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Sedona KI Meditation Tours
(928) 649-1386
685 Bill Gray
Cottonwood, AZ
Haunted Tours LLC
(928) 634-0452
PO Box 3292
Cottonwood, AZ
Canyon Spirit Botanical Ventures LLC
(928) 284-9626
PO Box 20631
Sedona, AZ
Arizona Safari Jeep Tours
(928) 282-3012
335 Jordan
Sedona, AZ
Crossing Worlds NativeNature Journeys
(928) 282-0846
PO Box 3288
Sedona, AZ
Hydros Adventures
(928) 310-8141
814 N 4th
Cottonwood, AZ
Verde Canyon Railroad
(623) 374-3185
300 N. Broadway
Clarkdale, AZ
The Electric Toy Store
(928) 284-2624
6560 State Route 179 Ste
Sedona, AZ
Red Rock Western Jeep Tours
(928) 282-6826
270 N State Route
Sedona, AZ
Mr. Sedona
(928) 204-2201
583 Circle
Sedona, AZ

Buckeye State

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As you drive through the Buckeye State, you’ll travel through beautiful and rugged terrain, and enter into a state rich with history – Ohio has been the home state of more U.S. Presidents than any other – where your opportunities for getting out and enjoying nature are virtually limitless. There are enough campgrounds with RV hookups to make this one of the most rig-friendly states in the Union, so let’s give it a look-over.

Dalton’s a great place to start off. Located in the northern part of the state, Dalton is a small village with a predominantly Amish population, so this is a place best seen by foot. The Dalton Historical Museum is a particular point of interest, as it tells the story of this small community with exhibits and artifacts from this village. Plan your trip around the time of the annual Strawberry Festival and sample some of the best strawberry jams, preserves, and other strawberry products you’ll ever taste. The rest of the time, be sure not to pass up the local bakeries, where you’ll surely come in contact with a few things that may be detrimental to the waistline…but worth it!

Leaving Dalton by way of the southbound OH-94, take it for 8 miles until it becomes the OH-241, which you’ll stay on for 16 miles until you come to Millersburg. The downtown area has much to offer, including antique shops, the palatial 28-room Victorian House Museum, and many other unique stores to keep your interest. There’s even a 12-mile trail winding through the local wetlands, so bring your binoculars and see how many different species of birds you can spot. A local animal park offers you a chance to come face-to-face with some docile farm animals, which will even eat from the palm of your hand.

Next stop, Berlin. Head east on the OH-39 for 6 miles and you’re there. This region is rife with Amish and Mennonite history, and Berlin is the home of the Amish/Memmonite Heritage Center. The center shows a cross-section of Amish life with murals, art, and crafts displays,...

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