If you don’t already have an Ohio bucket list—consider this one yours.

Ohio is full of natural wonders, quirky roadside attractions, and impressive destinations you won’t find anywhere else in the world. From the iconic and the obvious to the lesser-known gems, there are certain things in Ohio you simply have to experience. Here are 39 things (listed in no particular order) to add to—and then check off of—your Ohio bucket list:

How many of these things have you experienced? What else do you think should be added to this Ohio bucket list? Share your thoughts and experiences with us in the comments below!

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What else is there to do in Ohio?

As you've now learned, there is so much to do here in Ohio! However, even the list above doesn't mention everything. If you're looking for additional activities and destinations, you might consider the following: b.a. Sweetie Candy Company in Cleveland, Mad River Mountain in Zanesfield, Dogwood Pass in Beaver, Jungle Jim's International Market in Cincinnati, and the Sugarcreek Metro Park in Bellbrook. Learn more about these fun Ohio activities.

What are the top natural wonders in Ohio?

For impressive natural wonders in Ohio, look no further than Cyrstal Cave in Put-In-Bay, Johnson Woods in Marshallville, Natural Bridge in Rockbridge, the "Yellow Spring", the Rock House in Logan, and Brandywine Falls.

Where can I go in Ohio that only the locals know about?

It's no mystery that Ohio is filled with hidden gems. To explore Ohio as the locals do, you can visit any of the following places: the small town of Zoar, Columbus Park of Roses, Deer Creek State Park Lodge, the Osage Orange Tunnel, Nelson Kennedy Ledges State Park, Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm, Hidden Falls at Hocking Hills State Park, and Cedar Point Beach. Curious to learn more about these magical places? Read our previous article: Hidden Places In Ohio Only Locals Know About.

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