthplace to seven former US presidents and therefore nicknamed “The Mother of Presidents,” has an abundance of activities for every visitor to enjoy, like kayaking, museums, wineries, beaches, biking, birding, canoeing, fishing, golfing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, national parks, boating, skiing, water and amusement parks, day spas, halls of fame, zoos, and more.
Consisting of five regions (Central Ohio, Northeast Ohio, Northwest Ohio, Southeast Ohio and Southwest Ohio), Ohio has a lot to offer. Some key cities that you shouldn't miss are Toledo, Cleveland, Columbus, Logan, Wilmington and Cincinnati.
Nicknamed the Buckeye State, Ohio is the home to so many national parks that are - without a question - worth visiting. The First Ladies National Historic Site is located in Canton and consists of the house of First Lady Ida Saxton McKinley & the 1895 City National Bank Building that consists of seven stories. These two properties honor the achievements and lives of the First Ladies of the US throughout history. And, since it's called the Buckeye State and all...why not visit Buckeye Lake State Park? The Buckeye Lake SP in Millersport is Ohio's oldest state park and was established in 1826. Prepare to be exhausted after spending a day at this state park; the park has endless water sports and activities like fishing, swimming, sailing, canoeing, jet skiing, and more.
Full day excursions are also available for the whole family in Ohio. For the athletic family, visit Mohican Hills Water Slide & Riding Stables located in Loudonville. Here, you can horseback ride on guided trails through stunning forest and catch a glimpse of some awesome wildlife. Or maybe you could visit one of Ohio's oldest wineries: Firelands Winery, of Sandusky OH, founded in 1880. The winery is located close to Lake Erie and provides its visitors with award winning estate bottled wines and tours of the winery.