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Coyote Hunt
234 Acres at McKee Farm in Frazeysburg, OH
Starting Price$350 / Guest
Turkey Hunt
32 Acres at Gilead Adventures in Mount Gilead, OH
Starting Price$250 / Guest
Archery Hunt 3 | October 11 - 18
234 Acres at McKee Farm in Frazeysburg, OH
Price$1,050 / Guest
Archery Hunt 4 | October 18 - 25
234 Acres at McKee Farm in Frazeysburg, OH
Price$1,050 / Guest
Archery Hunt 2 | October 4 - 11
234 Acres at McKee Farm in Frazeysburg, OH
Price$1,050 / Guest
Eastern Turkey Hunt
80 Acres at Highpower Farm | Tiffin River in West Unity, OH
Starting Price$275 / Guest
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History of outdoors and exploration in Ohio

Ohio holds a rich history of exploration and recreation that dates back centuries. The state's diverse landscape, ranging from the rolling hills of the Appalachian Plateau to the flat plains of the Western Allegheny Plateau, has long been a playground for adventurers. The Native American tribes that first inhabited Ohio were expert hunters and fishermen, utilizing the state's abundant wildlife and waterways. European settlers continued this tradition of outdoor recreation, with hunting and fishing becoming vital for survival. In the 19th century, Ohio's natural beauty began to draw tourists. The establishment of state parks like Hocking Hills in 1924 provided public access to some of Ohio's most stunning landscapes. This marked a shift in Ohio's outdoor culture from survival-based activities to recreational pursuits. Modern-day outdoor enthusiasts in Ohio can partake in a variety of activities, including hiking, fishing, hunting, camping, and boating. The state boasts over 70 state parks and numerous nature preserves that offer countless opportunities for exploration. Ohio is a large agricultural state with $11B of ag production, and roughly 95.8% of the land privately owned by farmers and ranchers. The major crops are soybean, corn, dairy products and hogs. When planning hunting trips to Ohio on private lands like farms & ranches, it's important to understand some key dates for farmers and ranchers. Ranchers in this region usually do their calving, brandings and vaccinations anywhere from February through June. During these times, they are extremely busy and may be harder to communicate with. Farmers in Ohio will usually begin planting their crops in late April through June and then will harvest their crops in September through November, depending on weather.
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Popular outdoor activities in Ohio

The state is home to over 70 state parks, each offering unique opportunities for exploration and recreation. Hiking enthusiasts will find miles of trails winding through diverse landscapes, from the rugged cliffs and gorges of Hocking Hills State Park to the serene wetlands of Maumee Bay State Park. For those who prefer water-based activities, Ohio does not disappoint. The state boasts more than 50,000 lakes and small ponds, providing ample opportunities for fishing, boating, and kayaking. Lake Erie is a favorite among anglers for its abundant walleye and perch populations. Hunting is another popular pastime in Ohio. The state's varied habitats support a wide range of game species, including deer, turkey, and waterfowl. Public hunting lands are plentiful in Ohio, with over 400 wildlife areas designated by the Division of Wildlife. Ohio also offers excellent opportunities for bird watching throughout the year. The shores of Lake Erie are particularly renowned for their springtime warbler migrations. No matter your outdoor pursuit, Ohio's diverse natural resources provide endless opportunities for adventure and exploration. Whether you're an avid hiker seeking challenging trails or a seasoned angler looking for your next big catch, Ohio's outdoors has something to offer you.
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Popular counties for outdoor activities in Ohio

One of the top counties for outdoor recreation is Hocking County, home to the famous Hocking Hills State Park. This park boasts over 25 miles of hiking trails, winding through rugged cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and lush forests. It's also a prime location for birdwatching, with over 200 species recorded. Next on the list is Ashtabula County, renowned for its fishing opportunities. The Grand River and Pymatuning Lake are teeming with walleye, bass, and perch. The county also offers 16 covered bridges and numerous wineries for those seeking a blend of nature and culture. For hunters, Coshocton County is hard to beat. It's known as the "deer hunting capital of Ohio," attracting thousands of hunters each season seeking white-tailed deer. This county also offers excellent turkey hunting in the spring. Last but not least is Cuyahoga County with its Cuyahoga Valley National Park - a paradise for hikers and bikers alike. With over 125 miles of trails traversing diverse ecosystems from wetlands to forests, it's no wonder this park attracts millions of visitors each year. Remember that each county has its own rules and regulations regarding hunting and fishing licenses, so be sure to check before you go.
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