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Ashtabula County Visitors Bureau

Ashtabula County Visitors Bureau

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About Ashtabula County Visitors Bureau

Northeast Ohio is home to SPIRE Academy, a world-class sporting venue on a 400-acre campus.
With 750,000 sq. ft. under roof, it is among the largest indoor multi-sport, training, education and competition complexes in North America. SPIRE features a national/international college preparatory Academy for high school student athletes and a popular postgraduate academy.

SPIRE has the unique capacity to simultaneously host a residential academy, clubs, leagues, tournaments and championship events, no matter the weather or the season. Every consideration has been taken to create an unparalleled experience.


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Things to do in Ashtabula County Visitors Bureau

Situated in Northeast Ohio, Ashtabula County covers 26 miles of beautiful Lake Erie shoreline and is home to the Grand River Valley, Ohio's Wine Country. Over 30 wineries throughout the region feature award-winning wines produced from vineyards that grow 50% of Ohio's grapes.

Discover 19 covered bridges, 4 scenic rivers, 2 state parks and some of the best steelhead, walleye and perch fishing in the country. Visit the Historic Ashtabula Harbor or Conneaut Port District for mouth-watering, chef-inspired dining. Check out the nostalgic village of Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio's first summer resort. So much to do - you might have to stay an extra day or two!

Travel details

Ohio is within a day's drive of 50% of the country. Ashtabula County is located on the Ohio/Pennsylvania border and is divided by Interstate Route 90, making it extremely accessible.

There are several options for flying to northeast Ohio. The closest airport is Northeast Ohio Regional Airport which is about 8 miles, then Erie International Airport which is about 35 miles, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport which is about 65 miles, and Akron–Canton Airport which is about 75 miles.

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