Eyering Wetlands Metropark is an Ashtabula County Metropark that was opened in October 2017. Eyring Wetlands was the 5th Ashtabula County Metropark to open to the public since the 2014 park levy was passed. It is located in Geneva Ohio on 52 acres that were donated by conservationist Don Eyring. The Property was once a cornfield and dairy farm that was converted to wetlands over the years by Eyring and his colleagues, naturalist Herb Janke and biology professor Dr. Ed Hauser of Lakeland Community College.
Vineyard Woods is located in the heart of the Grand River Valley wine region and offers a relaxing and scenic lodging experience. The Villa and Cottages at vineyard woods are the perfect settings for a romantic weekend getaway or just a great place to stay if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Vineyard Woods currently offers 4 lodging options, 3 located in the Vineyard Villa and one in the private Oak Cottage. More cottages are underway for the future.
Hogback Ridge is a 629 acre park located in Madison Ohio, it is bordered by the Grand River and Mill Creek. The park is named Hogback Ridge because it is on a high narrow ridge of land bordered on two sides by steep valleys making the ridge resemble the spine of a hog. The park boasts a 1,300-foot wheelchair accessible boardwalk and overlook deck that offers scenic views year round. Theres are also miles of gravel and natural trails in this massive park that lead to all kinds different views and terrains so you can explore a new part of the park you have never experienced every time you come here.
When you think about Pennsylvania I bet the last thing that comes to mind is beautiful sunsets, waves, and miles of beaches but that’s exactly what you get at Presque Isle State Park in Erie Pennsylvania one of Pennsylvania’s top must-see state parks located on the shores of Lake Erie. Presque Isle State Park is located on a peninsula that juts 4 miles into Lake Erie it boasts 3,200 acres of nature to explore and has 13 miles of shoreline offering panoramic views of downtown Erie and unobstructed views of Lake Erie
Beautiful apple orchards and rolling green hills once surrounded the Wildwood Estate, when the home was first built for John G. Oliver in the early 1900s.