Ohio Camper 2024 NE Attractions


Akron Zoo – Akron. Animals from around the world with themed areas including Curious Creatures, Legends of the Wild, Pride of Africa, and Grizzly Ridge.

Bluebird Farm Park – Carrollton. Quiet trails for walking through scenic gardens, waterfall, amphitheater for concerts, toy museum, and gift shop.

Buckeye Imagination Museum – Mansfield. Hands-on play-based museum for kids, filled with interactive exhibits to encourage learning skills in children ages 2-10.

Pro Football Hall of Fame – Canton. National destination honoring NFL legends and history with interactive displays, memorabilia, and famous bronze busts.   pictured @ top

Secrest Arboretum – Wooster. Explore the 110-acre living museum of

plants from all over the world in colorful gardens on Ohio State University’s Wooster campus.

Food & Beverage

Bistro 1907 – Youngstown. Classic American bistro with a Parisian twist using locally sourced ingredients in a historic 1907 building.    pictured below

Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern – Twinsburg. Vacation dining atmosphere with award-winning menu in a cozy lodge setting overlooking a gorgeous landscape. 

Cask 307 – Madison. Premium wines from the Grand River Valley, with exceptional charcuterie & cheese boards, flatbreads, and desserts.

Fat Head’s Brewery – Middleburg Heights. Tour the brewery and sample famous craft brews, large menu with smokehouse apps, burgers, sandwiches, and salads.

Naples Spaghetti House – Steubenville. Serving authentic Italian fare since 1923, from pasta and antipasto, to sandwiches and homemade desserts.


Carnegie Center – Lorain. Former 1903 library converted to museum with exhibits highlighting Lorain history, with children’s history room and research library.

D-Day Ohio WWII Museum – Conneaut. Regional exhibits and memorabilia showcasing area contributions to the Normandy Invasion.

Ernest Warther Museum – Dover. Tour the Warther family home, gardens, and workshop and see the incredible wood carvings that made Warther famous.

Hower House Museum – Akron. 1871 Victorian mansion built by Akron industrialist & filled with family collections of furnishings and treasures from around the world.

Lanterman’s Mill – Youngstown. Observe pioneer ingenuity in the production of stoneground meal and flour at this historic landmark 1845-46 mill.


Beach City Wildlife Area – Beach City. 400+ acres of waterfalls, nature trails, rock formations, lakes and streams — ideal for hiking, birding, hunting, and fishing.

Jurassic Mountain Family Fun Park – Medina. Dinosaur-themed indoor adventures with laser tag, Nerf arena, jungle gym, bounce houses, and arcade. 

Lake Erie Fishing – Geneva, Ashtabula, Conneaut. Book one of the many charter captains at a Lake Erie marina to tackle walleye, steelhead, and smallmouth bass.

Mohican Adventures Fun Center – Loudonville. One-stop recreational facility with canoe & kayak trips on the Mohican River, adventure golf, go-kart tracks, & aerial challenge course.


Brothers Antique Mall – Medina. 2 Locations filled with antiques, home décor, hard-to-find collectibles and primitives from over 100 dealers.

Downtown Berlin – Berlin. Amish-area community loaded with craft stores, antique malls, specialty shops, and bulk food stores.

Grandpa’s Cheesebarn & Village – Ashland. Filled with specialty cheeses, smoked meats, honey, jams, maple syrup, and home to Sweeties Chocolates.

J.M. Smucker Co. Store – Orrville. Full of iconic Smucker jams, jellies, gift baskets, unique gifts, and souvenirs.

The Refindary Vintage Market – Jefferson. Vintage or rustic furniture and decor reimagined and repurposed into unique treasures.

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