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    01. Oak Openings Orange circle with an arrow

    Located between Whitehouse and Swanton, Oak Openings Preserve is one of Ohio’s most unusual natural areas. With hiking, mountain biking and horse trails; the nearby Maumee River Water Trail; and a new treehouse village opening spring 2020, the preserve is a destination for outdoor adventure.

    Oak Openings in Toledo

    02. Cleveland Metroparks Toboggan Chutes Orange circle with an arrow

    No Snow Required! Experience the icy thrill of tobogganing at The Chalet in Mill Stream Run Reservation. The twin, 700-foot refrigerated ice chutes operate with or without snow through early March, weather permitting.


    03. Punderson Manor Lodge & Conference Center Orange circle with an arrow

    Situated in the heart of Ohio’s “snow belt,” Punderson provides many great winter activities, under the proper conditions like six multi-use trails, three snow mobile trails, two cross-country ski trails, one dog sled trail and a lighted sledding hill with tow rope.

    Punderson State Park & Lodge in Newbury

    04. Ma & Pa's Orange circle with an arrow

    Every winter, all winter long, Ma and Pa hitch up the sleighs and take you out through the woods and out in the field and then back to the cabin for a warm fire, Ma's cookies, hot chocolate and maple coffee.

    Boston Mills Brandywine Ski Resort in Peninsula

    05. Boston Mills Brandywine Ski Resort Orange circle with an arrow

    Boston Mills and Brandywine Ski Resorts are a pair of partner ski resorts, between Cleveland, Canton and Akron. Between both resorts there are 18 trails of various skill levels, a tubing park, four terrain parks, and two beginner areas. Brandywine offers midnight skiing on weekends and holiday Sundays.


    06. Snow Trails Orange circle with an arrow

    You'll find Snow Trails is only a short drive from Cleveland or Columbus, located near Mansfield. Serenely nestled in the Possum Run Valley, with a massive snowmaking system to keep snow on the slopes and in the tubing park, December into March. Learn to ski and snowboard in a user-friendly Beginners Area, with helpful instructors who teach group and private lessons. Snow tubing and Glow Tubing is fun for all ages too, with no experience necessary!


    07. Mad River Mountain Orange circle with an arrow

    Ohio's largest ski resort featuring the Midwest's #1 Terrain Park - Capital Park, and The Avalanche Tubing Park - Ohio's largest tubing facility. Located just 45 minutes outside of Columbus and Dayton along Route 33.


    08. Five Rivers MetroParks Ice Skating Orange circle with an arrow

    The MetroParks Ice Rink at RiverScape MetroPark is the Dayton region’s largest outdoor skating rink and offers recreational ice skating, lessons and programs such as curling and broomball. Guests can enjoy an afternoon of skating, warm up with hot chocolate, and then enjoy 160 miles of managed hiking, biking, mountain biking and horseback riding trails in 18 MetroParks.


    09. Cantwell Cliffs Orange circle with an arrow

    Cantwell Cliffs is located in the northern reaches of Hocking Hills - 17 miles from Old Man's Cave. Its remote location discourages visitation, but those who travel the extra distance will not be disappointed. Many visitors proclaim the Cantwell area as the most picturesque in Hocking County.

    Ash Cave in Hocking Hills State Park

    10. Ash Cave Orange circle with an arrow

    In the southernmost reaches of Hocking Hills is Ash Cave - beyond doubt the most spectacular feature of the entire park. Ash Cave is the largest, most impressive recess cave in the state. Catch the cave after a fresh snowfall and witness a larger-than-life ice tower in place of the regular waterfall.