Clevelanders have a love for Mother Nature that few other major U.S. cities can match. The natural splendor of the North Coast and the surrounding area have truly spoiled us when it comes to stunning outdoor beauty. But just outside of the Forest City, another small town in Ohio threatens to take the top spot when it comes to remarkable natural wonder. Let’s explore the lovely town of Avon Lake, Ohio.

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Have you ever had the pleasure of exploring Avon Lake, Ohio? Tell us about your experiences in the comment section. If you’re looking for even more magnificent towns, get out your camera and check out these beautiful small towns in Ohio:

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Ohio’s Most Interesting Towns & Cities

What are the best small towns in Ohio for a day trip?

The best small towns in Oho for a day trip include:

  • Yellow Springs. This is such a charming little town and people come from all over the state to visit its quaint shops.
  • German Village. This town is part of Columbus and has an excellent chocolate shop and the bratwurst at Schmidt’s are to die for.
  • Oberlin. This town stands out as one of the more progressive towns in Ohio which is a nice contrast to much of the state.
  • Twinsburg. Come to this town to explore the top public library in the entire nation. You never know what you might find.

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What are the creepiest ghost towns in Ohio?

The creepiest ghost towns in Ohio include:

  • Boston Mills. Known locally as “Helltown”, this creepy place is full of abandoned homes and buildings said to be haunted.
  • Sabina. This town had the strange notion of displaying a deceased body as a roadside attraction but somehow the town didn’t thrive.
  • Moonville. This was once a mining town that was founded in 1856 and its Moonville Tunnel is a local haunt for paranormal enthusiasts.
  • Carpenter’s Mill. There is a husk of the old Bieber Mill here as well as pillars from the old stone bridge.

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What are the best mid-sized cities in Ohio?

The best mid-sized cities in Ohio include:

  • Akron. With nearby attractions like Cuyahoga Valley National Park and the Akron Zoo, this is a great city to visit.
  • Youngstown. Boasting the second-largest Metropark in the nation, you won’t want to miss a trip to this lovely city.
  • Lima. There are some great old-fashioned attractions here like the Kewpee building and the Allen County Museum.
  • Lorain. This little city is known for its beautiful lighthouse and Lakeview Park is quite a lovely place to explore.

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