Sleep Inn & Suites
1761 Meijer Circle
Oregon, OH 43616
Phone: (419) 697-7800
Fax: (419) 697-7810
The St. Patrick's Catholic Church is a marvelous structure made out of Amherst blue sandstone. This church was constructed in 1901 after the previous building had been demolished. This beautiful church is a great example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The church has undergone extensive renovations but has been preserved well all this while. The congregation is an active one, with regular services and ceremonies being conducted at the building.
State park located on Lake Erie offering Quilter Lodge, cottages, and camping. Recreational activities include picnicking, hiking trails, fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, water sports, golf, and a nature center for patrons to enjoy.
Small amusement park featuring a variety of rides, a miniature golf course, a river walk, and picnic areas.
The Woodlawn Cemetery was established way back in 1876, and is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Prominent personalities of the Toledo region are buried here that include John H. Doyle, James Mitchell Ashley and Morrison Waite. Check website for more details.
The Governor's Inn is a historic building located in Maumee, Ohio. A former post office, the building was constructed in 1836 and was subsequently called the Commercial Building as well as the Old Plantation Inn. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. It currently houses three commercial establishments- the Dégagé Jazz Café, Dégagé Express and Langley Hall.
The First Presbyterian Church of Maumee Chapel is a monumental church site in Maumee. The historic Presbyterian church is also fondly referred as the First Presbyterian Church of Maumee. It is precisely located at 200 E. Broadway in Maumee, Ohio. It was constructed in 1837. The ancient church occupies great historic importance and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It encompasses less than one acre of land cover and is a stellar model of the Greek Revival style of architecture.
Dive into this fun-filled indoor water park resort in Toledo packed with thrilling slides and relaxing pools that offers nearby hotel accommodations for the perfect family vacation.
Fort Meigs was built in the wake of continuous attacks on the American forts by British forces, in 1812. Close to the Maumee River, the soldiers building the fort had to face harsh weather conditions and disease outbreaks. Inspite of all these hardships, the American troops managed to raise the fort in a year. Today, the reconstructed fort site and the on-site museum give an insight into military life and American history. Important events are re-enacted several times during the year. For details, check website.
A 64 acre botanical garden featuing garden displays, enchanting views, educational programs, and visual and performing arts. Group tours and facility rentals are offered.
Discover the joys of farming and farm life at Heck Of A Farm. This cozy farm gives an insight to visitors regarding the daily activities that occur on a farm, thereby offering a lifetime experience. Various concerts and events are also held from time to time, creating a party ambience. The children will love to pet the baby animals here and can also play with toys and games. Heck of A Farm guarantees a day of outdoor fun indeed!
One of the premier institutions of higher education in the State of Ohio, as well as the rest of the country, the Bowling Green State University has been a respected name in the field of education for several decades. Founded in 1910, the university has come to gain valuable knowledge and expertise in education, and offers an excellent academic and campus life to its students. See the website to know more.
Designed in the Romanesque architectural style, the Wood County Courthouse and Jail, is Wood County's third courthouse. Featuring a great clock tower at the top of the house, with the four sides facing clock that rings every hour is denoted as one chime per hour, and is still in use. The structure consists of jury assembly room, conference rooms, portable courtroom, judicial offices, etc. Besides this structure stands the Wood County Jail which was in use until the 1990 and was then renovated to be the Wood County Record Center and Law Library.