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The train’s whistle echoes through the park, and I pick up the pace on my bike, racing to reach the tiny red depot in Peninsula, just 30 minutes south of Cleveland...

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Guys may dominate the hardware scene, but there’s at least one gleaming piece of machinery that makes even the ladies grow as weak-kneed as any man staring at a ’69...

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A string of 1,200 garage sales transforms a scenic drive on Ohio's Lincoln Highway into a treasure hunt. Small towns, a haunted prison and great bargains await among farm-flecked landscapes.
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In 1817, German immigrants founded this communal village. To pay for their land, they hand-dug a 7-mile stretch of the Ohio and Erie Canal. Many homes are privately owned, but several buildings are...
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Every March, you can follow the heady scent of syrup to northern Ohio, where the Maple Madness Driving Tour links historic farms and modern sugarhouses—and one village has flapjack fever for a whole...
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Brick sidewalks, charming storefronts, good restaurants and plentiful green space make Worthington feel more like a small New England village than a suburb of Columbus.
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If you’re yearning for a few hours to shop, try local restaurants and learn some history, plan a jaunt to Historic Roscoe Village, a beautifully restored canal town in Coshocton, Ohio (75 miles...
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The Ohio State Reformatory and Kingwood Center are among the highlights of a Mansfield visit.
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The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad showcases the scenery between Cleveland and Akron.
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A city known for its lovely art glass, Toledo Mud Hens baseball team and pretty architecture also boasts a stunning cathedral, formal gardens and a great zoo.

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