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The entrance to the Lakehouse Inn, Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio

 

The Lakehouse Inn Bed & Breakfast with  nine cottages and  a winery-tasting room situated on just under 2 acres of lakefront property in Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio.  CrossWinds Grill Now Open Click Here For schedule of entertainment.

 

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Welcome to Ohio's Lake Erie Circle Tour
       - a scenic driving tour along Ohio's north coast/Lake Erie     

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Nestled along 27 miles of Lake Erie shoreline, Ashtabula County, Ohio is a haven for travelers looking for affordable family vacation sites.

Ashtabula County is the Covered Bridge Capital of Ohio, the Wine Capital of Ohio, and it leads the state in the number of campgrounds. When you also consider the many family-oriented festivals, museums, and communities located throughout the county, it is easy to understand why more and more families are opting to spend their leisure time in Ashtabula County.

Located in the extreme northeast corner of Ohio, Ashtabula County is just a short drive away from several major metropolitan areas, including Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Akron/Canton, and Erie, Penn.

The county enjoys a long and varied history. The Western Reserve influence is easily recognizable in the 15 covered bridges that dot the county landscape. The bridges, most over 100 years old, have been well maintained and -- in some instances -- meticulously restored. Most of the bridges are still open to motor traffic. In the instances where this is no longer possible, visitors can enjoy the majesty of the structures by strolling through the spans.
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Ashtabula County's devotion to its past is also evident by the variety of unique and interesting museums located here. The Victorian Perambulator Museum in Jefferson is the only such facility in the world. The privately owned museum has received international attention. What is a perambulator, you may ask? Perambulators are baby strollers or carriages.

In Hartsgrove you will find the only museum in the United States dedicated to all the U.S. Presidents, including those recognized under the first and second Constitutions.

The railroad was instrumental in the development of the area. Although passenger trains no longer service the county, you can relive these days by taking a hour-long ride on the AC&J High Grade in Jefferson or by visiting the restored Jefferson and Conneaut Railroad depots.

Other museums in the county provide insight into the struggles and lifestyles of the brave pioneers who opened the Western Reserve after Moses Cleveland landed here in 1796.

Ashtabula County also produces over 65 percent of Ohio's grapes and has developed a hard-earned reputation for developing some outstanding domestic wines. Eight family-owned wineries are located here. Each winery offers a unique atmosphere and varieties. Our wines are routinely recognized in national competition.

County residents enjoy having fun and love to celebrate. you can join in the festivities by attending any of many celebrations held throughout the year. The Great Lakes Medieval Faire is held weekends from late June through early August. At the Faire, you can visit a 13th century English Village, watch knights jousting for the hand of a fair maiden, and enjoy many period arts, crafts, and food.

The county also celebrates the grape harvest annually with the Geneva Grape Jamboree. This weekend-long event features parades, grape-stomping contests, live entertainment, antique shows, and of course, plenty of grape juice and wine.

Covered bridges take center-stage the second weekend of every October during the Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival. Headquartered at the county fairgrounds in Jefferson, the weekend features an assortment of displays, live entertainment, and special activities at each of the county's covered bridges.

The holiday season is celebrated in style the first weekend of every December with an Ashtabula County Country Christmas. Activities throughout the county are planned for that weekend to help put everyone in the holiday spirit. Activities include special shopping opportunities, open houses, horse drawn sleigh rides, live entertainment, and a lighting contest.

Outdoorsmen love visiting Ashtabula County. In addition to the beautiful shoreline of Lake Erie, 17,000-acre Pymatuning Lake is also located here. Between the two lakes, fishermen can try their luck searching for walleyes, steelhead trout, and an assortment of pan fish.

The lakes also provide recreation for swimmers, boaters, sailors, and those who simply enjoy a stroll along the beach.

Camping is an activity many families enjoy in the county. With more campsites than any other county in Ohio, there is ample opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the area.

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