Winding roads through the Appalachian foothills in Southeastern Ohio will lead you to a relaxing stay at the Stockport Mill Inn. This is the kind of place that yanks you out of our hectic modern times to peaceful days overlooking the Muskingum river. A popular area for motorcycle cruising, fishing, and Fall leaf peeping, Stockport is just far enough away from everything so there will be no distractions from your vacation.Read More
The John and Annie Glenn Museum is housed in the home where John Glenn spent his childhood. Locate in the small town of New Concord in Southeastern Ohio, it is the perfect showcase for his humble beginnings. Guests are treated to a one of a kind tour of this historic home and get to know the man who became the first American to orbit the Earth.Read More
Cambridge Glass is treasured by collectors who love the variety of styles and distinctive colors which were created by these Ohio artisans. While only in operation for just over a half century, the catalog is impressive. The National Museum of Cambridge Glass has over 10,000 pieces on display, including the very first one made in 1902.Read More
Richmond, Indiana offers plenty of outdoor fun for families with kids of all ages. From forest trail hikes to splashing in the river, this is a destination with real natural appeal. Disc golf, fishing, biking, and even fossil hunting will keep your family entertained for days.Read More
The Roadside Attractions coloring book features 25 drawings of famous kitschy stops, from the giant Longaberger basket office building to a field of concrete corn. The pictures are fun to color, and though it’s marketed as an adult coloring book, the images aren’t all overly intricate. There’s a nice balance between easy and highly detailed to suite your mood.Read More
Cantwell Cliffs, in Hocking Hills State Park, is unlike much of the Midwest landscape and feels more like hiking into Central America than Ohio. While we were amazed at the moss covered walls of other gorge trails, Cantwell Cliffs transported our minds even further afield. Maybe Tolkien’s Middle Earth would be a more apt comparison. Clambering over crumbling stone steps, squeezing through passages, and sometimes losing the trail in the undergrowth. Cantwell Cliffs is a challenging, but beautiful trail.Read More
Located in Ohio’s Hocking Hills State Park, the Cedar Falls trail is perfect for an easy hike. Less than a mile round trip, and without steep elevation changes, it provides a good combination of exercise and sight seeing. Visitors are rewarded with a picturesque waterfall at the end of the trail.Read More
Ash Cave is one of the shortest trails in Ohio’s Hocking Hills State Park and perfect for families. It is also wheelchair accessible, providing a paved path right up to the cave so all visitors can enjoy the beauty.Read More
Easily the most popular trail in Ohio’s Hocking Hills State Park, Old Man’s Cave consists of roughly one mile of winding paths along the stream in the gorge and to views of several waterfalls. The new visitor center is a good stop for info on the area and features some interactive exhibits for kids and modern bathrooms.Read More
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