Come experience joy, happiness and excitement at Ohio’s unique attractions, in beautiful parks, at incredible universities and in top companies. It's all about finding the best road trip suitable for your next extended weekend getaway.

Surveys show that 88% of American travelers now have travel plans in the next six months, with road trips and domestic travel a high priority. So don’t wait and line up your plans now because summer vacation time is finally here.

Hit the Links or Hit the Road – New Road Trips and Trails

From now through September, golfers from the PGA, LPGA, PGA Tour Champions and Web.com tours will compete in Ohio at some of the biggest tournaments in golf. Whether you play or just like to watch the game, you can find exciting golf in Ohio all summer on the  Ohio Professional Golf Trail.

For those who prefer a nice drive, Ohio. Find It Here has created 10 different perfect road trips from which to choose! These include: the Art Road Trip with 12 stops that take you from iconic museums to inspiring murals, the Rock & Ride Road Trip with six unique destinations, the 16-stop Scenic Route Road Trip with breathtaking views and exhilarating hikes, the Foodie Road Trip and the Ohio Ice Cream Trail.

John Glenn Centennial Celebration: The three-day celebration this July in and around New Concord, Ohio, commemorates John Glenn’s life and accomplishments. Activities include a 7-mile race, parade, free museum tours and a special guest appearance by former Ohio Astronaut Don Thomas, who was inspired by John Glenn.

Pro Football Hall of Fame: The 118,000-square-foot, internationally recognized museum gives fans a chance to experience football’s past, present and future. This year the 2020 and 2021 Enshrinement Ceremonies for inductees takes place Aug. 5 to 9.

Solheim Cup 2021: Inverness Club in Toledo will host the best women golfers of the U.S. and Europe for the prestigious team competition on Aug. 31 to Sept. 6. Tickets are now on sale.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: There is only one Rock Hall in the world and this fall Cleveland will host its infamous induction ceremony, on Oct. 30. Music fans can spend the day delving into rock ’n’ roll history and celebrating their favorite artists.

 And remember to stay safe and call ahead while traveling.

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