Warm temperatures, longer days, and the greening of the landscape tell us that that travel season is upon us. While many of us dream and plan that memorable one or two-week vacation, most of our summer is filled with weekend getaways or day trips to new places. But let’s face it when we think of the hassle of driving to and from, getting around from place to place, and the cost of traveling even a short distance, enthusiasm can ebb away and weekend adventures turn into a backyard cookout.
What if there was a place close by, maybe an hour or so by car where the people were friendly, lots of fun things to do without breaking the bank, and memories just waiting to be made? Such a place does exist an hour north of Columbus in Marion. Loaded with historical sites such as the Home of President Warren G. Harding and a museum dedicated to the history of popcorn, filled with a varied population of truly local restaurants and eateries, and a countryside that is a pleasure to drive, Marion is truly the right place at the right pace this summer.
Getting away is all about experiencing new places at a pace that lets you relax. Whether it is enjoying a glass of wine and a sunset, sharing laughs with friends at a local dining favorite, or standing in the spot a president made famous, come visit Marion, Ohio this year. Spring and summer weekends are a delight on the many walking/biking trails as you see Mother Nature come to life. Summer sizzles with old-fashioned root beer floats, vista-like tee shots, and music in the air. Whenever you visit, plan on a few stops along the new Eaterarian Trail – a collection of local eateries that are known for their savory offerings and welcoming atmosphere.
Find out more at www.visitmarionohio.com.