Salem / Lisbon Ohio KOA

33807 Winona Road

Salem, OH 44460

Reserve: 800-562-3361

Info: 234-567-5608

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Canton Football Hall of Fame Photo

Canton Football Hall of Fame

Visit this website to plan your day visiting the Football Hall of Fame, less than 45 minutes from the Salem Lisbon KOA.
http://www.profootballhof.com/planyourvisit/

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Within 20 minutes: Ohios largest outdoor market in Rogers Photo

Within 20 minutes: Ohios largest outdoor market in Rogers

Every Friday Open Air Market The largest open air market in the tri-state area! Open 7:30 a.m. to ??? every Friday. More than five miles of outside vendor spaces and 350 vendors under roof. Fresh produce, antiques and collectibles, food concessions, meats, cheeses, tools, etc. Both new and used. Market office opens at 7:30 a.m.PLEASE, NO PETS IN MARKET. THANK YOU

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Johnny Appleseed Festival Photo

Johnny Appleseed Festival

Save the date to visit this wonderful festival full of arts, crafts, food and entertainment.  Held the third weekend of September every year.  Visit the website for additional  information for booth space,  souvenirs, apply for Queen nominee or Little Miss or Master Appleseed.

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Quaker City Dragway

Just 10 minutes north of the Salem Lisbon KOA, an easy drive after a day of racing to relax, rejuvenate and reconnect with friends and family.

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Winery Tour Photo

Winery Tour

Enjoy the afternoon with a visit to four wineries just 30 minutes away. A great way to relax, rejuvenate & reconnect with that special someone or friends.

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Historical Spread Eagle Tavern Hanoverton Photo

Historical Spread Eagle Tavern Hanoverton

Will Rhodes commissioned the historic Spread Eagle Tavern to be built along Plymouth Street in the year 1837. Said to have been erected by canal artisans that were thrown out of work by the Bank Panic of 1837, the tavern is known still today as one of the area's finest examples of Federal Period architecture. The three floors, eleven rooms and twelve fireplaces inside indeed were taken directly from the works of the renowned late 18th Century architect Asher Benjamin, whose pattern books depict many of the fine raised-wood window and door casings, fluted column frames and intricately carved mantles that are seen throughout the tavern.

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Charles Burchfield Homestead Photo

Charles Burchfield Homestead

Tour one of thirty American Artist's Homestead. Tour the city where Charles received his inspiration for over half of his famous painting throughout the Salem area.

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