Frequently Asked Questions

You can order a free map at the Ohio Department of Transportation website here. The official Ohio Visitor Guide and seasonal Calendar of Events can be ordered online here or by calling 1-800-BUCKEYE.

Our toll-free travel hotline is a great way for potential visitors to learn about all Ohio has to offer. Travel counselors have direct access to the Ohio.org Listing & Events Database and are able to answer many questions while on the line with callers. In addition, callers can order Ohio Tourism publications, including the Ohio Travel Guide and Ohio Calendar of Events, with one simple call.

Check out our full calendar of events here. This database includes information such as hours of operation and admission prices, as well as ideas for that perfect weekend getaway or family vacation.

Check out our database of Ohio destinations here. This database includes information such as hours of operation and admission prices, as well as ideas for that perfect weekend getaway or family vacation.

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Eleven Tourist Information Centers (TICSs) strategically located at the state entry-points to Ohio’s Interstate System, provide tourism information, directions, maps and brochures to over twenty-five million travelers who visit or drive through Ohio annually.

Ohio is in the Eastern Time zone. Local time changes when Daylight Saving Time begins and ends.

Check out the average monthly temperatures, precipitation and more for Ohio cities from U.S. Climate Data.

The Ohio Department of Transportation offers a variety of resources to help plan your Ohio getaway.
For current traffic, road conditions and closures visit Ohgo.com

For traffic alerts and information on Twitter use Kno B4 U Gofrom ODOT

For Ohio Turnpike traffic alerts visit here.

Ohio Department of Natural Resourcesis the source for the most up-to-date state parks, forests, wildlife areas, natural areas, hunting and camping information such as locations, upcoming events, weather conditions and safety alert communications.

For information on the great rivers, creeks, and lakes perfect for paddling the day away in Ohio click here: https://watercraft.ohiodnr.gov/watertrails

Visit Ohio’s Wildlife Licensing Systemto purchase your hunting and fishing licenses online.

For detailed information and regulations on hunting, fishing, as well as wildlife viewing, hiking trails and boating safety, visit Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

1-800-BUCKEYE is Ohio’s toll-free travel hotline and a great way for potential visitors to learn about all Ohio has to offer.