- Our list of the best things to do in Lancaster, Ohio, features the top 55 nearby activities — including 27 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Lancaster, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Sports & Fitness, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 18 things to do within the city of Lancaster, OH , followed by 37 popular activities in nearby cities, including Logan, Reynoldsburg, Newark, Gahanna and Columbus
Valley Zipline Tours 3465 Duffy Rd SE, Lancaster, OH MoreLess Info
A course speeds danglers through the air for more than 1 mi. along a series of ziplines, three of which stretch nearly 1,000 ft.
Visitors of Lake Logan State Park can go fishing, hunting, picnicking, swimming, and boating during the summer months. In the winter, the location also offers sledding, ice skating, and ice fishing opportunities.
Located on the scenic Hocking River, Hocking Hills Canoe Livery is an outdoor adventure outfitter that offers an array of services. Visitors can rent canoes and kayaks, camp in tents or cabins, and take moonlight or zipline tours.
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The Hocking Hills Regional Welcome Center, Logan, OH MoreLess Info
The Paul A. Johnson Pencil Sharpener Museum, the only site of its kind, features over 3,400 pencil sharpeners for guests to view. The museum offers guided tours to guests who wish to explore the exhibit.
Home for the only existing washboard manufactory company in the country, Columbus Washboard sells washboards and accessories. The museum exhibits and sells artworks and crafts made by the locals, such as clay wind chimes and handmade aprons.
Adults and children alike can spend their time at the Hocking Peaks Adventure Park, where they will find ziplines, ranger rides, treasure hunts, and a wicked forest. Among the special events organized in here can be mentioned the Run For Your Lives.
In addition to ATV rentals, Ohio ATV World offers a variety of rope courses and zip line attractions for visitors. The park has an area called the 'Hunger Range', where visitors can learn about weapons like hatchets and knives.