Ohio Fall Getaways

With the temperatures starting to cool and the leaves turning, it’s a great time to explore autumn in Ohio. Thankfully, there are a ton of fun options for Ohio fall getaways with something for every kind of adventurer! 

Ohio Fall Getaways

Ohio Fall Getaways

These Ohio fall getaways are the perfect way to celebrate the season!

Hocking Hills

Beautiful destinations often make for the most romantic destinations and the Hocking Hills region of Ohio is definitely one of the most beautiful areas of the state. Besides the natural beauty found in the forests of Hocking Hills, charming inns and bed-and-breakfasts are found throughout the area, making it one of my favorite Ohio fall getaways. At Hocking Hills State Park, you can explore miles of trails with secret caves and breathtaking landscapes. While hiking is the main activity, there are plenty of fun Hocking Hills fall activities to explore during your getaway.  After a day exploring the natural beauty of Hocking Hills, retreat to one of these cozy inns or cabins, many of which also offer romantic dining options on-site.

Where to stay in Hocking Hills Inn at Cedar Falls, Cherry Ridge Retreat, Idyll Reserve, Hocking Hills Treehouse Cabins and Glenlaurel Inn


Sandusky, Ohio romantic getaway is a great idea for couples looking for a fall weekend getaway in Ohio. While indoor waterparks may seem more like a family destination, a couples massage at Spa Kalahari can really set the tone for your romantic weekend. On-site fine dining options await after your spa day. If you prefer to enjoy the outdoors, there are several beautiful nature preserves in and around Sandusky. Even though Sandusky is a lake town, there’s still lots of fun things to do in the fall.

Where to stay Hotel Kilbourne

Ohio Wine Country In Ashtabula County 

Besides hot cocoa, nothing warms you up better than a delicious glass of wine. This is why I think Ohio Wine Country is one of the best romantic getaways in Ohio. More than thirty wineries make up this fertile Ohio region along Lake Erie. Fall is a great time to visit to see the vineyards turning just like the trees. Spending a day or a full weekend exploring these Ohio wineries makes a great romantic getaway. Stocking up on your favorite wine means you can crack open a bottle at home and reminisce over your wine country getaway. The growth of Ohio’s wine region means other attractions are starting to pop up, including romantic lodging options.

Where to stay in Ohio Wine Country Vineyard Woods, The Lakehouse Inn and The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake

Ohio’s Amish Country

The simple lifestyle makes Ohio’s Amish Country one of the best Ohio fall getaways for couples. You won’t find flashy entertainment options here, but you will find a quiet place to escape for a few days. Charming inns and Amish restaurants serving up tasty comfort food are perfect for a weekend getaway. Explore locally-made wine and cheese, and check out the village of Sugarcreek, sometimes called the Little Switzerland of Ohio. If shopping is part of your romantic getaway, you can purchase high-quality Amish furniture and antiques in Ohio’s Amish Country.

Where to stay Inn at Honey Run, Carlisle Inn and Amish Country Lodging


This charming village outside of Columbus is the perfect destination for an Ohio fall weekend getaway. The New-England style town is full of adorable boutiques and cafes, with over 100 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Located at the heart of Licking County in the Welsh Hills region of Ohio, Granville has everything you need for a romantic weekend getaway. Choose from over 20 charming restaurants, including microbreweries and lush dessert shops. For overnight lodging, Granville has two historic hotels and several bed and breakfast inns to choose from.

Where to stay Granville Inn or Welsh Hills Inn

Whether you’re celebrating an anniversary, honeymoon or just need a couples getaway, these destinations make the perfect Ohio fall getaways!

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