Visited: July 2023 – 3 days

Cleveland is located on the southern shores of Lake Erie. It’s the second largest city in Ohio and is considered one of the major cities in the Great Lakes region. After the completion of the Ohio and Erie Canal in 1832, Cleveland became known as an industrial and commercial center, helping transport goods and people across more regions. While the canal was later abandoned, today it is known for its museums of art, music, history and culture.

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img_5804Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Visited: July 2023 – 1 day

Cuyahoga Valley National Park is situated in northeastern Ohio along the Cuyahoga River. The Ohio and Erie Canal travelled through the Cuyahoga Valley in the 19th and early 20th centuries, which helped put Cleveland on the map. The park provides plenty of opportunities to learn more about the history of this human-made waterway and contains several hiking trails to enjoy the scenery.

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IMG_6706Other sights in Ohio – National Museum of the US Air Force & Ohio Caverns

Visited: November 2021 – 1 day

Ohio was named after the Ohio River, which is one of the largest rivers in the United States. It is commonly referred to as the Buckeye State due to its abundance of Ohio buckeye trees. It features several major cities, has a rich musical history and offers a wide range of outdoor activities.

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IMG_6706Highest Point in Ohio

Elevation: 1,549 feet
Location: Campbell Hill
Visited: November 2021

In terms of highest points in the United States, Campbell Hill is very underwhelming. If you’re looking for a wow factor, oh wow will you be disappointed. There are no sweeping views of the mountains or panoramic overlooks of the surrounding area. The highest point is located on a relatively small hill, which is tucked away behind a community college.

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