Discover Northeast Ohio

Northeast Ohio is riddled with natural areas and rolling hills, with Lake Erie to the north and the Pennsylvania border to the east. Home to Ohio’s National Park, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, this region draws many hikers and adventure travelers, as well as those looking for a quiet getaway.

Cleveland is Ohio’s second-largest city, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors each year to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You can explore Colonial History in Youngstown, which was founded in 1797. The fertile ground of Northeast Ohio has drawn farmers here for centuries, including the Amish who settled here many years ago. Ohio’s Amish Country draws many tourists each year, eager to learn about this unique way of life. You can enjoy hearty Amish cooking, stay in quaint bed-and-breakfast homes, go shopping for antiques, and visit several towns with an old-world European feel.

Northeast Ohio is also home to one of my favorite Ohio getaways, Ohio Wine Country, with over 30 wineries scattered across Ashtabula County.

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