Hotels in Ohio, USA
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Across most of the state, Ohio experiences a humid continental climate. Some of the most well-known cities include Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton and the capital and largest city, Columbus. For film and television enthusiasts, the state has been the setting for a number of high profile movies and TV shows including Freddy vs. Jason, Scream 2 and Rainman. When planning your trip, it is important to decide which city or cities you would most like to visit. In order to do this, compare hotels in Ohio along with the attractions and activities in their vicinity. In many cases, you will find that the Ohio hotel deals online make it possible for you to afford a longer stay or extra activities.
Top outdoor attractions in Ohio
For many travellers booking hotel accommodation in Ohio, spending as much time outdoors as possible is their main goal. This is particularly true for those who have busy city lives and hardly get the time to enjoy a stroll in the park, for example.
If you are up for a beautiful hike, then visit the Hocking Hills State Park. Located near Logan, this area has everything from lush green surroundings to tranquil waterfalls. There are also caves, various hiking routes and even camping facilities so you can enjoy a night under the stars. If you want to explore some of the most popular spots when staying in Ohio, make sure that you equip yourself with a map and make a note of places like Ash Cave, Rock House, Cedar Falls, Cantwell Cliffs and Old Man's Cave.
The Franklin Park Conservatory and botanical garden is located in Cincinnati, OH so you don't have to go far from the central city accommodation to reach a beautiful green space. Although this is a permanent feature, the plant displays are changed according to the seasons. Some of the greenhouses were built as far back as the 1800s and have been very well-maintained over the years.
Other things to do in Ohio
If you have had your fill of the outdoors or the weather isn't particularly playing along, then if you are staying in Cleveland, Ohio hotels, you can easily spend the day in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This fine museum is located on Cleveland's waterfront and is filled with a comprehensive account of the progression of Rock 'n Roll over the years.
The Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historic Park has both indoor and outdoor display areas. The museum is dedicated to the famous locally born and raised Wright Brothers. Among the many displays and features, you will also come across the Wright Cycle Company shop. If you are staying in Ohio and are a particular fan of aviation or history, the Wright Brothers National Memorial is located in Dayton. It was first built in 1940 but later rededicated in 1998 after it had some re-constructive work done.
If it's time to take a break from all the learning, why not make your way to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, and stay in nearby Ohio hotels? There are some impressive rollercoasters and more gentle rides for the little ones. There are even water rides if you feel the need to cool off.
The Fountain Square in Cincinnati is a lovely place for those who enjoy people watching. Pick up a beverage or snack, take a seat and watch the busy city go about its day. You could even be lucky enough to enjoy some free music or other performances.