Bowling Green, Ohio

August 23, 2021

According to the Chamber of Commerce, Bowling Green, Ohio has attracted more than eighty-two (82) corporate investments. Apart from the diverse economy and population, bowling green is home to great restaurants and picnic sites. There is no doubt as to why the US has contracted the city for its trailer manufacturing operation.

Some of the thrilling activities you will undertake are; underground boat riding, America’s sports car racing, and a visit to the beautiful historical sceneries.

Here are some of the best places you don’t want to miss.

Fountain Square Park

Enjoy a picnic in this beautiful park situated in Downtown Bowling Green. Plenty of shops and restaurants are in the vicinity to explore. A sweet chocolate treat awaits you at Mary Jane’s Chocolates and a delicious lunch from Gerald’s 1907 Taverns. All accessible from the park.

Lost River Cave

An underground boat ride is ready at this historic cave. After hiking, get yourself a charming gift from the shops. It’s an educational place that will empower your life by connecting you with nature.

National Corvette Museum

If you love cars, make sure you enjoy a ride with the museum’s historic Corvettes of choice (Available in July and August only). It has been named the best attraction for car lovers. Take home a souvenir.

Other best places to visit are:

  • Hobson Grove Park, Showcase Victorian era
  • Roland Bland Park, home to the city’s skate park
  • Historic RailPark and Train Museum

Plan a visit between June and late summer to see the colorful butterflies at the Butterfly Habitat. Be sure to add bowling green to your bucket list. So much fun awaits you.

3 Comments

  1. Larry Bush

    No mention of the university? That is the heartbeat of the city. I am not an alumnus of BGSU. In fact I played sports against BG. However, I have loved the city and university since the 1980s when they were a rival. When driving from my home in Florida to family in Michigan, Bowling Green is a regular stop–just because.

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  2. Fred Bowman

    The city you describe above is Bowling Green, Kentucky not the Bowling Green in Ohio!

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  3. Carol Walter

    No wonder they did not mention BGSU! Wrong state, gaaahhh!
    I attended that great school at it’s Firelands Branch in Sandusky, Ohio.

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