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Last Updated: 14th February, 2016 | By Chris Williams

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One of Ohio's best summer destinations is the 100-mile stretch of Lake Erie shore and resort towns between Toledo and Cleveland. Fly into Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, load up in your rental car and get ready to explore this unique Ohio shoreline.

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Cleveland Hopkins Airport information

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Cleveland Hopkins International Airport lies 7 miles from Cleveland city centre. Trains service the airport from downtown Cleveland on a very regular basis, every 15 minutes and it is just a 30 minute train trip. The train station is located on the lower level of the Airport terminal. Rental car desks are at the Arrivals Terminal at Clevland Airport. Taxi's are available outside the terminal.

Airport Name: Cleveland Hopkins Airport
IATA CLE
ICAO: KCLE
Address: 5300 Riverside Dr, Cleveland, OH 44135, United States
City: Cleveland Hopkins
Country: USA
Telephone: ++ 01 216 265 6000
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Car Parking: Long and Short Term Parking Facilities available
Taxi service: Available in front of terminal
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Car Hire: The car rental desks are located in the arrivals hall
Information Desk: Located in the arrivals hall
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Cleveland Hopkins Airport

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Road Trips From Cleavland

Cedar Point Amusement Park

Cedar Point Amusement Park

Start your trip to Ohio with a bang at one of the most famous amusement parks in America. Cruise down Interstate 80 west from Cleveland’s airport to Highway 250 north, for a 1.5 hour drive to Cedar Point Amusement Park. Located on a peninsula and surrounded by Lake Erie, the setting for this amusement park is unparalleled. Though it is closed during some of the winter months, it is a must-see spot for the warmer months. Seventeen roller coasters provide hours of thrills and excitement, while the ferris wheel lets you see unforgettable views of Lake Erie.

Marblehead Lighthouse State Park

Marblehead Lighthouse State Park

As the crow flies, Marblehead Lighthouse is just a hop, skip, and a jump from Cedar Point. Yet the 37 mile drive is delightful as you drive on the Edison Bridge over the beautiful Sandusky Bay. When you arrive at the charming and picturesque lighthouse, the views will strike you as magnificent. During the summer, you can pay a small fee to visit the lighthouse. No matter what time of year make sure to visit the small museum and walk the grounds to enjoy the best views of the lake.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Just a half-hour south of Cleveland via Interstate 71 south and Interstate 80 west, sits the 33,000-acre Cuyahoga Valley National Park. With spectacular waterfalls and rock formations and over 100 miles of trails it is one of the closest national parks to a major metropolitan area. Established in the 70s as a recreation area, it also has helped limit urban sprawl in the Cleveland area. With more than 3 million visitors every year, it is definitely worth a visit.

Fallingwater, Mill Run, PA

One of the most celebrated American architects is Frank Lloyd Wright and his most popular home is a great day trip from Cleveland. Travel on Interstates 71 south, 80 east and 76 east for three hours to the turn off for Fallingwater. Fallingwater has been called the most unique home in the world, “The best all-time work of American architecture” by the American Institute of Architects, and is included in the “50 Places of a Lifetime” by National Geographic. Especially beautiful during the fall months, Fallingwater is a wooded estate that is impressively cantilevered over a waterfall. When you visit wear your good walking shoes as you will stroll around the estate and climb over the 100 steps in the house. Make sure to book your guided tour of the house interior in advance. On your return trip to Cleveland, stop for dinner in Pittsburgh, just 90 minutes from Fallingwater.

Northeast Ohio and Lake Erie are a beautiful part of America that should be seen and explored at leisure. Book online with us today and we will help you get the right car for exploring all that Ohio has to offer. Use our secure online booking system and complete our three easy steps to reserving your car today!

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