The Winter Village In Ohio That Will Enchant You Beyond Words
Do you like to take time to enjoy Christmas magic every year? Don’t let the holiday season pass you by without slowing down and enjoying this special time. This year, consider taking your family to one of the most magical Christmas destinations in the state. The Christmas Ranch in Morrow, Ohio, features one of the most enchanting light displays you’ll ever see. It’s a walk-through winter village Christmas in Ohio that’s unlike any other holiday attraction in the state.
The Christmas Ranch is located at 3205 S. Waynesville Road in Morrow, Ohio 45152. Have you been to this winter village Christmas extravaganza before? If so, we want to know what your experience was like!
For more holiday fun in Ohio this year, check out our previous article about the magical Christmas Nutcracker village in Ohio where everyone is a kid again.
More to Explore
Ohio Winter Towns
What are the best winter towns in Ohio?
Winter in Ohio can be pretty picture-perfect when a light snow falls. If you are looking for a nice getaway in a quaint town in The Buckeye State, check out a few of the best winter towns in Ohio:
- Portsmouth, OH: If you are looking for charming Christmas towns near you, give Portsmouth a visit. It is truly a winter wonderland that has even been designated as the Hallmark Channel's Hometown Christmas Town in 2019. If you are looking to immerse yourself in Christmas magic, you really need to visit this adorable town during the holidays to enjoy its epic Winterfest celebrations.
- Kirtland, OH: This historic village in Lake County, Ohio features some of the most elaborate nativity scenes you will find anywhere at the Historic Kirtland Visitors Center. The village holiday displays are free for everyone to enjoy and include well over 150,000 lights that turn Christmastime into a festive experience even the Grinch would be hard-pressed not to crack a smile for.
- Wadsworth, OH: This quaint Victorian village dates back to 1814 and is still a quiet winter town that should be on your getaway list. With cute shops along Main Street in the historic district and local brewing companies to warm you up with a cold brew and hot plate of food on a chilly evening, we are sure you'll fall in love with this place too. Look for scenic public parks near downtown for a day of sledding, then hit the Wolf Creek Environmental Center to warm up in the lodge before going on a winter hike.