- The Northwestern section of Ohio makes up a very large region of the state, in which you can find Toledo, Sandusky, Fremont, Tiffin, Port Clinton, Marblehead, Galion, and Bellevue. In this area of Ohio you can find Milan, the historic village where Thomas Edison was born! Northwest Ohio is also full of state parks to visit and activities to get involved in, from fishing to boating to sailing and more. Visitors to the region also enjoy visiting the first ever presidential library and museum (located in Fremont) – the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, which is found on the former president’s property.
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Farrell House Lodge is an 1890s replica Southern mansion located on the grounds of Sunnybrook Trout Club. The lodge and club are tucked away on 130 scenic acres that are protected as a nature conservancy. The landscape plays host to an abundance of wildlife, and guests enjoy fly-fishing for trout year-round. A free-standing restored barn, is also available for multiple day rentals. more...