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INVESTIGATE THE PARANORMAL THIS FALL IN WAYNESVILLE AND LEBANON
The historic towns of Waynesville & Lebanon in Southwest Ohio offer plenty of paranormal experiences for a genuine halloween fright!
Warren County Unveils Summer Playlist
Ohio’s largest vacation destination for family fun also will feature musical events every weekend June through August. The eclectic mix of events includes salsa, blues, gospel and country to name a few.
Ride and Roar with more Savings Than Before
This three-day vacation package includes four tickets to Kings Island, four tickets to the Cincinnati Zoo, two nights lodging with free breakfast at either the Comfort Suites Kings Island or Hyatt Place Cincinnati Northeast and two free kids meals at a local Bob Evans Restaurant.
Warren County CVB’s Daily Prize Giveaway Celebrates Ohio Tourism Month
Enter to win one of 31 Prizes in 31 Days in May. Enter to win a new prize every day on www.FamilyFriendlyCincinnati.com . The winners will be announced weekly on the Warren County CVB Facebook page and on Twitter by following @WarrenCountyOH or searching the Twitter hashtag #31Prizes31Days.
American Girl Doll Mystery Train Ride and Manners Tea
Girls ages six and up, mothers, grandmothers, aunts and friends are invited to bring their favorite American Girl Doll and join the LM&M Railroad and Warren County History Center for a day filled with history, mystery and tea Apr 10 and 11.
Outdoor Adventure Reaches New Heights, on the Midwest's Largest Canopy Zipline Tour
The Midwest's largest zipline tour, Ozone Zipline Adventures, reopens for the season on April 1. Much like zipline tours in exotic destinations, Ozone Zipline Adventures is an eco-adventure that combines the thrills of flying through the treetops at heights of 200 feet above the valley floor, with outdoor recreation, environmental education and historical awareness.
What kind of vacation does mom really want this spring?
What kind of vacation does mom really want this spring? According to a new poll by WhyMomsRule.com 36% of moms want a “good value for the money,” 29% want “a place that keeps the whole family entertained” and 25% “an economical destination that offers a variety of affordable accommodations/activities.”
A: Warren County, Ohio’s Largest Playground is the answer for family fun! With more to do in a 30 mile radius than anywhere else in Ohio and more than 40 convenient and affordable hotels, it’s no wonder so many moms choose Warren County for their next family vacation.
Vacation Package Deals will be HOT!
MASON, OH – (April 21, 2009) – “Travel deals will be hot” with consumers this year according to leading travel industry research group PhoCusWright. “Consumers will spend the time to search out options that give them the most for the dollar.” On the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau (WCCVB) website, visitors will not have to search far.
Recipe for a Fun-Filled and Affordable Spring Break
MASON, OH – (March 16, 2009) “Cook up” a fantastic and affordable spring break for your family with a short drive to Warren County, Ohio’s Largest Playground. Whatever your family's favorite activity, you’re sure to find it in Warren County where there’s more to do in 30 miles than anywhere else in Ohio. Let our sample “recipe” be your guide to all the family fun Warren County has to offer.
Largest ZipLine Tour in the Midwest Announced in Warren County, Ohio
WARREN COUNTY, OH – (March 4, 2009) –Ozone Zipline Adventures announced it will open in May of 2009 in Warren County, Ohio. It will be the largest zipline tour in the Midwest, and include some of the longest single zipline runs in the continental U.S.
Local Residents Needed as “Extras”
MASON, OH – (December 12, 2008) – Fort Ancient invites the public to share in a distinctive moment of history as Cincinnati artist, Mary Louise Holt, photographs a reenactment of the Winter Solstice ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 20. The photograph will be used as a scale for the actual painting illustrating the native inhabitants watching the sun rise as they may have done 2,000 years ago.
The Christmas Ranch Partners with Ronald McDonald House of Cincinnati
MASON, OH – (November 2008) – The Christmas Ranch, located in Morrow, has partnered with Ronald McDonald House of Cincinnati and will donate a portion of the entrance fee to the worthy cause. Dentist and philanthropist Dr. J. Michael Fuchs projects over 10,000 cars will visit his display this year, appropriately named “The Gift of Lights.”
Travel trend: Demographic and economic factors favor quaint hospitality of B&Bs
Bed and Breakfasts have been a part of the American culture for more than 200
years, but forecasters are now predicting B&B business to be a growing niche for
travelers. Current life issues: time poverty, gasoline prices, the exchange rate are
all forcing vacationers, the maturing Baby Boomers, and the foreign tourists to rethink
their vacation plans.
Get Healthy and Have Fun
July 2008 – MASON, OH – Plan to have fun and get healthy at the same time.
The Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau (WCCVB) invites all outdoor
enthusiasts to experience our natural wonders. In the process, you’ll enjoy how fit
you are and how much better you’ll feel while playing outside.
In Warren County, ghosts don’t just come out at night.
July 2008 – MASON, OH – Many areas in Ohio are recognized for ghostly visits and
Why are women who take vacations healthier, happier, and more satisfied with their lives?
June 2008 – LEBANON, OH – The stresses of our lives, work habits and the
economy can bring us down – emotionally and physically.
Win 30 Vacation Prizes in 30 Days in Ohio’s Largest Playground!
May 2008 – LEBANON, OH – Beginning June 8, 2008 the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau (WCCVB) is launching its “30 Prizes in 30 Days Family Getaway Sweepstakes”, sponsored by Kings Island, Great Wolf Lodge and the WCCVB.
Fill-Up on Savings This Summer in Ohio’s Largest Playground
May 2008 – LEBANON, OH - In light of the significant increase in gas prices, the current economic downturn and the approaching Memorial Day holiday, the Warren County Convention & Visitors Bureau is moving forward with a strong regional promotion encouraging consumers to “vacation close to home.” Warren County is a perfect drive destination that offers opportunities to take a family trip without spending an outrageous amount on gas and lodging.
Festive and Frightening Fall Adventures in Ohio’s Largest Playground
May 2008 – LEBANON, OH – Warren County is the perfect drive destination for travelers of all ages looking for memorable fall escapes. The aroma of baked apples, roasted turkey legs, and German sauerkraut mark the beginning of Warren County’s unique fall festivals. More than 500,000 people will venture to Ohio’s Largest Playground to experience all the weekend fall adventures Warren
County has to offer.
Interact With Famous American Innovators and Inventors at OHIO CHAUTAUQUA 2008
May 2008 – LEBANON, OH – Five noted Americans will educate and entertain Warren County residents (of all ages) as they explore their lives and legacies.
Dance to the Beat of Native American Drummers
April 2008 – LEBANON, OH – On June 7-8 visitors can experience Native American traditions, singing, drumming, more than 100 dancers, storytelling and flute music during Celebration: A Gathering of Four Directions at Fort Ancient– just one of many great celebrations in Ohio’s Largest Playground!®
Experience A “Dream-Green” Getaway In Eco-Friendly Warren County
February 2008 – LEBANON, OH – For many thousands of years the southwest Ohio river valley has remained verdant and healthy. Warren County, located just north of Cincinnati, has retained a significant amount of green space, with a sincere pledge to keep it as such.
Fort Ancient Ranked Among Ohio Sites Considered for World Heritage Recognition
February 2008 – LEBANON, OH – The U.S. Secretary of the Interior has notified Ohio Historical Society officials that the Ohio Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks (which includes the earthworks at Fort Ancient State Memorial) have been included in the list for consideration from which the World Heritage List will be selected.