A moment in time.  Ohio's first summer resort is just 9 miles from Vineyard Woods.  Come take a walk on "the strip" where families have vacationed for generations.  An area where John D. Rockefeller, Harvey Firestone, and Henry Ford once camped in the early 1900's, Geneva-on-the-Lake has evolved as a popular vacation destination over the last 100+ years.  Read about the history of Geneva-on-the-Lake here: 

Some things have changed, and some things have stayed the same over time.  You can still walk into an arcade to play ski ball, grab a score card and play putt-putt, or race around a gokart track at Adventure Zone; which are activities that have been going on for years.  You can still listen to live bands throughout the day and into the night at outdoor venues on the strip or overlooking the lake.  Grab an ice cream cone on a hot day or duck into one of the old shops to buy a pack of baseball cards.

If you want a little different experience than years past at Geneva-on-the-Lake, pamper yourself at the spa at Lakehouse Inn.  The full service spa offers massages, facials, pedicures, along with hair, nail and body treatments.  After you relax and rejuvenate, get your heart racing at the brand new (opening this summer) Lake Erie canopy tours at the Lodge.  This unique, lakeside opportunity will have you traveling up to 30mph through the canopy on a network of steel cables and adventure sky bridges suspended high above the forest floor.  Spanning 25 acres these heights provide perfect, birds-eye views of the park and Lake Erie from the 60 foot towers and treetops.  This is an addition to the strip that we're sure Henry Ford would've loved. 

You can stop at Eddie's Grill, play your favorite song on the jukebox and grab a footlong hot dog, like patrons have been doing since 1950.  Dine at Piero's Pasta House if you want authentic Italian cuisine, or you can experience top notch farm to table dining at Crosswind Grille.  There are a wide variety of options when it comes to dining, it just depends on what you are in the mood for that day.