Ohio Northeast Region Attractions

Northeast Ohio Attractions


Ohio’s first resort town. Entertainment strip with arcades, amusement rides, restaurants, entertainment, and more on Lake Erie’s coast.

MGM Northfield Park – Northfield.
Premier harness racing track, 2,000 square feet of casino games, nationally renowned entertainment, and dining.

Riverfront Square District – Cuyahoga Falls.
Riverfront boardwalk leads to art galleries, antique shops, unique dining, and live entertainment amphitheater.

Shawshank Trail – Mansfield.
Tour sites made famous by The Shawshank Redemption, including the historic Ohio State Reformatory.

Wagon Trails Animal Park – Vienna.
Take a wildlife safari with over 350 animals from 6 continents, including zebra, bison, camels, antelope, and more.

Food & Beverage

Das Dutch Haus – Columbiana.
Roasted turkey, chicken, noodles, soups, and baked good made famous by the Pennsylvania Dutch.

Mike’s Place – Kent.
Unique eatery with crazy décor and great food, from breakfast and comfort food, to award-winning BBQ, wings, burgers, and mega desserts.

Pickle Bill’s Lobster House – Grand River.
Dockside seating along the river, featuring all-you-can eat options of prime rib, Lake Erie perch & walleye, and seafood.

Smiley’s Ristorante – Massillon. 
Authentic homemade Italian dishes, pizza, and more in a historic family atmosphere.

The Feve – Oberlin.
Unique apps, wings, specialty burgers and sandwiches, creative salads, and full bar.


Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center – Berlin.
Spectacular 10’ x 265’ circular mural depicting Amish & Mennonite history in Ohio’s Amish Country.

Historic Zoar Village – Zoar.
Explore this 19th century German village with shops, restaurants, and restored living history museums.

McKinley Memorial Museum – Niles.
Birthplace Memorial to President William McKinley with monument, library, museum, and auditorium.

Olin’s Museum of Covered Bridges – Ashtabula.
Devoted to the area’s heritage and preservation of Ashtabula County’s 19 covered bridges.

Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens – Akron.
Historic 65-room Tudor mansion with 70 acres of artistically landscaped grounds and gardens.


AerOhio Skydiving – Ashland.
Learn from certified trainers, then tandem or solo jump for a thrilling, adrenaline-filled adventure.

Burning River Adventures – Cuyahoga Falls.
Kayak trips for all skill levels from 1 to 3 hours on the scenic Cuyahoga River.

Fernwood State Forest – Bloomingdale.
Over 3,000 acres in the Appalachian hills with 5 miles of hiking trails, scenic overlooks, and public hunting.

Funtimes Fun Park – Alliance.
Family entertainment center with mini-golf, waterpark, go-karts, batting cages, kiddie rides, and more.

Shale Creek Golf Club – Medina.
World class golf experience on 7,026-yard links-style course with strategic bunkers and beautiful layout.


Broad Run Cheesehouse – Dover.
Award winning cheeses since 1933 and Swiss Heritage wines bottled on site. Watch champion cheesemakers at work.

Hartville Hardware – Hartville.
With 7 acres under roof, it’s the largest independent hardware store in the nation, stocking everything you need and much more.

Mohican Country Market – Loudonville.
Amish baked goods, deli meats & cheeses, bulk food, fresh produce, poly furniture and more.

Ohio Station Outlets – Lodi.
Outdoor shopping mall with national and Ohio based retailers with vintage train rides for the kids.

Shops on Bridge Street – Ashtabula.
Peruse several specialty shops, including boutiques, unique giftware, original artworks, and gourmet foods.


Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center – See Behalt!, a 265-foot circular mural that depicts the history of the Amish and Mennonite people


The rolling hills of East Central Ohio give Carroll County a source of natural beauty that has long been appreciated by visitors and life long residents alike. The county offers a diverse range of vacationing ideas including events, historical sites, local fairs, recreational facilities, hunting, fishing and unique agricultural exhibits.


