100 Best Midwest Small-Town Getaways
Ohio's old-fashioned charm
Coshocton Living history abounds at Roscoe Village (left) with rides aboard horse-drawn boats on the Ohio-Erie Canal.
Berlin This Midwest Amish hot spot village has tours, crafts shops and home-style restaurants.
Marietta You'll see lots of historic sites and old-time crafts in the area's first permanent settlement, along with boutiques and river cruises.
Lebanon This antiquers' mecca is also home of the Golden Lamb Inn, which is more than 200 years old and once welcomed Charles Dickens.
Logan From here, you can explore the rolling woodlands of southern Ohio's Hocking Hills.
Cambridge You'll find glass factories, shops and museums, as well as Salt Fork State Park, Ohio's largest.
Granville Hilltop Denison University looks down on a New England-style town.
Yellow Springs Funky shops and cafes line the streets of this free-spirited college town near a 75-mile bike path.
Zoar A Utopian community lives on, with the help of reenactors.