Top 10 Best Places To Live In Ohio For 2018 - Best Cities and Towns
Top 10 Best Places To Live In Ohio For 2018.
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Ohio has two nicknames. The Buckeye State relates to the Ohio buckeye tree, and Mother of Presidents is because seven U.S. presidents hailed from Ohio.
Consistently ranked one of the best states for business, Ohio offers residents many benefits too, including a low cost of living,
excellent schools and good recreational opportunities.
Manufacturing and financial industries anchor the economy in Ohio, which is the largest producer in the country of plastics, rubber and fabricated metal.
The best places to live in Ohio include Akron, Cincinnati and Dublin.
Sports fans have several teams to cheer for including the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Cavaliers and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
If you’re looking at areas in Ohio with the best economic situations, where there’s lower than average crime, and a lot to do.
Here are the 10 best places to consider when moving to Ohio:
4. Upper Arlington.
9. Ottawa Hills.
10. Grandview Heights.
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10 of the Most Affordable Places to Live in the US
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10 of the Most Affordable Places to Live in the US.
You’re ready to move to a new city. But, before you pack up and select a new place to live, make sure you do your research. While it’s great to have an idea of some of the different entertainment options and attractions that an area offers, you also want it to be somewhere that fits into your budget. Living expenses vary wildly from city to city, and finding an affordable city to live in isn’t as easy as it used to be.
Let’s say you’re looking for a city to move to and are hoping to spend about $140,000 on your new dream home. You’re not going to have much luck in cities like New York City or San Francisco. However, that $140,000 could get you a lot of house if you’re looking at one of the more affordable cities in America.
Luckily, Forbes compiles a good amount of data every year to help us figure out which cities those are. The full list of America’s most affordable cities tops 100 metropolitan areas, but we’re going to stick to the upper slice.
Here are the cheapest cities in the U.S., so you can see where you can get the most bang for your buck.
10. Columbus, Ohio
9. Indianapolis, Indiana
8. Dayton, Ohio
7. St. Louis, Missouri
6. Memphis, Tennessee
5. Cincinnati, Ohio
4. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
3. Buffalo, New York
2. Knoxville, Tennessee
1. Birmingham, Alabama
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The Best Places to Visit in Ohio
The Best Places to Visit in Ohio
Ohio, The Buckeye State, is shaped by both Lake Erie and the Ohio River. The state boasts an appealing combination of interesting cities, pristine natural scenery and charming farms. While major cities like Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati are among the best places to visit in Ohio,there is lots to see, we didn’t include all these cities because we centered mostly on places and not cities. But pictures tell you much more than a 1000 words so let’s have a look what I’ve found!
#2.Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills State Park
#3.Cuyahoga Valley National Park
#4.Lake Erie Islands
#7.Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
#8.Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati
#9.Chateau Laroche,Loveland Castle
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Best Places to visit in Ohio:
Cedar Point, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, Franklin Park Conservatory, Kings Island, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Carillon Historical Park, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
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What’s good gang. We’re out here in Dayton Tennessee for a quick day hike to checkout what laurel-snow state wilderness has to offer ( Disclaimer only checked out laurel falls trail not snow falls trail ). The pin drop is accurate enough to drop you at the trail head, but to clarify any misconceptions, it does make you turn onto a graveled road thats in front of a couple houses so you are at the right place ( its privately owned so you won’t find a park office). Following the gravel road for couple minutes till the road runs out will leave you at the river side parking area. From the jump its very scenic, so make sure to bring out the cameras for the nature lifestyle flex on the gram. As for the parking it is limited if you want a spot right at the trail head other than that the later you arrive the further you’ll have to walk to the head trail. It is FREE parking so that is my guess on why its a hotspot in regards to that my experience had a packed parking lot. Still I was able to get a good spot right at the trail head, to consider though I did go at a colder time in the year so your experiences may differ in warmer weather. Round trip trails range from a 5 mile (2.5 in 2.5. out) hike to the falls n back, to a 10. mile (5 in 5 out) hike that explores all the park has to offer. The trails are wide n well maintained up until the crossing. Elevation is not a problem here, with only a couple section of incline, so don't expect this to be an excuse to skip leg day. As you go further into the wilderness they do get narrower n a little harder to mange , but I’m guessing that has to do with it being under maintenance (as of March 21st). As for the sights that I got to see it included two small wooden bridges, clear clean water, two waterfalls, and a scenic fall setting of the woods. Navigation was no doubt very easy since its really just one trail that splits at the river split, so its one way in one way out. Activities at this park as of my knowledge include swimming n camping. Fair warning the owner himself explained to us first hand experiences n visitor experiences of multiple snake sightings (includes a 6ft copperhead sighting), big wild life encounters (ranging from mountain lions to bears), pharnormal activity (hotspot being the tunnel), and Bigfoot sightings (swear not making this stuff up). Feel free to ask the owner himself if you see him for the latest scoop of horrors that the trail has to offer (look for an older gentleman). Do go out prepared because things always happen when your least prepared. Still this is well worth the visit for any level of experienced hiker.
