Ascend the new Lake Metroparks
Lake Erie Bluffs 50’ high Observation
Tower in Perry Township for spectacular, wide open views of Lake Erie
migrating birds plus eagles. By land
climb to the top of
The Holden Arboretum’s, recently opened
120’ high Emergent Tower for breathtaking views of 3,600 acres, one of
the largest arboretums in the USA.
Hospitality reigns supreme with an impeccable variety
Frank Lloyd Wright Vacation Rental House,
a grand completely rebuilt historic, luxurious
Steele Mansion Inn or the elegant
Quail Hollow Golf Resort, nestled
amidst 700 acres of wooden serenity.
Lake Metroparks 38 parks offer over
8000 lush acres of forestry, trails beaches, and waterfalls.
Lake Metroparks Farmpark, is the most
unique, a 235 acre, nationally recognized family oriented, cultural
center, devoted to agriculture, farming and the country life.
Bustling Mentor, Lake County largest city is Ohio’s
sixth largest retail district, with 170 restaurants, and 325 retail
Gallery One, USA’s largest art gallery
with 50,000 prints and paintings and a “Signature” Thomas Kinkade
Gallery. Unwind at Mentor’s major, renowned, nature based venues like
Ohio’s largest beach,
Headlands State Beach Park- one mile
long, plus adjoining 450 acre
Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve and
nearby Mentor Marsh Preserve.
Quaint historic downtowns of Willoughby, and
Painesville feature unique
diners. Madison has a microbrew /
restaurant, shops and many nurseries, like
Bluestone Perennials, with 1000
varieties of plants and five acres of greenhouses, and Luvin Lavender
Farms, with a natural products store and tours.
Charming Fairport Harbor is a beach destination, with
a cozy beach, restaurants, a
Finnish Museum and a lighthouse/museum
to behold. A
lighthouse a visitor can walk to the
top for more Lake Erie vistas..
winery region includes Lake and
Ashtabula counties, the Grand River Winery District, with about
30 wineries, many with award winning
wines, including ice wines, craft beers and micro-distilleries.
A $27 million state of the art baseball stadium is home to the
Lake County Captains, a Cleveland Class
A Cleveland Indians Affiliate starting its 15 year has attracted four
President James A. Garfield National
Historic Site, plus
Historic Kirtland and Kirtland Temple
attract thousands of Mormons. Inspiring architectural tours and the
Nativity Exhibit welcome all visitors.
The Gourmet Soap Market has hundreds of handmade
soaps and more. The native Indians, the Finnish. Mormons, President
Garfield and wealthy barons sought refuge, natural resources and
tranquility to live and thrive in a
coastal oasis of opportunity and rejuvenation. Please join
our wise forefathers for an unforgettable getaway or meeting in Lake
Savor Lake County’s peaceful, thriving paradise for a
memorable getaway or meeting, on the east side of Lake Erie.