Enjoy Ohio’s fall beauty by taking a scenic driving tour.

Are you ready to start viewing Mother Nature’s fall foliage? The month of October begins many of the fall foliage scenic driving tours.  What a great way to see the back-roads and small towns of Ohio.

Fall Driving Tours
Ashtabula Covered Bridge Festival
Photo credit: Diane Rock

Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival
Dates:  October 8-9, 2022
Times:  9am – 5pm
Location:  Downtown Village of Jefferson, Ohio
Admission: Free

Click here for more information about the festival and to view the covered bridge map.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the year round Ashtabula Covered Bridge Trail.
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Another fun trail located in Ashtabula County, Ohio is the Barn Quilt Trail. The trail is closing in on 100 barn quilts, making the trail one of the fastest growing in the United States.

For more information about the trail click here.

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Coshocton Fall Farm & Foliage Tour

Coshocton Fall Farm & Foliage Tour
Dates: October 22-23, 2022
Times: Saturday, 10am-5pm | Sunday, Noon-5pm
Location: Coshocton County, Ohio
Learn more.

52nd Annual Drive-it-yourself tour. Free and fun for the whole family! Enjoy the fall colors as you explore beautiful Coshocton County, Ohio.

This is a mystery tour–locations will be announced the day of the tour and will be available on the map, which may be picked up at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds.


LORAIN COUNTY FALL  FARM TOUR
Date: September 24, 2022
Time: Noon – 5pm
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This free drive-it-yourself fall farm tour will feature five farms in southern Lorain County. Attendees will be able to visit Brady Vineyards of Ohio, Riverhill Farm, Lone Tree Stables, Stumpwater Farm and Queen Right Colonies.

No RSVP is necessary.

 


The Geig Family Arm - Medina Ohio
Photo credit: Diane Rock

Medina County Fall Foliage Tour
Dates:  October 8-9, 2022
Times:  Noon to 6pm
Location:  Medina County, Ohio
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2022 Fall Foliage Tour has nine (9) Host stops this year with six (6) Points of Interest and we will be in the southeast quadrant of the county. There will be some old favorites plus some new stops. October 8 and 9, noon to 5 pm.

Geig’s Orchard, Seville, Ohio
Seville Library Medina County District Library, Seville, Ohio
Seville Historical Society, Seville, Ohio
Rupp-Dale Farm, Seville, Ohio
Weltzien Skypark, Wadsworth, Ohio
Trolley Line House with the Wadsworth Area Historical Society, Wadsworth, Ohio
Blooming Acres Inc., Wadsworth, Ohio
Oenslager Nature Center Medina County Park District, Sharon Center, Ohio
Barn Talk Hops, Wadsworth, Ohio

Local Visitor Information:
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Mohican Covered Bridge
Photo courtesy of Discover Mohican

FALL FOLIAGE DRIVE-IT-YOURSELF TOUR
Dates:  October 16-30, 2022

Experience the beauty of Mohican Country during a drive-it-yourself tour through the Mohican State Park.  Take a hike on the trails, enjoy many historical sites and visit the local shops in the Mohican area.  For more information call 419-994-2519 or visit www.discovermohican.com

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Wayne County Farm Tour

Wayne County Farm Tour
Dates:  October 8-9, 2022
Times:   Sat 11 AM-6 PM, Sun 1-6 PM*
Location: Wayne County, Ohio
Admission:  Free

Spend the day in beautiful rural Wayne County on a self-drive tour of area farms and agricultural businesses while enjoying the fall colors.

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Looking for even more fall color to view?

squirex640The Cleveland Metroparks offers a wonderful way to take a self-guided driving tour through all the parks located in the Emerald Necklace. Beautiful  tree-lined parkways,  scenic overlooks, spectacular views of waterfalls, gorges, and lakes.  And of course Squire’s Castle with the beautiful fall foliage as a backdrop.   For more information about the Cleveland Metroparks fall colors click here.

 

 

 

millcreekfall7Mill Creek Metroparks
Every time I take someone to Mill Creek Metroparks they fall in love.  From the beautiful Fellows Riverside Gardens, to Lanterman’s Mill, the covered bridge, the unique suspension bridge to the spectacular views of the Lily Pond and Lake Glacier.   Mill Creek Metroparks is a great place to take a scenic tour.  For more information click here.

 

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Brandywine Falls
Brandywine Falls – Photo credit: Diane Rock

Cuyahoga Valley National Park
What can we say about a park that generally receives more than 2.2 million recreational visits each year, making it one of the most-visited national parks in the United States?  It has absolutely beautiful fall colors!  The Cuyahoga Valley National Park follows the Cuyahoga River through open farmlands, forests, urban areas, small towns and connects to the historic Ohio & Erie Canalway.  Areas to take in the breathtaking views of fall are Brandywine Falls and Gorge Trail, the Ledges in Virginia Kendall Park, as well as along the towpath.   The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad offers a wonderful way to see the park in its blanket of colors.  For more information about the park click here.

 

Check out these wonderful resources from The State of Ohio.

ohmapRequest an Ohio map.
“Ohio’s roadway map is free and designates Scenic Byways. This edition highlights many of Ohio’s destinations, and with its embedded QR bar code, gives motorists with mobile devices a helpful tool.”

Download the Ohio Byways Brochure
A new publication in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration that gives a snapshot of each Byway’s unique contribution to Ohio’s roadway system.

Ohio Fall Foliage Reports from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

 

 






Diane Rock, Editor

Article and photos, unless noted by: D. Rock, MyOhioFun.com

Diane Rock is the owner and editor of MyOhioFun.com, NorthernOhioTourism.com and the Tea Cup Rescue Society. She is an avid baker, gardener, Little Free Library owner, who loves to read and travel.  She spends most of her days sharing her love of things to do in Ohio, as well as creating destinations and itineraries for group tours and individual travelers.

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Featured photo: Courtesy of Andrew Gacom Photography

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