Ohio has long been known as a family travel destination. With its world-renowned theme parks, acclaimed zoos, interactive children’s museums and scores of unique educational stops, Ohio offers families enough activities for a lifetime of vacations.
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Magic Waters Theatre is a unique rustic outdoor amphitheatre offering approximately four plays per summer including comedies, religious dramas, simple musicals, children's theatre and murder mystries. 2008 will be the production company's 26Bainbridge, OH Dinner Theatres
Old Pine Golf Course is a picturesque, well-maintained nine-hole public course in northwest Summit County. It is nestled in the historic Village of Richfield, Ohio on Broadview Road (Route 176). Our customers frequently comment on the quality of the greens and the challenging "sporty"Richfield, OH Golf Courses
Dakota's has a casual western theme with a menu which includes mouth-watering items such as hand-cut steaks, barbeque ribs, chicken and sandwiches as well as appetizers, salads and desserts! You can eat in, carryout or dine on our outdoor patio. And don't forget to stop by Dakota'Chillicothe, OH Other Attractions
Mentor Skateland has been providing Fun for all ages for 106 years! Fun for the whole family! Request your favorite Top 40 songs with our DJ at an open skate. Our sound system and flashing lights will keep you rolling along! Or, enjoy skating to organ music at our adult skates!Mentor on the Lake, OH Family Fun
The Pennsylvania House Museum is a 24-room former stagecoach inn, built in the early 1800's along the Historic National Road. The museum has an extensive display of antique furnishings, antique dolls and one of the largest antique button collections in the U.S.Springfield, OH Museums
Great Seal State Park is located in Ross County near Chillicothe, about an hour drive south of Columbus, or north of Portsmouth. The picture-perfect landscape of rolling hills and trees was the model for the historic Great Seal of the State of Ohio and is a modern-day dream for hikers.