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July/August 2024


From camping that the entire family can enjoy to a hike featuring one of the best views in the state, Ohio’s Appalachia region lets you choose your own adventure.

Spend a day at secluded Summersville Lake, dine at great restaurants, discover historic fire towers and chase waterfalls across the Mountain State.

From our state’s largest inland lake to a storied historic home turned museum, our Best Hometowns 2023–24 communities offer destinations that should be part of your travel plans.

Whether you’re a sports fan, a music lover or an outdoor enthusiast, there’s plenty to experience in Ohio’s Summit and Stark counties this season.

From live music along the Ohio River to small-town traditions, check out these festivals in the foothills. 

Chalk It Up!, a one-day event in the city of Vermilion, features works by artists and invites families to create sidewalk masterpieces of their own. 

Learn about cultures from across the globe at these festivals featuring food, music and activities for families. 

One of a handful of historic Ohio venues of its kind, Rabbit Run Theater in Madison has been hosting summer stage shows since 1946.

Food + Drink

Our state’s street-eats scene is on a roll. Whether you’re looking for beefed-up burgers, decadent doughnuts, global flavors or cool desserts, these spots are worth waiting in line for.

Across the state, you’ll find Ohioans celebrating the culinary traditions of their region. From goetta to fried walleye, here are a few food-based festivals to check out this season.

These mobile eateries have the basics covered, from giant burgers to thoughtfully constructed bagel creations to mouthwatering biscuit sandwiches.

It would be tough to find a better breakfast combo than these two. Luckily, these mobile eateries have you covered with inventive doughnut flavors and fun drink options.

From Columbus’ famous mobile barbecue to landmark restaurants on a roll to small-time stands that have been around for decades, these operations have earned their “legend” status. 

Satisfy your cravings with these food trucks focusing on all things sweet, from Hawaiian-style shave ice to gourmet funnel cakes to edible cookie dough.  

Embark on a journey around the culinary globe without leaving the state. These food trucks serve fare ranging from Latin American street food to Korean barbecue.

NAICCO Cuisine’s food trailer serves up tasty, traditional fare across the state, but its focus on sharing cultural traditions serves a larger mission. 

Chef Evan Papanikolaou’s restaurant serves the foods he grew up, showcasing high-quality ingredients in beautifully simple preparations.

This Ohio distillery’s bar offers a welcoming environment to enjoy incredible cocktails complemented by a lineup of great fare.


“Moment in Time: A Legacy of Photographs/Works from the Bank of America Collection” at the Taft Museum of Art shows how photography changed from the 1840s to the 1960s. 

Ceramicist Megan Young adds warm hues to everyday objects by way of her Sun Parlor Studio pottery pieces.

Ohio Life

Katharine Wright was her famous brothers’ not-so-silent partner, aiding her siblings Orville and Wilbur in their quest to get their dreams of mechanical flight off the ground.

This vintage bread crate comes from an early, Cleveland-based Nabisco brand.

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden executive director Thane Maynard discusses the role that zoos play in connecting us with the world.

On July 30, 1914, suffragists from throughout Ohio made their way to the capitol with a petition to put a woman’s right to vote on the November ballot.