Local Area Attractions Near Homerville KOA Holiday
The Wilderness Center
This is a great place for the family. There are some displays in the main building, a nature store, a room where you can sit and observe birds and other animals. Several miles of hiking trails are located on the property including some where you are allowed to walk your dog. There is no admission fee and several public programs are available monthly. For more information, click here.
Within 1 hour of Homerville KOA, Horseshoe Casino Cleveland is located in the Historic Higbee Building in downtown Cleveland and opens May 14, 2012. With 96,000 square feet of non-stop gaming action, the casino features approximately 2,100 slot machines, 65 table games and a 30-table World Series of Poker room. Horseshoe Cleveland offers several dining options, including a 400 seat buffet, a 3-outlet food court as well as two bars.
Ohio's Amish Country
Why do four million people a year visit Ohio's Amish Country? Well, where else can you see the "Amish Sistine Chapel," watch one of the nation's oldest livestock auctions, shop at the world's largest retailer of non-electric appliances or take a guided back-road tour that ends with dinner in an Amish Home? We've got bakeries, cheese houses, wineries, quilt and craft shops and 80 hardwood furniture stores. It's all here just waiting to be discovered by you.
Northern Ohio's oldest continuously operated drag racing facility, which celebrated its 50th Anniversary Season in 2007. Multiple events scheduled each week, 10 months per year! Get more info by clicking here.
Northern Ohio Railway Musem
The Museum is located at 5515 Buffham Road in Seville, Ohio (near Chippewa Lake). There, on two miles of the historic Cleveland Southwestern Railway, the museum is working to attain its goals to collect, preserve, restore, display and operate streetcars and other railway equipment for for the education of the public. The Museum is open to the public for guided walking tours on Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm, May 15th through October 29th. Admission is free, donations are requested. For more information, click here.