Crack the covers of these travel tomes to discover close-to-home sights to see in the Buckeye State. From the historic to the unusual, Ohio truly is the “heart of it all”!
by Neil Zurcher (paperback, Gray & Co., 2006, 256 pages, $15.98).
Discover the best and most unusual places to visit in all of Ohio.
by Gary S. Williams (paperback, Human Kinetics, 2014, 275 pages, $22.95).
Hiking Ohio is your complete guide to 83 of the most scenic day hikes in the Buckeye State.
by Beth Gorczyca (hardcover, Wooster Book Co., 2003, 192 pages, $29.95).
Eighty-eight barns of various ages, styles and sizes stand all over Ohio—from the shores of Lake Erie to the banks of the Ohio River—proudly displaying the official Ohio Bicentennial logo.
by Neil Zurcher (paperback, Gray & Company, 2001, 215 pages, $14.95).
The Buckeye State has no shortage of strange, silly, goofy, quirky, eccentric and just plain weird places, people and things—if you know where to look.
Nobody has looked in more places than Neil Zurcher, the popular TV travel reporter who has driven more than a million miles seeking out the unusual.
by Elma Lee Moore (paperback, Arcadia Publishing, 2010, 127 pages, $21.99).
More than 200 of Ohio’s historic covered bridges, some of which have survived and many that have not, are once again captured in Dr. Elma Lee Moore’s “Ohio’s Covered Bridges.” The GPS location is listed for each existing bridge.
Books provided by the Stark County District Library, www.starklibrary.org