Ohio Car Rental
Find the best deals in Ohio
With a massive choice from the biggest brands, you can compare sedans, convertibles, sports cars, SUVs, mini-vans, coupes, hatchbacks and more.
- Massive choice of cars to suit every budget
- Huge choice of over 100 suppliers in Ohio
- Online reservations for the biggest discounts
Compare Car Rental in Ohio
The Midwestern state of Ohio is one of America’s most popular states, best known for being the birthplace of rock ‘n roll as well as many historical figures, including eight American Presidents, Neil Armstrong, and the Wright brothers! For this reason, Ohio has many nicknames, including the ‘Birthplace of Aviation’, ‘The Mother of Presidents’, and ‘The Heart of it All’ (because the state is roughly heart-shaped). Book your car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel to explore Ohio with ease.
Guide to Ohio
Cropland and forests cover over three-quarters of Ohio, which is divided into two regions: the Appalachian Plateau and the Central Lowland. Lake Erie, the shallowest of North America’s Great Lakes, marks the northern border, while the Ohio River lines the south. The state’s main metropolitan areas are Columbus,Cleveland,Cincinnati,Toledo, and Akron.
Climate in Ohio
As you go from north to south, Ohio gets progressively warmer. Its primary climate type is humid continental, but it also has pockets with a humid subtropical climate. Moderately heavy rain falls throughout the year. The best time to visit the state is during the early autumn (September-October) when temperatures range from 15.6°C to 26.7°C (60.08°F - 80.06°F).
26.5% of Ohioans have German ancestry, and more than half belong to Protestant denominations. Most of them speak English; other notable languages in the state are Spanish, French and German.
Things to Do in Ohio
Celebrate rock ‘n roll
Over the years, Ohio has produced many musical artists, including Marilyn Manson, John Legend, Art Tatum, and Stanley. Learn more about American music at the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame, in Cleveland, which pays tribute to rock music by displaying instruments, souvenirs, awards, and other cultural artifacts.
Admire some antique planes
To learn more about American aviation history, head over to the National Museum of the US Air Force in Dayton – you’ll find preserved aircraft from several decades ago! This museum has gliders from the Wright era as well as stealth fighters from the Cold War.
Discover football history
If you enjoy sports, you’ll love the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton. This building showcases some beautiful sports memorabilia – jerseys, trophies, and so on. It’s a fitting tribute to the state in which the National Football League (NFL) was formed.
Visit the Cuyahoga Valley National Park
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a beautiful place to spend a vacation. It is complete with 70 waterfalls and several sandstone formations. The park is home to many species including the American Beaver – an animal over which entire wars were once fought!
Eating Out in Ohio
For some premium dining in the sort of place that an American President would visit, dine at the Golden Lamb. Voted Ohio’s top restaurant by MSN.com, it serves some amazing sauerkraut balls and shepherd’s pie in an antique dining room. For something very unconventional, drive to the Buckeye Express Diner in Bellville. This fast-food eatery is located inside a vintage train!
No matter how far you are from Mexico, you can find some great Mexican food – like at Mazunte Taqueria, in Cincinnati. Chef Josh Wamsley makes some epic tortillas with meat stuffing. Finally, taste Ohio’s signature dish, the Polish Boy, at Whitmore’s BBQ. It’s a sandwich with sausage and french fries.
The busiest airports in Ohio are the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) and John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH). These are well connected to the rest of America and the world.
Getting around Ohio
All major cities in Ohio have their own internal public transit networks. In fact, there are 61 public transit systems in Ohio. For intercity or interstate travel, Ohio has several buses (Greyhound) and train (Amtrak) lines.
Driving in Ohio
About a quarter of the counties in Ohio do not have public transportation systems. Therefore, driving is the most common and reliable mode of transportation. Book a vehicle with a reputable car rental agency like Enterprise, Avis or Hertz in advance via Enjoy Travel to enjoy a seamless and stress-free trip to Ohio.
Got a Question? Chat with our US support team
Our online chat is available 8:30am to 5:00pm weekdays. Email: email@example.com