Ohio Hotel Reservations
Ohio Lake Erie Shore Cities
Check Out Cleveland, Sandusky & Elyria
Sailing on Lake Erie
Ohio is known as an election swing state, the “birthplace of aviation,” and is commonly referred to as the Buckeye State.
But what you’ll discover on your trek through the state is that Lake Erie is a major draw for entertainment – all year around.
Head east along the shoreline and find Cleveland – a delightful destination any time of year.
Cleveland, set just inland from the waters of Lake Erie, sees it’s fair share of visitors every year. From the soon-to-be high school grads touring the campus of Cleveland State University, to film buffs and movie goers attending the Cleveland International Film Festival.
For Ohioans and visitors to the northern reaches of the state, Lake Erie is a hub of tourism and recreation during the summer. Check out Lake Erie from Elyria, or Bowling Green and fish the shores or take your boat out and tool around – if you’re boatless, there are a number of charter companies in the area, and boat rentals.
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Area Visitor Favorites
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