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Ohio Tourism Site

Official Tourism Site of Ohio

"Discover snow-dusted villages where you can shop for antiques or join in a festive winter celebration. Visit world-class museums, dine at gourmet restaurants or take a cooking class from a world-renowned chef. Get out the skis and snowboards and challenge some of the best man-made terrain parks and downhill skiing in the Midwest, or try cross-country skiing and snowshoeing for a whole new perspective. Experience an indoor water park or take in a professional hockey, basketball or football game. Whatever your idea of fun, you'll find it right here. It's time to explore winterOhio!"

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Ohio Historical Information

The Ohio Historical Society

"Since its founding in 1959, the Ohio Association of Historical Societies and Museums (OAHSM) has worked closely with the Ohio Historical Society (OHS). Both organizations share a common goal to encourage the preservation and the presentation of Ohio's heritage. Though separate organizations, they are joined by this common purpose and by the belief that through affiliation the two groups can be more effective in meeting their goals.

To that end, the staff of the OHS Local History Office administers and coordinates all OAHSM programs. OAHSM, through its twenty-three person board of trustees, provides general direction and oversight for those programs. It also serves as the nucleus of a network of organizations and individuals interested in all aspects of local history in Ohio."

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Ohio Sites of Interest

Links to many Ohio campgrounds, bed and breakfasts and other sites of interest.

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University of Ohio

"Ohio University combines all the advantages of a major university with the appeal of a caring and personal atmosphere. If there ever was a college town, Athens is it. The university's intellectual and cultural environment blends well with Athens' lively small-town atmosphere to create a setting where students enjoy a quality of life that is difficult to match."

University of Ohio

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Ohio on the Wikipedia Web site

"Ohio is a Midwestern state of the United States. Part of the Great Lakes region, Ohio has long been a cultural and geographical crossroads. At the time of European contact and in the years that followed, Native Americans in today's Ohio included the Iroquois, Miamis, and Wyandots. Beginning in the 1700s, the area was settled by people from New England, the Middle States, Appalachia, and the upper south.
Prior to 1984, the United States Census Bureau considered Ohio part of the North Central Region.[2] That region was renamed "Midwest" and split into two divisions. Ohio is now in the East North Central States division.[3] Ohio also has the highest density of population of any state not on the Eastern Seaboard.
Ohio was the first state admitted to the Union under the Northwest Ordinance. Its U.S. postal abbreviation is OH; its old-style abbreviation was O. Natives of Ohio are known as Ohioans

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Ohio Campground Associations

The Ohio Campground Owners Association

Discover all that Ohio has to offer from the rolling hills and quaint farms of northeast Ohio's Amish Country to southwest Ohio's many ancient and frontier historical sites, from northwest Ohio and Lake Erie's bustling shoreline to the spectacular gorges, cliffs and waterfalls of southeast Ohio's Hocking Valley. You might want to visit Ohio's Appalachian County where scenic railways, sternwheel riverboats and covered bridges provide a glimpse of how the early settlers once traveled or perhaps visit the Heritage Circle of central Ohio to explore an area rich in history.

33 North Third Street
Suite 320
Columbus, Oh 43215
Ph(s): 614-221-7748
Fax: 614-221-0756

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Ohio Government Sites

Ohio DNR

"The history of the Department of Natural Resources is rich and varied, beginning with its creation by the Ohio Legislature in 1949.
At that time, the department was charged with the responsibility of formulating and putting into execution a long term comprehensive plan and program for the development and wise use of the natural resources of the state, to the end that the health, happiness and wholesome enjoyment of life of the people of Ohio may be further encouraged.

A department of incredible diversity, ODNR owns and manages more than 590,000 acres of land including 74 state parks, 20 state forests, 127 state nature preserves, and 120 wildlife areas. The department also has jurisdiction over more than 120,000 acres of inland waters; 7,000 miles of streams; 481 miles of Ohio River; and 2-1/4 million acres of Lake Erie.

In addition, ODNR licenses all hunting, fishing, and watercraft in the state and is responsible for overseeing and permitting all mineral extraction, monitoring dam safety, managing water resources, coordinating the activity of Ohio's 88 county soil and water conservation districts, mapping the state's major geologic structures and mineral resources, and promoting recycling and litter prevention through grant programs in local communities."

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Official Ohio government site

"Discover Ohio's natural wonders, breathtaking caves, thick old-growth forests, scenic rivers and more.

These outdoor gems, all open and free to the public, are among the state's most striking natural wonders. Remember this is only a sample. Ohio has one of the nation?s finest systems of community parks, state parks, recreational trails and other natural areas ? each in its own special way showcasing Ohio's rich environmental diversity.

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