CJB - four days - three nights

by Barbara B.

August 10-13, 2012


Tour Stops

  • the Wilds

    The Wilds, located near Cumberland, Ohio, is one of the largest and most innovative conservation centers in the world, spanning 14 square miles in Southeastern Ohio. Board a Safari Transport or Open-Air Safari to view and learn about rare and endangered animals from around the world roaming freely in large, natural habitat, including rhinos, giraffes, zebras and antelope.

    Visitors can pick their own P.A.C.E. -- Personal Adventure in Conservation Education -- and depart the transports during the tour at destinations like the Lake Trail and the new Mid-Sized Carnivore Conservation Center that features cheetahs, African wild dogs, and dholes. Also available are evening Sunset Safaris, Family Camp Weekends, private Wildside Tours, overnight packages at Nomad Ridge at the Wilds, special monthly theme activity weekends, the Overlook Cafe, Gift Market, private and group tours, Birding Station, Butterfly Habitat walking trail, summer youth WildeCamps, Lodge at the Wilds, Winter Safari Tours, memberships and more.

    The Wilds is open daily from Memorial Day to Labor Day and weekends in the months of May, September and October.

    • Address: 14000 International Rd
      Cumberland, Ohio 43732
    • Phone: Local Number: 7406385030
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  • Bowling Green Wind Farm

    Visit the only wind farm in the state of Ohio. Four wind turbines swirl through the air to generate electricity to BG and it's electric co-op. An informational computerized kiosk is available for visitors to see how these towering turbines were erected.

    • Address: Corner of Route 6 & Tontogany Rds.
      Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
    • Phone: Local Number: 4193546246
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  • Gomer Welsh Community Museum

    The Welsh Community Museum was established to serve as a center for Welsh culture, local history and genealogy. Welsh culture, language, religion and customs have played an important role in the cultural fabric of Northwestern Ohio since the early 19th century.Open the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. Gomer, where the museum is located, was established in the 1830's by Welsh immigrants. It sits along the banks of the Ottawa River and Pike Run.

    • Address: 7365 Gomer Rd.
      Gomer, Ohio 45809
    • Phone: Local Number: 419-642-2538
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