There are many things to do and see whilst on holiday to Ohio. You will have an endless array of choices, and there is something to interest every visitor. A holiday rental home in Ohio will put you close to history, art and outdoor adventures. You will want to return again and again.
There is plenty of opportunity for outdoor activities whilst on holiday to Ohio. Lake Erie provides the chance for swimming, boating, fishing and even surfing. Go hiking or cycling on one of many well-marked trails. Explore caves or spend an afternoon browsing antique stores in search of unique treasures. A stop to vineyard will give you a chance to participate in a wine tasting or just enjoy the beauty of the grounds.
There are many popular attractions in Ohio. Of course, which ones you will be closest to depends on exactly where in Ohio your holiday rental home is located. Here are some examples of popular Ohio attractions. In Sylvania you can see fossils that are more than 350 million years old. These fossils were left behind by dinosaurs that once made their home here. There are very large Amish communities in Ohio. Some Amish families allow visitors to tour their home. You can also buy handmade quilts, canned goods and other Amish-made products. The Underground Railroad had a strong presence here and you can trace the steps of those who helped to free hundreds of slaves. You will also find water parks, amusement parks and a number of museums. Ohio has something to interest visitors of all ages.
Ohio winters are typically chilly, but not as frigid as in some other parts of the country. The summers are warm and pleasant. During the winter months the average low temperatures are between -7° and 1° C and average highs are between 3° to 12° C. During the spring the average lows are 4° to 10° C and the highs are 11° to 18° C. During the summer the average lows are 16° to 18° C and the average highs are 28° to 30° C. On average there is between 61 and 116 mm of precipitation per month. Some portions of the state get much more snow than others during the winter months.
Some of the largest airports in Ohio are Port Columbus Airport (CMH), Cleveland Airport (CLE), Toledo Airport (TOL), Akron Airport (CAK) and Dayton Airport (DAY). Some areas in Ohio have decent public transportation, but you will likely need a car for use during your stay.