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Fun with the Family Ohio

by Khristi S. Zimmeth

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I live in Ohio, so I am definitely the target audience for this book. I thought it was sad, though, that apparently the authors have found almost nothing to visit of note within a 50-mile radius of our home. We live in Southeastern Ohio, near Zanesville and Lancaster, both of which barely get a mention. I think sometimes it would be a little easier to have "fun with the family", if the authors strayed from the large city area off the beaten path a little. We all know that there are tons of things to do in Cincinnati and Cleveland. Isn't the point of reading a book like this to find things to do more 'in your own backyard'? Both Fodor's Where to Weekend Around Ohio and Kids Love Ohio are much stronger books, and more in tune with this goal. ( )
  AnnieHidalgo | Apr 21, 2011 |
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If you're taking the kids to the Buckeye State, this is the book for you. From the Crystal Cave to the Nasa Lewis Visitor's Center to Butch's Cola Museum, you'll find something to satisfy every whim! The book divides the state into five geographic regions, each with accommodations and eateries listed by city/town. Written by a parent, for parents, this opinionated, personal and easy-to-use guide has the best things to see and do to keep the kids busy and happy for an hour, a day, or a weekend-a guaranteed antidote to vacation boredom!

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