Ohio is “the heart of it all.” It’s a place in people’s minds, and their hearts. It speaks to Ohio’s central geographic location, but just as importantly, it conveys that Ohio is the heart of the heartland.



The Cincy Region – where Cincinnati’s midwestern, urban vibrancy meets Northern Kentucky’s southern charm & funky flavors.  Two cultures collied creating wildly different, yet easily accessible experiences.  

Cincy is a region steeped in history, with a unique culture to match. Settled on the banks of the Ohio River, there’s a lot to this region of hills, inclines, bluegrass and rivers. 


A community rich with small-town charm, family values, and a populous with an unparalleled work ethic, historic Uptown Marysville is located just 30 minutes northwest of Downtown Columbus.

Marysville remains one of the fastest-growing communities in central Ohio thanks to its vibrant economy, well‐planned neighborhoods, strategic community visioning, and strong community pride.


From the rolling hills of western Meigs County to The Mighty Ohio River and her crown of cliffs to the east, you will discover plenty of beautiful scenery.

Tucked among the hills clinging to the banks of the river, and through backcountry roads, you will also discover a vibrant community, unique experiences, talented artisans, and one-of-a-kind businesses.


Set against the backdrop of the appalachian Foothills, Coshocton is known as America’s Canal Town.

Coshocton is home to festivals, over 60 local restaurants and shops, six adventure trails, museums, entertainment, and more.



Columbus is a city built on bold ideas and fueled by relentless optimism. 

A welcoming and forward-thinking city in the heart of the Midwest, Columbus is the 14th largest city in the U.S. and Ohio’s capital.

From world-class museums like COSI, named the best science museum in the country for four consecutive years by USA Today 10Best, to unique neighborhoods like the Short North Arts District, historic German Village and the Arena District — where three professional sports teams live on one street — Columbus has so much to offer.


Spanning two counties, the Village of Swanton’s name comes from nearby Swan Creek.  

Swanton is the home of the Spirit of the American Doughboy Statue, a gift from the Republic of France in gratitude for the sacrifices of those men whom Swanton sent to fight in World War I. 


A premier southern Ohio destination of historical sites, great outdoors, and hospitality.

Situated in the foothills of the Appalachian Region of America, Ross County offers outdoor enthusiasts 5 State Parks, 1 National Park and over 200 miles of trails to explore.


Hamilton, Ohio is a city known and loved for its innovation, art, and history.  Founded in 1791 as Fort Hamilton, and named after Alexander Hamilton, a mural and sculpture pay homage to Hamilton downtown.

Urban revitalization has paved the path for unique businesses, and illuminates all of the gems and endearing qualities that make Hamilton a city that surprises and shines.