Ohio is shaped like a heart. That is why it is called the “heart of it all.” It is home to nine US presidents. Not only that, it is here that the Wright brothers, Neil Armstrong, and John Glenn were born.

You could say that Ohio is a birthplace of revelation and development. It might be small, but it is a densely populated state. Most of the natives depend on agriculture.

The Ohio River and Lake Erie are bodies of water which border the south and the north respectively. The southern terrain is hilly and gives into the Ohio River in the west and the Appalachian mountains on the east. Northern Ohio sees rolling farmlands in the west which turn to deep woods in the east. In the heart of the state, there are farmland plains.

Columbus is the capital city. It is surrounded by the Mountain province. Cincinnati is the loud and lively Historical capital of the nation. For some Rock’n’Roll music, Cleveland is the best place in the world. Newark is home to popular glass-making the industry as Akron is famous for the polymer.

Lake Erie is on the northeastern border of the state. This part of Ohio has several picturesque islands. You can take a ferry there, and enjoy the beaches, resorts, and beautiful wine tours. Headlands Beach State Park and Edgewater Park are fun to visit. Wayne National Forest has a stunning scenery of the Hocking Hills, you can go camping here.

Warren County is a whole package for visitors. The excitement of the water park on the beach, a trip to Ozone Zipline Adventures, Staying at Great Wolf Lodge are all great for an all-around family vacation.

Holmes County can also be on your itinerary, but it is a more traditional option to go with. Heini’s Cheese, Amish door and many historical monuments await you.

October 18, 2016 12:38 pm Published by

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