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From city slicking to roughing it in the woods, Ohio is the type of state that will tickle anyone's fancy. The vast natural landscape can be your nirvana or you can keep up with the hustle and bustle of the city life. Camping is a huge attraction in Ohio and the mild weather is nothing but accomodating.
Check out the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame at the state's capital, Cleveland. Along with many other attractions, this big city is a focal point for most tourism. Or visit Canton and experience the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The hotel prices range from more expensive all the way to a straight up bargain. See all that Ohio has to offer and set your destination for the Midwest.
Time Zone: North America Eastern Time Zone UTC-5
Airports: Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport, Port Columbus International Airport, James M. Cox Dayton International Airport along with multiple other regional airports.
Weather: Ohio has a generally temperate climate. Winters are cold and summers mild in the eastern highlands. The southern region has the warmest temperatures and longest growing season. Summers are humid and hot, while the winters are cold with average snowfall of 40 inches.
Couples looking to get married in Ohio need a government issued ID such as drivers license, visa, passport, state ID and need to know social security numbers. You do not need to be a resident of the state but need to apply to get married in the respective county. No blood tests required and if divorced, documents solidifying divorce are necessary.
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