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Ohio Autumn Adventure

Day One: Grab Your Passport to Ohio’s Wine Country Where Lake Erie and Grand River Valley meet is a terrain of rich soil that produces plump grapes. It's here, in Ashtabula County, where the production of 65 percent of all Ohio grapes in their distinct microclimate gives this region the name "Wine Country." Stop by Ferrante Winery and Ristorante where 22 family-owned, secret-recipe wines are paired perfectly with the restaurant's upscale dining menu. The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake offers breathtaking views of Lake Erie and is adjacent to Geneva State Park. Or, if you're a nature enthusiast, spend the night at the family-friendly Indian Creek Camping Resort. Don't Miss: Ashtabula County's 17 covered bridges during a self-guided driving tour. You'll see the longest covered bridge in the country at 613 feet! Click here for the full article.