Pro Football Hall of Fame
An exhilarating museum and attraction, the Hall of Fame pays tribute to the talents and triumphs of pro football’s greatest legends. The Pro Football Hall of Fame has welcomed more than 10 million fans. Each year, visitors travel from each of the 50 states and from upward of 70 foreign countries to tour the Hall of Fame.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame works collaboratively with the pro football family: the National Football League, the 32 NFL clubs, and other entities. The cooperative efforts of all of these organizations have contributed greatly to the overall success of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In turn, the Hall strives to serve as the best historical showplace and repository for the sport of professional football.
Located just 20 minutes from our campground near Canton, OH, this is a must-see for even the casual football fan!
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Canton Classic Car Museum
The Canton Classic Car Museum has something for everyone. Automobilia. Vintage toys. Steam engines. Movie posters. Historic photography. Oriental rugs. Meyer's Lake Park and Canton historical displays. The list goes on and on!
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The Farm at Walnut Creek
The Farm at Walnut Creek is where you will find both a unique and educational experience for people of all ages. While visiting the farm, you will have the opportunity to view and feed over 500 animals from six different continents such as buffalo, llamas, giraffes, deer, elk, and many more that call this farm home.
You can enjoy hand feeding these animals from the comfort of your own car or call to reserve a leisurely horse drawn wagon ride. Also experience a working farm in action during your visit. Depending on the season, plowing, thrashing, sowing seeds, growing produce, canning, milking, quilting, and baking may all be taking place on any given day.
Be sure to take a stroll through their non-electric farm houses and don’t forget your camera to capture the memories.