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Otto Schoepfle did not start out to create a botanical garden. Instead, he referred to it as "the garden that grew." He traveled throughout Europe to study and learn about different botanical varieties, coming home after each trip with new ideas for plantings. This continual pursuit of learning became a dominant force in his philosophy of life.

Built in 1870, the Searle House was frequently used as a guest house for the B&O Railroad crews. It was recently restored to its original grandeur, and is furnished in the finest Victorian tradition. Each of its nine guest rooms has a private bath, air conditioning, and all the comforts to make your stay truly memorable.

This 18-acre waterpark, adjacent to the Cedar Point Amusement Park, is a multistory, interactive play area, with more than 100 different wet and wild water gadgets that spray, squirt, and drench guests, Racy water slides, speedy chutes, spewing geysers, activity pools, and many other aquatic elements entertain and amuse water enthusiasts.
Whether you're a serious swimmer or just want to get wet on those hot summer days, Splash Zone's outdoor pool has 6,000 square feet of water to dip your body in. The adventurous can take a slide down the 24-foot-high waterslide. The main pool also features tumble buckets, four lap lanes, water jets, a smaller slide feature with water cannons, and a separate tot pool with a mushroom waterfall.

The resort has villas, cabins, a campground, and RV sites. It's an amazing new 21-acre waterfront resort on Middle Bass Island, located in the middle of the islands of Lake Erie.
Specializing in estate-grown Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, and other vinifera, St. Joseph is a small boutique operation. The size allows the company to bring personalized attention to its vines, wines, and customers.
Once part of a hunting preserve, the 331-acre Swine Creek Reservation continues to offer visitors the opportunity to see a wide variety of wildlife. Butterflies abound in the wildflower-filled summer meadows, while meadowlarks and bobolinks nest in the low-dense plant growth. Kingfishers and great blue heron are often seen along the margins of Swine Creek.

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