The easternmost state in the Great Lakes region is the state of Ohio. Known for its coal and steel in the southeast part of the state, Ohio is one of the most industrialized regions in the United States. The Erie-Ohio Canal helped link the Ohio River and Lake Erie for railroad service through the state, and with its natural resources, the state has thrived. Does that mean Ohio is a state that most vacationers would avoid? Absolutely not. Ohio is a state of unique beauty and small town festivals, all of which can be enjoyed from an Ohio timeshare.
Ohio is the home of three major cities, all of which have managed to take their manufacturing aspects and combine it with tourist attractions. Cincinnati is cultural hub with many museums, galleries, restaurants and shopping to enjoy. Cleveland is bordered by Lake Erie, offering visitors to the state of Ohio a place to enjoy water sports as well as miles of well kept parks and lakefront events. Columbus, the state capital, is also filled with interesting museums as well as universities and shopping. Of the three cities Cincinnati and Cleveland offer visitors an additional aspect of enjoyment: they are the homes of the NFL's Bengals and Browns respectively.
In addition to the manufacturing in the state, Ohio is also the home of the world's largest Amish populations in the northeast portion of the state. Visitors to this area will find beautiful handicrafts and farm produce. To the south is the area known as Ohio's outback, a sparsely populated area that offers visitors the wonders of Wayne National Forest.
What else can you enjoy from your Ohio timeshare?
- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
- National Football Hall of Fame
- Great Lakes Science Center
- Kings Island Amusement Park
- Geauga Lake
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