- Apple Valley Lake
- Atwood Lake, Dellroy
- Blue Rock
- Brush Creek Forest
- Buckeye Lake
- Catawba Island
- Glouster, Burr Oak Reservoir
- Grand Lake St. Marys, Celina
- Grand Lake St. Marys, St Marys
- Guilford Lake
- Hocking Hills
- Huntsville, Seminole Island
- Indian Lake
- Kelleys Island
- Lake Milton
- Middle Bass Island
Recent Ohio reviews
"The 16 of us had a wonderful time. The home is comfortable and plenty big for everyone to spread out inside and outside. Golf carts are available right across the street and plenty of restaurants in walking distance. We even had a photographer do a family portrait at the state park."Guest: Denise69 Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014View listing
"The bed seemed unstable. We were afraid to move in it. One of the slats underneath the bed came out but my husband managed to put it back. I slept well in the bed but he did not. We are not lightweights either though he weighs 240 and I'm 190 so.... Everything else was fine though It was very difficult to get the recliner to go back to it's non reclining position."Guest: PHG Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 2, 2014View listing
"My group had the opportunity to stay in the condo for a 4 night trip. The Condo is very nice. The condo is very clean and very comfortable. The screened in deck is really nice overlooking the harbor. The condo is quiet and felt like a home away from home. The condo is close to restaurants and stores. I would highly suggest this to others looking for a place to stay."Guest: Luke Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 16, 2014View listing
"I've stayed and hunted with Broken Arrow Cabin for 7-8 years now but have never had the opportunity to bring my family for a stay until this past year. My wife and 2 boys (5-8) spent the weekend at the cabin without phones, ipads, laptops, and video games and we were amazed how fun it is just to sit around a warm fire and play checkers or talk about school and sports. The cabin was decorated with Christmas Tree, garland, and lights that made the stay that much more cozy. My kids had a blast as well as my wife who enjoyed just doing nothing for a few days or watching the birds from the porch with a cup of coffee in hand. Great getaway, always clean, and very relaxing. If you're looking for a place to relax and reconnect this is it."Guest: Rested and Relaxed Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: March 3, 2014View listing
Ohio Travel Tips
Things to See and Do from Ohio Vacation Rentals
There are many different interesting museums in Ohio. The National Museum of the United States Air Force is reputed to be the world's oldest and largest aviation museums. It takes up over 17 acres of space in indoor hangars. There are more than 400 different aviation models and related vehicles on display and thousands of other related artifacts. In Toledo, you can visit one of the nation's leading art museums. The museum has 35 different galleries and exhibits up to 35, 000 pieces of artwork. These range from paintings to sculptures and contemporary artwork. The museum has a strong educational focus and for this reason, admission is free. There is even a family center where children can learn more about art in a fun and interactive way.
For one of the best Titanic exhibits ever, visit the COSI Museum. There you can see original artifacts from the fateful voyage and explore room recreations from the ship. If you enjoy wine, you will want to spend some time exploring the wine region of Ohio. The Wyandotte Winery has a reputation for being Ohio's premium winery. Here you can taste some of their award-winning wines. There is also the interesting Shawshank Redemption Trail which takes you to the various places the movie was filmed.
Favorite Seasons to Travel to Ohio Lodging
Most visitors come to Ohio during the warm summer months. The season starts in June and runs through early September. The days are generally hot and humid with occasional rain showers. Occasionally, thunderstorms bring heavy rain and strong winds, but severe weather occurs less frequently in Ohio. The busiest travel season is during July and August. Many people travel north to Lake Erie vacation rentals to spend their summer vacation on the lakeshore. The winter months can get quite cold, especially in the northern parts of the state. The lake effect can bring heavy snowfalls to the Cleveland area. The southern regions near Cincinnati have milder climates which are almost sub-tropical, as evidenced by the differing vegetation and landscapes.
Visitors to Ohio
Ohio is s great family destination. There are many different attractions that fulfill a wide range of interests. The big cities attract sporting fans to watch games in the major leagues. Those interested in history and culture can spend their vacations browsing the many interesting exhibits at the various museums. If you want a leisurely vacation, you can head to the lakeshore of Lake Erie and enjoy some water sports in the summertime, or check out Hocking Hills cabins near the Hocking Hills State Park's caves and waterfalls.