Columbus is home to the largest contiguous university campus in the USA: Ohio State University. Even as a non-student, there is much to explore here. As in so many places in the U.S., German immigrants have left their mark on Columbus: The German Village, in the south of the city, is still a very popular residential area today. With a vacation rental Ohio or a vacation home Ohio, you can enjoy this great city at any time.
For those looking for a place to relax or enjoy recreational activities, the Columbus and Franklin County Metropolitain Park District park system will delight. 15 city parks extend in and around the city for exploration and enjoyment. A variety of ballets, museums and theaters and, of course, the exciting downtown area await visitors. Sports fans also get their money's worth in Ohio, which is home to a variety of professional baseball, basketball, soccer, football and field hockey teams. Our vacation homes Ohio and vacation rentals Ohio are also the ideal starting point for trips to the Cuyahonga Valley National Park. Ohio's first and only national park is named after the Cuyahoga River that flows here. On the Towpath Trail one can cross the park wonderfully on foot or while cycling and discover thereby the impressive nature landscape.
If you want to do something special and exciting with your children, you can try the latest trend Glamping. This is camping at the highest level.