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June 2022

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From outdoor adventures along the Great Miami Riverway to a record-setting streak of minor league baseball fun, here are great ways to see the city.

Walking the entirety of the 90-mile route that follows the path of the historic canal offers a look into the Ohio that was, the Ohio that is and our place in it.

Head to Erie, Pennsylvania, and western New York to find lakeshore attractions, quaint towns and plenty of fun to fill a summer weekend.

The beacons that stand along our shoreline illuminate our state’s long maritime history. Here are 12 places where you can connect with that heritage.

Food + Drink

From the forests of the Hocking Hills to the shores of Lake Erie, visit these destinations that show the range of Ohio’s statewide winemaking industry.

This longtime Clintonville neighborhood spot has a new look and approach, presenting a menu of Appalachia-inspired fare that highlights an overlooked American cuisine.

This Coshocton County brewery makes great beers and offers a place where visitors can enjoy the inviting farm atmosphere.


This Cincinnati Museum Center exhibition showcases vast American landscapes by way of 33 large-scale paintings from artist Michael Scott.

Ohio Life

Matt Gleckler’s northwest Ohio business carefully harvests wood from rural structures across the state.

The Oak Harbor resident is an expert in the birding world. We talked with him about the restorative and educational power of spending time outside.

Take heed of these pointers for being prepared for your outdoor adventures this summer, and learn how spending time outside is good for you. 

Born in Cincinnati in 1931, Tom Wesselmann became internationally known for his pop art depictions of female nudes.

The shiny, aluminum travel trailers are one of the world’s most recognizable ways to hit the road. Since 1952, they have been assembled by hand in Jackson Center.

Mary Martin crafts jewelry, cards and bookmarks using pressed wildflowers that grow on the property.

In 1932, the city held the first installment of this event, which was revived in the 1950s following a 14-year hiatus and continues today.