Ohio has a new Hall of Fame in time for Spring

The Hall of Fame Hops Craft Brew Trail passport continues through Nov. 7, 2021. The trail is a partnership with Visit Canton, the Stark County Convention & Visitors’ Bureau, and 15 locations in Stark County, Tuscarawas County, and Holmes County. Participants complete the trail using a mobile passport to check-in while visiting The Still House at Gervasi Vineyard and each of the other locations. Special offers and deals are also redeemable at participating locations using the digital, mobile pass. Use the craft brew trail passport to receive 10% off GV merchandise at The Still House at Gervasi Vineyard.   Passport users that check-in at each location at some time during the trail promotion period will automatically be entered to win prize packages. Fifteen winners will be drawn, winning packages that include gift cards, swag, and Pro Football Hall of Fame museum admission passes. One winner will receive a gift certificate for overnight accommodations at the Sandy Springs Brewers Quarters.Pre-register for the craft brew trail passport online at https://www.HOFHops.com.

The rural landscape of Southeast Ohio makes it an ideal getaway to socially distance and quell your (very legit) cabin fever. If your kids are remote learning or even homeschooling, this area offers a bevy of historic points of interest and outdoor recreational opportunities that are both affordable and fun. Or if you just need a road trip to get away, then check-out the many hands-on learning experiences offered in Cambridge Guernsey County. >MORE


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