- TripBuzz found 56 things to do with kids in or near Geneva, Ohio, including 53 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Mentor, Conneaut, Ashtabula and Geneva on the Lake.
- From Kenisee's Grand River Camp & Canoe to SPIRE Institute, the Geneva area offers 60 different types of family activities, including: Camping Site, Historic Buildings, Sports Facilities/Fields and Parks.
- A booming grape-growing and wine-producing city, the small city of Geneva, Ohio was named for the city of Geneva, NY which came before. The city hosts an annual Grape Jamboree which celebrates its rich wine culture, attracting thousands of tourists from surrounding areas and offers festival food and amusement park rides along with exceptional wine samplings.
Enjoy 230-acres of tranquility when you visit Mentor Lagoons Nature Preserve and its miles of waterfront beach, hiking trails, and wooded areas. The preserve is a great place to see the native wildlife and many varieties of birds.
Lake Metroparks Veteran Park is the home of a large inland pond and is a remnant of original Ohio swamp forest. The 100 acre park features piers for fishing, a trail through the wetlands, and a wildlife viewing area.
As one of the most known historical covered bridges in the area, Middle Road Covered Bridge offers visitors a driveable bridge from the 19th century. The bridge crosses over a scenic creek that is surrounded by trees.
Overlooking Lake Erie, the quaint Mentor Beach Park is both spacious and scenic. Several bench swings offer great views of the sunset over the lake, and there is a playground featuring a miniature rock climbing wall and a soccer field.
Part of the national theater chain, Mentor's Atlas Movie Theater is a cinema multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood movies in fully digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees, as well as concession combos.
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501 Sandusky St, Conneaut, OH 44030 MoreLess Info
Featuring an array of artifacts, Conneaut Area Historical Society Museum celebrates and honors the past. Along with displays marking history of the community, the museum further contains memorabilia from the railroad industry.