Are you a homeschooling mom seeking to put a little oomph into your homeschooling days? Is the long days of winter feeling a bit drab and you find yourself gazing through travel magazines thinking about summer vacation? Spring is just around the corner and the perfect time to plan a homeschool field trip.
If you live in or near Ohio you know that it’s a state that is filled with history, industry, and attractions. Whether your family prefers historical museums and sites, or exploring nature, northwest Ohio will delight and surprise you with it’s homeschool field trip offerings.
25 Northwest Ohio Homeschool Field Trip Ideas
- Bears Mill – Greenville
- Fort Meigs — Perrysburg
- American Civil War Museum of Ohio – Tiffin
- Fulton County Historical Society & Museum – Fulton
- Twinsburg Historical Society – Twinsburg
- Wolcott House – Maumee
- The Tiffin Glass Museum — Seneca
- Marblehead Lighthouse Museum – Marblehead
- Maritime Museum of Sandusky – Sandusky
- Delphos Museum of Postal History – Delphos
- Liberty Aviation Museum – Port Clinton
Nature Parks & Preserves
- Daughmer Prairie Savannah State Nature Preserve – Bucyrus
- Glacial Grooves State Memorial – Kelley’s Island
- Old Woman Creek State Nature Preserve –
- Metzger Marsh State Wildlife Area – Lucas County
- Magee Marsh Wildlife Area –
- Ohio Caverns
- Miakonda Museum – Toledo
- Toledo Mud Hens MiLB – Toledo
- Toledo Zoo – Toledo
- Magee Marsh Wildlife Area – Sandusky
If you live in or are visiting the state of Ohio, I hope you will check out some of these great locations. The Eerie shoreline is beautiful to behold, and with lighthouses, and aviation museums, not to mention the world’s largest amusement park, you’ll be sure to have a great time exploring.
You might just discover your family’s next great vacation spot.
Where do you like to field trip? Do you prefer nature preserves, or museums? Tell me how you like to get out and about with the kids.
Did you know that I wrote a book about all-things Ohio Homeschooling? In it you’ll discover a guide for how to homeschool in the state of Ohio, along with an extensive listing of co-ops and support groups for each region, a resource list for classes offered from every corner of the state. You’ll also find a huge list of field trip ideas for every single county in the stat, yep, all 88 of them. Plus there is information about homeschooling methods, and resources for homeschool curriculum.
You can find your copy on Amazon, either in Kindle form or print form.
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