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Two Days (and two ways) for unforgettable family fun!
Home to Kings Island and Great Wolf Lodge Warren County packs in the fun with two great waterparks and an amazing theme park all within one mile of each other. Kings Island's has more than 80 rides and attractions and an award-winning kids area with more kids' coasters than any park in the world. Plus you get super-soaking fun at the all-NEW Soak City Waterpark, a 15-acre water park, free with park admission. Right next door, Great Wolf Lodge's 78,000 square foot indoor waterpark is always a comfortable 84 degrees.
Take eco-adventure to all new heights with a flight at Ozone Zipline Adventures. As the largest zipline tour in the Midwest, Ozone includes 10 ziplines reaching heights of 200 feet and speeds of 30 miles per hour and traverses over eight sky bridges. Soaring alongside the Little Miami State Park trail corridor, Ozone offers views of the Little Miami Scenic River and Bike Trail. Hit the trail or river for bicycling, hiking, cross-country skiing, rollerblading, backpacking, horseback riding and canoeing the Little Miami River. Or, set off for nearby Caesar Creek State Park and Gorge for more outdoor fun, including geo-caching, fossil hunting, bird watching, hiking or fishing.
Girl's Great Escapes
Waynesville, the "Antique Capital of the Midwest" or Lebanon, rated one of the "Top Ten Best Places to Browse for Antiques" by USA TODAY are a must-see for antique lovers. Nestled in the heart of Warren County, these charming communities offer relaxing dining, historic B&Bs, more than 100 boutique, antique and specialty shops, museums, entertainment and more. For more shopping fun, spend a day shopping in style at the new Cincinnati Premium Outlets and nearby IKEA, or sample local fare at seasonal farmers markets, or stop by one of Warren County's three flea markets.
Three Generation Vacation
Relax, tell stories and be pampered with a trip to Hausfeld's Salon and Spa, then tap your toes to a Broadway hit at La Comedia Dinner Theater, Ohio's only dinner theater. Tee off at Shaker Run, a top-rated public course that was named one of the "Best Places to Play" by Golf Digest, or take a sunset hot air balloon ride.
"Edu-cations" Reconnect with history through hands on experiences.
Fort Ancient, North America's largest prehistoric Native American hilltop enclosure is a place of sheer reverence. Walk along wooded trails and watch archeologists uncover history. The museum offers a hands-on room with drums, shelters and reproduced artifacts. Reconnect with history in Springboro. Walking tours guide visitors to 27 historic homes and 14 documented safe houses. Spend the night in one of these historic homes with a stay at the Wright House Bed and Breakfast. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a documented Underground Railroad site, this home has one of the most authentic slave hiding places in Ohio. The Warren County History Center in Lebanon is home to one of the largest displays of Shaker artifacts in the country and contains many pieces preserved from Union Village, the first and largest Shaker community west of the Allegheny Mountains.
Fresh Fare and Healthy Living
Wildflower Café and Coffee House, a renovated 100-year-old home, offers organic cuisine made from locally grown foods. The family-owned restaurant stakes claim to the "World's Best Burger," made of grass-fed beef and served on pretzel bread with double smoked bacon, shaved onion, local greens, Peppadews and fresh herb aioli. (Named "Best Burger" in Cincinnati by Cincinnati Magazine, 2010) Visit Marvin's Organic Gardens the largest and one of the only USDA certified organic nurseries in the Midwest, and the largest producer of compost in the Midwest. Marvin's follows eco-friendly growing methods, and regularly offers exciting lectures, classes, hands on opportunities to learn more about organic gardening.