Ohio Vacation Homes: The Best Lodging for Ohio Vacations
Make Ohio vacation rentals your home away from home. In the capital city of Columbus, stay in an Ohio rental home and explore the picturesque German Village area and visit the Ohio Statehouse, the Center of Science and Industry, the Columbus Museum of Art and the Topiary Garden. Visitors can also explore the shops, galleries, clubs and restaurants of the Short North Arts District, and visit the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
Rent a vacation home in Ohio and visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland. Visitors can also explore the riverfront area, where restaurants and clubs line the boardwalk, and the Warehouse District, an area of restored buildings housing shops, galleries and restaurants.
In Cincinnati, guests of Ohio vacation rentals can visit the Taft Museum of Art, the Contemporary Arts Center, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History and the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Ohio’s most visited tourist destination is the Lake Erie Islands, which includes Kelleys Island and the three Bass Islands. Guests of Ohio vacation rentals can go fishing swimming, hiking, and bird watching. The mainland towns of Port Clinton and Sandusky serve as gateways to the islands. Kelleys Island is a peaceful haven of historic buildings and interesting archeological and geological sights, including Inscription Rock, with 400-year old pictographs, and Glacial Grooves State Memorial. The most visited island is South Bass Island, where guests of Ohio vacation rentals can visit the Lake Erie Islands Historical Society and enjoy the island’s lively nightlife.
Ohio has the largest Amish population in the world, but the Amish community is much less of a tourist attraction than in Pennsylvania.
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