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Follow the Ohio and Erie Canal into the past—and through an unexpected national park outside Cleveland.
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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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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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The 110-mile Ohio and Erie Canalway snakes south from Cleveland past Cuyahoga Valley National Park to the beautifully preserved village of Zoar.
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This 943-mile route through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois hugs the banks of the Ohio River and passes myriad historical sites.