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 445 E. Alexis Rd. , Toledo, OH, US, 43612

  • Phone: (419) 476-0170
  • Fax: (419) 476-6111
3.2 out of 5 (46 reviews)
48% of guests recommend this hotel


»Enchanted Forest Playland

Small amusement park featuring a variety of rides, a miniature golf course, a river walk, and picnic areas.

850 Matzinger Road
Toledo, Ohio 43612

»Woodlawn Cemetery

The Woodlawn Cemetery was established way back in 1876, and is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Prominent personalities of the Toledo region are buried here that include John H. Doyle, James Mitchell Ashley and Morrison Waite. Check website for more details.

1502 West Central Avenue
Toledo, OH 43606

»St. Patrick's Catholic Church

The St. Patrick's Catholic Church is a marvelous structure made out of Amherst blue sandstone. This church was constructed in 1901 after the previous building had been demolished. This beautiful church is a great example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The church has undergone extensive renovations but has been preserved well all this while. The congregation is an active one, with regular services and ceremonies being conducted at the building.

130 Avondale Avenue
Toledo, OH 43602

»Toledo Botanical Garden

A 64 acre botanical garden featuing garden displays, enchanting views, educational programs, and visual and performing arts. Group tours and facility rentals are offered.

5403 Elmer Drive
Toledo, Ohio 43615

»Maumee Bay State Park

State park located on Lake Erie offering Quilter Lodge, cottages, and camping. Recreational activities include picnicking, hiking trails, fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, water sports, golf, and a nature center for patrons to enjoy.

1400 State Park Road
Toledo, Ohio 43618

»Splash Bay Resort

Dive into this fun-filled indoor water park resort in Toledo packed with thrilling slides and relaxing pools that offers nearby hotel accommodations for the perfect family vacation.

1705 Tollgate Drive
Toledo, Ohio 43537

»Governor's Inn

The Governor's Inn is a historic building located in Maumee, Ohio. A former post office, the building was constructed in 1836 and was subsequently called the Commercial Building as well as the Old Plantation Inn. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. It currently houses three commercial establishments- the Dégagé Jazz Café, Dégagé Express and Langley Hall.

301 River Road
Maumee, OH 43537

»Heck Of A Farm

Discover the joys of farming and farm life at Heck Of A Farm. This cozy farm gives an insight to visitors regarding the daily activities that occur on a farm, thereby offering a lifetime experience. Various concerts and events are also held from time to time, creating a party ambience. The children will love to pet the baby animals here and can also play with toys and games. Heck of A Farm guarantees a day of outdoor fun indeed!

4309 West Albain Road
Monroe, MI 48161

»First Presbyterian Church of Maumee Chapel

The First Presbyterian Church of Maumee Chapel is a monumental church site in Maumee. The historic Presbyterian church is also fondly referred as the First Presbyterian Church of Maumee. It is precisely located at 200 E. Broadway in Maumee, Ohio. It was constructed in 1837. The ancient church occupies great historic importance and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It encompasses less than one acre of land cover and is a stellar model of the Greek Revival style of architecture.

200 East Broadway
Maumee, OH 43537

»Fort Meigs

Fort Meigs was built in the wake of continuous attacks on the American forts by British forces, in 1812. Close to the Maumee River, the soldiers building the fort had to face harsh weather conditions and disease outbreaks. Inspite of all these hardships, the American troops managed to raise the fort in a year. Today, the reconstructed fort site and the on-site museum give an insight into military life and American history. Important events are re-enacted several times during the year. For details, check website.

29100 West River Road
Perrysburg, OH 43551

»Major General George Armstrong Custer Memorial

Dedicated to the civil war hero Major General George Armstrong Custer, who was raised in Michigan in the 1840s, this memorial is an equestrian monument which is also called Sighting The Enemy. Designed by Edward Clark Potter, the 14 foot (4.26 meters) statue depicts Major General Custer on the horse wearing his Confederate uniform. Located at the curb of Elm Avenue, the monument represents General Custer's sacrifice at the Battle of Gettysburg.

35 North Monroe Street
Monroe, MI 48162

»River Raisin National Battlefield Park

Famous for being the War of 1812's only national battlefield site, River Raisin National Battlefield Park is an interesting way to learn about the 'Second War of Independence'. The museum at the visitor center contains numerous artifacts from the period, and the park, apart from the biking and walking trails, includes an interesting Heritage Trail.

1403 East Elm Avenue
Monroe, MI 48162
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