While The Buckeye State is well-known for its relatively temperate weather throughout the year, its winters are much like the rest of the Midwest: often cold and bleak. Snowfall, high winds and frigid temperatures do their best to keep Ohio in an annual state of hibernation from late November to early March, keeping residents and their dogs wondering how to stay warm and wily through the coldest of days. Fortunately, we're here to share our know-how with you and your bow-wow so the two of you don't get stuck like a car in a snow drift trying to figure out how to spend your winter days (and nights for that matter).
While Ohio may not be the easiest place to spend winters, it's surely not the most boring either. Between holiday events and celebrations, vineyards, patios, indoor dog parks and outside adventures, you should have more than enough ways to keep yourselves entertained this winter. If nothing else, hopefully our activity guide helped inspire you to discover some fun of your own!