Ohio Travel Guide

Test your courage with Challenge Golf and the RipCord Skycoaster (like bungee jumping).

Time-travel to the late-1800s aboard an authentic mule-drawn canal boat.

Cleveland shines brightly on the map of new American food destinations.

The park offers host of family activities including a rock-climbing wall, miniature golf, and “Fort AMAZE’N,” a giant human maze.

Brace Yourself: No list is complete without mentioning at least one of the 17 roller-coaster rides at the self-proclaimed home of the roller coaster, Cedar Point.

Combine alternative gallery owners, steelworkers, celebrity chefs, and transplants from the old country, and you get an idea of Cleveland's Tremont District.

The property houses an indoor water park and themed rooms, including a “wolf den” for your cubs.

This venue has closed.

Witness primitive times during a tour of the 10-acre forest featuring a man-made volcano, rare trees, and life-size dinosaur replicas.

Explore the harbor with kayak rentals starting at $20.