10 Must-Do Attractions Near Hearthside Grove Lake Erie

Laurentia Vineyard & Winery

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  1. Indulge at a picturesque Ohio winery 

Hearthside Grove Lake Erie is located in the Grand River Valley growing region and is home to more than 20 breathtaking wineries. Each winery has its unique charm and you can often find the owners working hands on and sharing their stories with visitors. Hearthside provides a Wine Country Tours shuttle on Fridays and Saturdays making it easy for you to enjoy Ohio’s Wine Country. 

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  1. Attend a live performance at Playhouse Square 

Enjoy a performance any time of the year in the heart of downtown Cleveland. “One of Northeast Ohio’s brightest cultural gems, Playhouse Square is where memories are made, dreams are encouraged and excitement never stops.” Check out the event calendar and plan a visit to one of Broadway’s premier touring partners. 

Bob Wick Live Music Photo by Dawn Bubonic

  1. Enjoy an evening on-site with live music and food truck

Indulge your senses and relax poolside with friends old and new. Various local artists bring the rhythm, while unique food trucks bring the flavor throughout the year. Check out our mobile app to see who is on the schedule during your stay. 

  1. Venture to Breakwater Beach via the Sunset Trail

Breakwater Beach is a white sandy beach just a short walk from Hearthside Grove via the Sunset Trail. Just a stone’s throw away, the beach is located inside Geneva State Park and makes for the perfect spot to take in a sunset. Not up for a walk? Parking is available for your golf cart, bike or car. Sit back, relax and enjoy the lake breezes and sunshine or explore on a paddleboard or kayak along the shoreline. Be sure to check out the old green and white harbor beacon at the end of the breakwater.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

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  1. Take a tour at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Cleveland rocks! Welcome to the Rock & Roll city. Expect to see an impressive collection of rock & roll memorabilia along with rotating exhibits hroughout the year. The Rock Hall also offers special events and the popular summer outdoor concert series. Visit the calendar to see what’s happening.

Beach Glass Festival

  1. Take a drive to Historic Ashtabula Harbor 

Known for its historic buildings, local shops, hand-crafted cuisine, and a microbrewery, the Historic Ashtabula Harbor is not to be missed. This vibrant district is located along the waterfront where the Ashtabula River meets Lake Erie, complete with a bascule bridge. The Harbor features several events each year including the The Arts on Bridge Street, Perch & Pilsner Festival, Wine & Walleye Festival, the Beach Glass Festival and more. Experience the local flavors, sights, and fun for yourself. 

Football Hall of Fame near Hearthside Grove Lake Erie

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  1. Adventure to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton

Football lover? The Pro Football Hall of Fame located in Canton, Ohio stands as a tribute to the sport and the men who have contributed to making the game the most popular sport in America. Experience the exhibits, see artifacts, schedule a guided tour, or perhaps attend the induction of new enshrinees. There is something for everyone at the hall of fame. Start planning your visit. 

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  1. Relax with a treatment at the Spa at Lakehouse Inn

Take time to unwind at the Spa at Lakehouse Inn. Pamper yourself at the full-service resort spa offering massages, facials, waxing and body treatments. Afterwards, sip on a glass of wine overlooking the beauty of Lake Erie from the patio at Crosswinds Grile, located on sight. You deserve it! 

Smolen Gulf Bridge

 

  1. Visit the longest & shortest covered bridges in the USA

As you pass through one of Ohio’s historic covered bridges, the past and present collide. Ashtabula County, in Ohio’s northeast corner, is considered the covered bridge capital of the state and is home to 19 of these unique structures, including the longest and shortest in the United States. Each covered bridge can be seen on a driving tour. View the map to get started.

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  1. Go zip lining at Lake Erie Canopy Tours

Looking for a thrill? Soar through the trees above the water with breathtaking views of Lake Erie. As the newest aerial adventure park in Northeast Ohio, located at The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake, Lake Erie Canopy Tours is the largest aerial attraction east of Cleveland. Lake Erie Canopy Tours also features an adventure course for adults or a children’s ropes course for the little ones. Not a fan of heights? Take to the water and rent a swan pedal boat or kayak. 

Customize your activity and social calendar to be as full or free as you please. Whatever you like to do, you can find it right here. Don’t forget to download the Hearthside Grove Lake Erie mobile app for more information and to learn more about on site activities during your stay, other nearby activities, golf cart & bike rentals and more. We can’t wait to welcome you to the sunset coast to start making memories at Hearthside Grove Lake Erie.