Top 5 Ohio Blogs of 2014
By Meg Berno

From outdoor adventures and comfort food to quirky sites that are not to be missed – Ohio has something for everyone to enjoy.  Check out the most viewed blogs of 2014.

Which spots do you want to add to your travel list next year?

5. Paddle Ohio: The Top 5 Places to Kayak and Canoe

Ohio has an abundance of rivers, creeks and lakes perfect for paddling the day away – whether you’re searching for somewhere to leisurely float along or some rapids, Ohio has it all! Check out some of the best places to paddle.

4. Give the Gift of “Glamping” in Ohio this Holiday Season

Want to connect with nature without the bugs or sleeping bags?  Try “Glamping”, glamourous camping that is. Check out the decked out Yurts at The Wilds and book your trip today to go on safari at the largest wildlife conservation center in North America!

3. Treehouses and Cabins at the Mohicans

If you are a kid at heart, this is the trip for you! Stay in luxury cabins in the treetops of Mohican State Park. Don’t worry, there are cabins on the ground too if you are afraid of heights. During the day, try your hand at ziplining, hike, go canoeing or just enjoy the view with a mug of coffee and birdwatching binoculars.

2. Cheesin’ in the Buckeye State: 5 Must-See Cheese Stops

Love cheese? Yep, we do too and Ohio has plenty of “cheesy” destinations worth a visit. From the charms of Amish Country to family-owned cheese spots near Lake Erie (also great for wineries), you can make an entire weekend out of cheesin’.  Check out the second-most popular blog of 2014 and let your mouth water with travel ideas!

1. Five Crazy Things in Southwest Ohio   

So what’s the most viewed blog of 2014? Ohio loves quirky destinations! A follow up of to 5 Crazy Things in Central Ohio, the southeastern part of the state is equally as unique.  From the world’s largest horseshoe crab to an entire garden made of intricate rock sculptures to a museum focused solely on cardboard boats, there is no shortage of crazy things to discover.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the Author

Meg Berno is a freelance writer and Marketing Coordinator with the Dublin Convention & Visitors Bureau. Meg graduated from Miami University with a degree in Strategic Communications. Outside of work, Meg enjoys photography, writing and finding new places to explore in Ohio.