1099 Pockett Wilderness Rd
Dayton, TN 37321
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Contemporary extension of the Hunter Museum of American Art
As the birthplace of the tow truck, Chattanooga is the home of the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum. Another transportation icon, the passenger train, can be found at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, called TVRM by locals, which is the largest operating historic railroad in the South. Chattanooga is home to the Hunter Museum of American Art. Other notable museums include the Chattanooga History Center, the National Medal of Honor Museum, the Houston Museum, the Chattanooga African American Museum, and the Creative Discovery Museum.
Arts and literature
Chattanooga has a wide range of performing arts in different venues. Chattanooga's historic Tivoli Theatre, dating from 1921 and one of the first public air-conditioned buildings in the United States, is home to the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera (CSO), which became the first merged symphony and opera company in the United States in 1985. The CSO performs under the baton of Kayoko Dan. The Chattanooga Theatre Centre offers 15 productions each year in three separate theater programs: the Mainstage, the Circle Theater, and the Youth Theater. Another popular performance venue is Memorial Auditorium.
Chattanooga hosts several writing conferences, including the Conference on Southern Literature and the Festival of Writers, both sponsored by the Arts & Education Council of Chattanooga.
Chattanooga touts many attractions, including the Tennessee Aquarium, caverns, and new waterfront attractions along and across the Tennessee River. In the downtown area is the Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel, housed in the renovated Terminal Station. Also downtown are the Creative Discovery Museum, a hands-on children's museum dedicated to science, art, and music; an IMAX 3D Theatre, and the newly expanded Hunter Museum of American Art. The Tennessee Riverwalk, an approximately 13-mile-long (21 km) trail running alongside the river, is another attraction for both tourists and residents alike.
Across the river from downtown is the North Shore district, roughly bounded by the Olgiati Bridge to the west and Veterans Bridge to the east. The newly renovated area draws locals and tourists to locally owned independent boutique stores and restaurants, plus attractions along the Chattanooga Riverpark system, including Coolidge Park and Renaissance Park.
The Chattanooga Zoo at Warner Park is located a short distance from the downtown area.
Parks and natural scenic areas provide other attractions. The red-and-black painted See Rock City barns along highways in the Southeast are remnants of a now-classic Americana tourism campaign to attract visitors to the Rock City tourist attraction in nearby Lookout Mountain, Georgia. The mountain is also the site of Ruby Falls and Craven's House. The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway is a steep funicular railway that rises from the St. Elmo Historic District to the top of the mountain, where passengers can visit the National Park Service's Point Park and the Battles for Chattanooga Museum. Formerly known as Confederama, the museum includes a diorama that details the Battle of Chattanooga. From the military park, visitors can enjoy panoramic views of Moccasin Bend and the Chattanooga skyline from the mountain's famous point or from vantage points along the well-marked trail system.
The Heritage park is a park that lies in East Brainerd. Heritage park has a bocce ball court, a playground complete with swings, and a walking pavement. The park also features an off-leash dog park which is operated by the Friends of East Brainerd, the City of Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Department, McKamey Animal Center and the Goodwill Assistance Dog Academy.
Near Chattanooga, the Raccoon Mountain Reservoir, Raccoon Mountain Caverns, and Reflection Riding Arboretum and Botanical Garden boast a number of outdoor and family fun opportunities. Other arboretums include Bonny Oaks Arboretum, Cherokee Arboretum at Audubon Acres, and Cherokee Trail Arboretum. The Ocoee River, host to a number of events at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, features rafting, kayaking, camping, and hiking. Just outside Chattanooga is the Lake Winnepesaukah amusement park. The Cumberland Trail begins in Signal Mountain, just outside Chattanooga.
My Home Town In Ohio.
My Home Town In Ohio.OK this the town i grew up in . I moved away for over 20 years, but when my family needed me i moved back to My Home Town. . As you can see it is just a Small Town In Ohio .. Across the river in West Virginia , is a bit bigger Town,with a hand full of Stores..Living here in Small Town Ohio is not bad but there is not much here.We have a Post Office,Gas Station,a few Hair dressers and the Schools. Oh, and Lets Not Forget about the Swimming Pool.