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Whether you want to explore the great outdoors, enjoy a cosmopolitan getaway, or get a taste of both, Ohio has it all. Book the perfect Ohio vacation rental in Cleveland, Toledo, or anywhere in between, and start planning your trip to the Buckeye State.
Best Cities to Visit in Ohio
As the state capital, Columbus is home to some of Ohio's premier institutions. Tour the Ohio Statehouse, take a stroll through the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, and interact with hands-on exhibits at the Center of Science and Industry.
Like many Rust Belt cities, Cleveland is in a continual state of transformation. From great music to contemporary art to green spaces, you'll find it all emerging in this down-to-earth city. Prepare to be impressed at the Great Lakes Science Center, marvel at centuries of art at the Cleveland Art Museum, and golf or surf at one of the Cleveland Metroparks.
For a hint of the South, look no further than Cincinnati, which is located on the banks of the Ohio River. Stop and smell the flowers at the Irwin M. Krohn Conservatory, explore three museums in one at the Cincinnati Museum Center, and catch an opera or a ballet you won't soon forget at the city's Music Hall.
Located on Ohio's northwestern edge and the shores of Lake Erie, Toledo prides itself on being the Water Recreation Capital of the Midwest. This is the place to be if you're looking for a refreshing swim, a fishing trip, or a hike through Toledo's Metroparks. The city also has a growing art scene with highlights such as the Toledo Museum of Art and the Toledo Symphony Orchestra.
Top Activities in Ohio
No trip to Ohio is complete without a visit to one of the state's most beloved museums. At Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, you can see everything from artifacts that tell the story of rock to outfits worn by your favorite stars, and you'll hear classic songs from the genre's top artists throughout the museum.
Just outside of Cincinnati, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions that explore the stories of local and national heroes from the Underground Railroad until today. This center continues to lead the conversation on freedom, making it an inclusive stop for travelers of all kinds.
Explore the great outdoors in Hocking Hills State Park, about 50 miles southeast of Columbus. Here you'll find sweeping vistas, great hiking, and zip lining and skybridges. Just south of Cleveland, Cuyahoga Valley National Park features more than 150 miles of hiking trails, beautiful waterfalls, and free music festivals.
Why You Should Visit Ohio
Whether you'd rather stay in a contemporary condo in Columbus or a rustic cabin in the Hocking Hills region, you'll have your pick of family-friendly Ohio vacation rentals in the city or the country. Get away from it all, or find the perfect place in the center of the action.
Now that you know all that the Buckeye State has to offer, book the best Ohio vacation rental for your group, and make your way to the Midwest.