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Region 1: Lorain, Cuyahoga, and Medina Counties

Things to Do

Nautica Queen, Cleveland, Ohio

Nautica Queen

Enjoy scenic lunch and sunset cruises featuring lavish buffets, entertainment, and spectacular views of the Downtown Cleveland skyline.  Cruises available April through New Year's Eve. Read More

Hyatt Place Cleveland/Independence

Completely renovated hotel 7 miles South of downtown Cleveland.  Over-sized, roomy rooms, breakfast and WiFi included.  Ample free parking, indoor pool, fitness center, 24/7 food and beverage. Read More

Ohio Station Outlets

Ohio Station Outlets is a 311,478 square-foot turn-of-the-century outlet mall featuring vintage trains and over 60 fabulous outlet stores. Ohio Station Outlets feature a lineup of nationally-known retail brands, including ... Read More

Mavis Winkle’s Irish Pub

Best value in FOOD, DRINKS and SERVICE. WHERE the LOCALS GO!  HUGE ETHNIC-RICH MENU representing the roots of NE Ohio!  DINE-IN or ... Read More

Buckin’ Ohio

Buckin' Ohio Pro Bull Riding - Action-packed, edge-of-your-seat entertainment.  Family fun.  Pre-show activities.  Great food.  Join us at the Ranch. Read More


The Maltz Museum welcomes all school students and educators with free admission on Saturday, March 24, with special screening of a short Stop the Hate® film chronicling the impact of ... Read More

Recent Blog Entries

Come Explore the Possibilities in Medina County…

With our ‘Small Town Atmosphere and Big City Flavor’ we make a wonderful place to visit with family, friends or just on your own. We offer great food, fun, festivals, events, history, museums, parks, shopping, farmers markets, things to see and do. Castle Noel, a year-round Christmas entertainment complex.  Shopping in our many unique shops

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Time to Celebrate the Season in Northern Ohio

DID SOMEONE SAY APPLE PIE? It’s that time of year again when Ohioans celebrate the harvest of Ohio apples; those perfect pieces of fruit that we can eat right off the tree, slice them up and bake them or cook them down to make apple butter or applesauce.  Many childhood memories include a ride to

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