"One of the Fastest Growing Cities in the United States Beavercreek is located at
Interstate 675 and US Highway 35 in south west Ohio. It is 10 Miles from Dayton, OH.
Beavercreek is the largest city in Greene County and borders Wright Patterson Air Force
Base along the city's northern border. "
"The Canton/Stark County area offers gourmet restaurants, entertainment, nightlife,
The Arts, first-class shopping and Canton's growing reputation as Ohio's Golf Capital,
featuring 39 tournament-tested courses. "
"A trip to Canton/Stark County is full of great surprises! Why not consider us as a
hub for a tour of Northeast Ohio? With Cleveland's Rock Hall, Akron's Inventors Hall and
our own Pro Football Hall of Fame located along I-77, why not spend several days making
the Great American Hall of Fame Connection? For a change of pace, take a short drive south
through Amish Country."
"Chillicothe was founded on August 20, 1796, by proclamation and served as Ohio's
capital twice from 1803 to 1809 and from 1812 to 1816. Nathaniel Massie settled in
Chillicothe during April 1796. The name "Chillicothe" comes from a Shawnee word
meaning 'principal town.' "
"A Thriving City Center ... Included are the ... Gateway sports and entertainment
complex, one of the nation's finest sports and entertainment centers; Playhouse Square
Center, the nation's third largest performing arts center; the ... 57-story Society Tower,
the tallest building between New York and Chicago and the Bank One Center. The
one-of-a-kind ... Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum opened over Labor Day weekend,
1995... The Museum's nextdoor neighbor, the ... Great Lakes Science Center boasts the
largest Omnimax projection system in the world. The ... luxury Wyndham Playhouse Square
Hotel opened its doors in July, 1995, bringing the number of downtown hotel rooms to
2,500. Plans are under way for the Whiskey Island Marina, to be the largest marina on the
"East Liverpool, for the past 150 years, has enjoyed the distinction of being the
Pottery Capital of the World. Since the mid eighteen hundreds when suitable clay was
discovered in the area more than 200 pottery factories were started in the city.
Situated in the heart of the tri-state area, where Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio
share the shores of the mighty Ohio River, East Liverpool can be reached by car or motor
coach in less than 40 minutes from Pittsburgh, and just an hour's drive from Akron,
Canton, Warren, Youngstown, Ohio, Wheeling, West Virginia, Beaver Valley and Washington,
Within 10 minutes of downtown, visitors can enjoy museums, potteries, horse racing
and video gaming, historic buildings, restored mansions, dining, boating, water skiing,
jet skiing, fishing, sightseeing and camping in several area parks."
"Sandusky County---Located in Northwest Ohio, within one hour of Toledo and
Cleveland's Rock&Roll Hall of Fame, 30 minutes from Cedar Point Amusement Park! 20
minutes South of Lake Erie! Discover more....."
"Its ever changing products have ranged from farm machinery, steam and diesel
engines, horse-drawn carriages, military weapons, machine tools, castings, beer, whiskey,
cigars and cake mixes to automobiles, aircraft parts, safes and paper.
Three Historical Districts Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and
Downtown Walking Tours "
"Lake County, about 22 miles East of Cleveland, is off I-90 on Lake Erie. Blessed
with a New England ambiance, yet close to Sea World, and Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame, Lake County is one of Ohio's most productive, scenic counties. "
"Two major motion pictures have been filmed in Lebanon, the first being
"Harper Valley PTA," "Milk Money," and some scenes from "An
Innocent Man." Many visitors to Lebanon come here to enjoy the I & O scenic
railway that travels between Lebanon and Mason, Ohio. This is a one hour scenic railway
trip that brings many visitors to Lebanon to shop in our many historic antique shops.
"Welcome to the Mahoning Valley, an area built on a foundation of iron and steel,
soaring into the future. Located in Northeastern Ohio, the Mahoning Valley includes the
counties of Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana. "
"Marion has thirteen city maintained parks and playgrounds. Two of their more
scenic parks are Lincoln and McKinley. Tall stately oak trees abound in these parks and
there are plenty of shelters and fireplaces to enjoy picnics. McKinley Park features
"Project Playground", a complete outdoor gym for the young ones. "
"There are over 100 attractions virtually within minutes of Middletown. They cover
a wide variety of interests; from amusement parks for the whole family to Broadway quality
stage shows and international festivals. "
"Boasting 107 miles of shoreline, this IS the "Gateway" to the Lake Erie
islands. Located within one hour of Toledo and Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and
as close as 20 minutes to Cedar Point Amusement Park, you'll find a variety of sites,
recreational activities and events to insure you of a complete, fun-filled vacation.
"Simple gifts are the most precious, and Wayne County offers them in abundance:
quiet, wooded hills and rich, rolling farmland; Amish crafts, and old-fashioned down home
cooking; unique shops and historical sites. Wayne County's serene charms and convenient
location make it the perfect escape. "
Muskingum County is rich in opportunities for sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts. The
natural beauty of the area, finely developed parks and recreation facilities, and the
vigor of the people all merge to make the community an active and relaxing place to live
Three state parks and two navigable rivers make water sports a leading pastime.
Sportsmen come from far and wide for game hunting, fishing and athletics. Breathtaking
views of lakes, rivers and the city are commonplace. "
And my wife would kill me if I failed to mention, they are home to Longaberger