Ohio offers plenty of well-known and hidden things to do in the summer.
That goes for all parts of the state.
Explore those things to do below to help you start checking off the items in our summer fun guide.
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Thanks to several major tourist attractions, southwest Ohio is poised to entertain a plethora of visitors during the summer season.
Kings Island in Mason, the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force in Dayton, the Cincinnati Museum Center and the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden are among the highlights, sure, but there’s a lot more to see and do in this part of the Buckeye State.
A diverse stretch of the state, southeast Ohio offers numerous music festivals, a plethora of outdoor adventures and delectable regional food and drink.
Summer fun in central Ohio comes in all shapes, sizes, tastes and speeds: From a bright and vivid trip through a museum gallery to a quick and verdant zip above a forest floor and a cool and luscious sip at a lovely rural vineyard.
From pro football to the Rock halls of fame, a national park and the Lake Erie shore, a visitor could spend weeks touring northeast Ohio and not experience everything there is to see and do here.
But feel free to try.
Here are a few of our favorite places to play in Cleveland, Akron, Canton and surrounding counties:
There’s simply no excuse for boredom in northwest Ohio, where summertime dishes up a wide variety of recreation, relaxation and high-speed thrills. For the latter, check out Cedar Point’s newest roller coaster, Steel Vengeance, which opened this season.
Whether you’re into sports or museums, concerts or long strolls through the woods, you’ll be able to find somewhere to go and something to do all summer long.
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