Vacation Rentals in Huron
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Vacation rentals in Huron
Plan a memorable summer road trip getaway with family or friends to this scenic, peaceful lakeshore corner of Ohio with miles of pristine shoreline, nature parks, wildlife trails and delightful woodland scenery. Discover a selection of action packed family adventure parks in the area and get ready for some wonderfully laid back watersport action with the boating, sailing, kayaking, canoeing and paddle boarding options on offer. Beach lovers will find plenty of lovely spots to put down a towel and chill for a day of sunbathing and leisurely swimming!A vacation rental for friends and family
Discover a restful lakeside getaway like no other and come and enjoy long, lazy summer days in the watersport playground and gorgeous natural surroundings that this location provides visitors. Find the perfect, stylish, comfortably furnished vacation rental equipped with all the amenities that you will need for a wonderful stay for a group of up to 14 guests. Many of the vacation rentals in the area have a yard, a hot tub and a spectacular lake view for your enjoyment.
Vacations in Huron
The area and getting around
Huron is perfectly situated just an hour’s drive west of Cleveland and two hours south east of Detroit making it a wonderful destination for the perfect Lake Eerie road trip experience. Discover magnificent Edgeware Park en route just outside of Cleveland where you can stretch your legs on beautiful trails and take gorgeous beach photos. A little further along you can stop at Lakewood Park to admire a beachfront rose garden with more than 2500 roses! Old Woman Creek Estuary Reserve just three miles outside of Huron, offers 573 acres of breathtaking nature in a pristine estuary zone replete with a variety of lovely hiking routes to explore. Next stop is Huron with its iconic Lake Erie lighthouse!Beautiful scenery and unique local activities
Make a stop en route to Huron in Toledo, just an hour from Detroit to visit the world famous Toledo Museum of Art. Admire the gorgeous Greek revival building consisting of 45 galleries of incredibly interesting exhibits. This world renowned museum and cultural hub houses major collections of glass art, 19th and 20th century European and American art as well as Japanese, Renaissance and Greco Roman art. The Glass Pavilion will stop you in your tracks as you marvel at the contemporary architectural genius of this incredible structure! Nearby Marmee State park offers a gorgeous marsh, meadow and woodland experience replete with wildlife sightings.
Travelers and activities
History lovers are in for a treat in the beautiful, picturesque town of Port Clinton just 25 miles west of Huron. Port Clinton is a heritage gem of a town nestled against the shores of Lake Erie and a short distance from Sandusky Bay. This lovely town has a vibrant, historical downtown district with lots of charming shops and local restaurants. The vintage facades of this charming town are beautifully maintained and this is a great place to stop for a tasty bite in an upmarket eatery on an Ohio road trip. Head 60 miles south of Huron to Malabar Farm State Park for an unforgettable day out. This exquisite heritage farm is located in beautiful woodland surroundings and is a treat in all seasons. The rural, pastoral charm, elegant historic buildings, horse drawn carriages, impeccable attention to detail and gorgeous heirlooms on view here will make you want to return again and again to this gorgeous place!Huron for theme park enthusiasts
There is plenty of family adventure action to be had in the Huron vicinity! There are towering rollercoasters at the world famous Cedar Point attraction where the thrill of the rides will make your knees weak. The Monsoon Lagoon water park near Port Clinton offers tons of water fun, go karting and bumper boats while Soak City near Sandusky features a wave pool with four foot swells and total darkness water slides for maximum adventure alongside the seventy foot tall Zoom Floom raft ride!
Did you know that the land around Huron was part of the compensatory land given to the people of Connecticut when their property was seized by British raiders during the American Revolution!
Top 5 travel tips for Huron
This is an absolutely splendid location for a picnic and a lovely nature walk. There are picnic tables, walking trails and there is an ever changing display of plants, flowers and butterfly gardens. This gorgeous 57 acre area features beautiful lakes, trails, meadows and woodlands. Here you can admire lovingly cultivated formal and ornamental gardens filled with native plants and captivating greenery. The trails and facilities are well maintained and the natural surroundings are pastoral and lovely.2. Visit Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve
This pristine, local marshland and adjacent wetlands make up some of the last, unspoiled stretches of shoreline in the Sandusky Bay area. Here a pair of binoculars will come in handy as you can expect to be able to appreciate around 300 types of birds, plants and animals that benefit from this beautiful lakeshore natural habitat. There are lily pads, gorgeous boardwalk trails and the Sandusky beach side of the nature reserve is a great place for surfing in the fall when this splendid preserve shows off nature in all her glory in dazzling crimson, golden and fiery orange fall colors.3. Play golf at Thunderbird Hill Golf Course
Pack your golf clubs and head on down to the beautiful sweeping landscapes of Thunderbird Hill Golf Course. As you tee off for an exciting 36 hole game you will see huge clouds drifting by in the vast blue of the sky contrasted with majestic, towering trees that are at their most splendid in the fall when their fall foliage is on show. There are gorgeous rolling fairways on the North Course while the South Course is renowned for expansive greens and verdant grass tees and fairways with breathtaking views of the Huron River and rolling hillsides.4. Visit Cedar Point Amusement Park
If you love hi tech roller coasters, history and thrilling rides, a day out at Cedar Point Amusement Park will tick all the boxes. Just three miles away, this heritage theme park offers a family adventure of a lifetime. Dating back to 1870 this state of the art roller coaster haven of renown is the only amusement park in the world with five roller coasters that are at least 200 ft high. Cedar Point was awarded a Best Amusement Park in the World award16 times in the last few decades! Admire the exquisite heritage buildings that are seamlessly incorporated with hi tech contemporary attractions in this unique and memorable fun park.5. Nickel Plate Beach
Spend the day at gorgeous Nickel Plate Beach where you can recharge and soak up the golden summer sun and enjoy the cooling lakeshore breeze. There are convenient amenities such as beach volleyball courts, paddleboard and kayak rentals and grills for rustling up a barbecue meal. This lovely expanse of soft sand beach is the place to relax and unwind to the sound of the gentle lapping waves of the sparkling clear waters of Lake Eerie. The views are scenic and include the nearby Huron lighthouse for a great photo opportunity. This is a great place to experience a beautiful sunrise or sunset. Located just an hour’s scenic drive west of Cleveland this is a perfect summer beach day trip for the whole family!