Welcome to Ohio
From space/aviation history and presidential heritage to Amish Country and the great outdoors and more, Ohio offers a diversity of RV adventures in each of six geographical regions.
Start your trip with a visit to Northwest Ohio's Cedar Point, a 364-acre amusement park located on a Lake Erie peninsula. The park offers 16 roller coasters, including the world’s largest. Hop a ferry to Put-in-Bay for a Lake Erie Island adventure.
In Northeast Ohio, situated on the shore of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame chronicles the history of rock ‘n’ roll.
In Central Ohio, from the German Village Historical District to the Ohio Expo Center and State Fair there's something for every RVer in central Ohio.
In Southwest Ohio the historic Clifton Mill sits on the cliffs of the Little Miami River gorge in Greene County. Walk across a 90-foot covered bridge across the Little Miami River and enjoy the spectacular views of Clifton Mill and Clifton.
Southeast Ohio's Hocking Hills is a visually stunning network of caves, gorges, cliffs and dramatic rock formations. Explore Old Man’s Cave, the gorge rim of Conkle’s Hollow and Cedar Falls.
Named in honor of the first man to set foot on the moon, the Armstong Air & Space Museum documents the Apollo 11 moon landing in the astronaut’s hometown of Wapakoneta.
Ranked in the top ten museums of the country, the Toledo Museum of Art covers 36 acres with six buildings. More than 30,000 works of art represent American and European painting, the history of art in glass, ancient Greek and Roman works, medieval art, sculpture, and contemporary art. The Peristyle, home of the Toledo Symphony, is a work of art in itself.
Located in New Bremen, the Bicycle Museum of America has more than 300 bikes on display with over 1,000 in its collection.
Situated on the shore of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame chronicles the history of rock ‘n’ roll. Nearby, the Great Lakes Science Center explores the wonders of science, biomedical technology, and information technology through interactive exhibits, science demonstrations, an OMNIMAX Theater, the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, and the Steamship William G Mather.
Honoring football legends, the Professional Football Hall of Fame located in Canton offers historical insights into one of America’s most popular sports.
Historic Fort Steuben is a reconstructed 18th century fort built on the original site overlooking the Ohio River. Exhibits depict military and frontier life in 1787.
Step back into Ohio’s past in Kelton House Museum and Garden, an elegant 19th century Columbus town home that served as a stop on the Underground Railroad. COSI (Center of Science and Industry) features more than 300 interactive exhibits throughout discovery-based and themed exhibition areas—Ocean, Space Gadgets, Life, little kidspace, Progress, and an outdoor Big Science Park. In operation since 1876, the North Market is Columbus’ only true public market. Merchants offer a wide variety of fresh produce, meat, poultry, seafood, flowers, and specialty food items.
Built in 1802, historic Clifton Mill sits on the cliffs of the Little Miami River gorge in Greene County. Walk across a 90-foot covered bridge spanning the Little Miami River and enjoy the spectacular views of Clifton Mill and Clifton Gorge. Next door to the mill is a 1940s Gas Station Museum, completely stocked with original products.
Located in Fairfield, Jungle Jim’s International Market showcases over 180,000 products including nearly 60,000 international items, over 12,000 wine labels, as well as mountains of imported cheeses, exotic wild specialty meats, fresh seafood, and a dazzling display of 1½ acres of fresh produce.
Housed in a spectacular 1933 art-deco train station the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal features the Cincinnati History Museum, Duke Energy Children’s Museum, the Museum of Natural History and Science, the Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX Theater, and the Cincinnati Historical Society Library.
Fort Ancient features 18,000 feet of earthen walls built 2,000 years ago by American Indians. It also has several mounds like the one used by the Hopewell to track the moon and sun throughout the year.
A premier fine arts museum, the Dayton Art Institute houses more than 26,000 works of art, with more than 1,000 works currently on view. Have a high-flying time at the world’s largest military aviation museum, the United States Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Tap your inner geologist in Hocking Hills, where dramatic rock formations were formed by water eroding through sandstone. Explore Old Man’s Cave, the gorge rim of Conkle’s Hollow, and Cedar Falls.
National Road/Zane Grey Museum has three major exhibit areas: the National Road, Zane Grey, and Ohio art pottery.
The world’s largest serpent effigy, Serpent Mound, is nearly a quarter of a mile long. The head of the serpent is aligned to the summer solstice sunset.
A beautiful country setting of nearly 1,000 rolling acres awaits visitors to the Bob Evans Farm.