Charles Mill Marina is your source for all things boating! We are a full service marina and Ohio boat dealer for SunChaser, Smoker Craft, and Starcraft Marine. We have a large selection of new and used boats for sale including pontoons, fishing boats, and fiberglass boats, as well as outboard motors and pontoon trailers.


You can spot Creative Outlet – downtown Loudonville – easily due to the brightly painted awning and Indian designs. Creative Outlet is Loudonville’s original Craft & Indian store. Since 1979, we’ve featured original design handcrafted and custom jewelry, innovative silver, crystals, rocks and jewelry supplies.

Des Dutch Essenhaus – Amish-style cooking, Saturday breakfast buffet, fresh baked goods located in Amish & Mohican Country in Shreve, Ohio.


Historic Fort Steuben was built in 1786 by the First American Regiment for the protection of surveyors who had been sent by the Continental Congress to map the Northwest Territory. At this time the Indians in the area were hostile.

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Hochstetler Log Homes, Ltd. near Loudonville is your place to find the log home kit of your dreams. Hochstetler features dozens of log home designs from small to elaborate, and can work with you to create a custom log home too.


Can you handle all the local of Amish Country / Holmes County Tourism Bureau? We aren’t hip. We are authentic. Local is more than a trend here. It is hand-harvested vegetables, cheese crafted from the milk of family-owned dairy farms, the sheen of handmade furniture, quilts sewn with careful stitches, fresh-baked pies and cookies, small-town festivals and benefit auctions, handshakes and hugs. Sharing our legacy with you is a privilege.


Kauffman’s Country Bakery – Delicious fresh  baked pastries, breads, pies, and more.

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Keim – 50-acre complex filled with all your home improvement needs from lumber and hardware, to housewares and landscaping products.


Lehman’s – Voted the best place to visit in Amish Country, with thousands of treasures from yesteryear for the home, garden, and garage.


Medina County is the kind of area that truly has something for everyone. The vast array of festivals, shopping, attractions, historic architecture and eateries make Medina County a special place to visit and live.

Mohican Adventures – This Loudonville landmark offers family fun for everyone with go-karts, miniature golf, an aerial adventure park, and canoeing the scenic Mohican River.


Come visit Mohican-Loudonville Visitors Bureau and see the natural beauty of the hills – a sight for all seasons. Allow Mohican’s year round events take you to new heights in music and adventure. Discover why MOHICAN ROCKS! Take your time and have some fun on a canoe, enjoy the scenery and many historic stops along the way.


Mohican Country Market – Fresh, quality, wholesome foods in a friendly, clean facility. Meats, cheeses, baked goods, bulk food, produce, and more.


Whether you are in the market for a new or used boat, or are looking to come out and try one of our many new rental boats, Pleasant Hill Marina is your source for all things boating.


Ohio State Reformatory – Walk the same halls as history’s most infamous prisoners, where The Shawshank Redemption was filmed. Whether you’re hunting for the paranormal or simply looking to tour the beautiful architecture, you can find it here at The Ohio State Reformatory.

Pro Football Hall of Fame: All your favorite heroes and teams from the gridiron are on display here at this Canton treasure.


Easily accessible for both in-state and out-of-state visitors alike, Tuscarawas County CVB offers a variety of attractions, events, histories, museums, and shops that are sure to satisfy your traveling needs. Travel up and down I-77 and experience the big stories of small towns like Bolivar, Dennison, Dover, Newcomerstown, New Philadelphia, and Uhrichsville.

Visit Canton – Canton and Stark County boasts national attractions, music and arts, unique shopping, special events, outdoor recreation and much more.


Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market – Huge selection of vendors with an amazing selection of merchandise, all under one roof.


The rural charm of Wayne County’s rolling hills, lush woods, and scenic farmland is only the beginning of the offerings available to visitors and residents. An abundance of cultural activities and events make Wayne County a great destination any time of the year.


Youngstown Live – Experience all the Valley has to offer, from the revitalization of downtown Youngstown to Mahoning County’s endless opportunities for recreation and leisure.

Tourism Ohio promotes attractions from every region of the state, for all interests and age groups.