Sleep Inn & Suites Near I-90 and Ashtabula
9350 Center Rd.
Austinburg, OH 44010
Phone: (440) 275-6800
Fax: (440) 275-3360
A full service public library which offers a wide range of fiction, nonfiction, and best seller books, as well as an archival collection, books in Spanish, videos, audio books, magazines, public use computers, computer classes, and adult and children programs.
Nestled on the Lake Erie shore, this large and spacious park provides picnic areas, a 400 foot fishing pier, a bathing beach, a 396 slip marina with bait shop, six boat launching ramps, and snowmobile and cross country ski trails in the winter.
This winery is nestled within a 150 year old mill and features a lounge and tasting bar with award-winning wines available.
Enjoy unique and exciting miniature golf action at this venue that features 36 holes of family fun. They are open Monday through Saturdays from noon to 5:00 p.m.
A traditional amusement park which features a giant waterslide, Woody's World Arcade and Time Square Cafe, all located right on the entertainment strip at Geneva-on-the-Lake.
Overlooking Lake Erie and located in the Village's first fire station, this winery makes award-winning Ohio wines right on the premises and offers nightly music June to September, as well as a tasting room and a restaurant.
The whole family will enjoy this fun center that offers a 50 foot climbing wall, a miniature golf course with waterfalls, a huge bumper boat pond, six authentic baseball and softball cages, and state-of-the-art Indy racing cars on a 1,000 foot track.
The focal point of the Geneva State Park, this full service marina features 390 slips and transient docking plus offers bicycle and wave runner rentals, a deli, bait and tackle, boat accessories, repair services, fish cleaning, and fishing charter boats. They are open from May to October.
The Mother of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church is an example of the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this church had of 300 artisans working for two years to finish the work of this opulent structure. Each stone that has gone in the making weighs 200 pounds (90 kilograms) each. The church teaches its community to grow in faith and spread the word of God.
The Methodist Episcopal Church of Painesville is located at Painesville, Ohio. This historic church was constructed in 1873 C.E and is also known as Painesville United Methodist Church. This church has a Gothic Revival style of architecture and was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on January 30, 1998.
Known as, "the lighthouse that shown for a hundred years," Fairport Harbor Lighthouse was once a beacon of hope for escaped slaves as the last stop on the Underground Railroad. The preservation of this historic lighthouse has been an uphill battle, having undergone numerous renovations to the tower and keepers dwelling. Opening in 1945, the lighthouse marine museum was the first of its kind in the country. Here visitors can view historic pictures of the lighthouse, read logs of vessels guided, and even walk through the area where runaway slaves sought safety. Tours are available May through November, with school tours also available for a small fee.
This lovely beach is the best place to be, and the fact that almost two million tourists visit this spot furthers this claim. Here, you can simply take a stroll or indulge in activities like hiking, nature walks, fishing, swimming and so forth.