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Hiring a car can really improve your stay in Ohio. Whether you're on the Kentucky border in Cincinnati, smack bang in the centre of the state in Columbus or on the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland, car rental in Ohio really is a great idea. You can travel the state from corner to corner in four hours, and there's always something to do nearby, no matter where you are. Search with TravelSupermarket, and we'll help you find the best in cheap car hire in Ohio.
To bag a bargain on your Ohio car rental, just complete the search form on this page – all we need to know is when you want to pick up and drop off your hire car, the type of car you require and the age of the driver – then hit search and let us do the rest, meaning that on arrival at the airport, your car is ready and waiting for you.
If you are looking for airport pick up, you can collect your vehicle at one of the international or regional airports, including those in Columbus, Cleveland, and Dayton – from where those genius Wright brothers hailed. If picking up your Ohio car hire at one of the airports doesn’t suit your travel plans, you can also collect your vehicle from one of the many rental offices in downtown locations across the state.
At TravelSupermarket we can help you get the best deal on your Ohio car hire by comparing car rental prices and deals from a huge range of local car hire companies. We'll sift through all the information out there to find you cheap car hire in Ohio in seconds.
When you book car hire, Ohio holidays can be whatever you want them to be. Where will the open road take you?
Being only the 34th-largest state but the seventh most populated, you might see the stats and think that Ohio is a little bit crowded. Of course the truth is that two million of those inhabitants live in the greater metropolitan area of the capital, Columbus. Elsewhere, the landscapes of rolling hills, deep valleys, soaring mountains and densely wooded plains are blissfully devoid of human activity and you can walk, cycle, canoe or camp without seeing another person for hours. For some, this is the perfect reason to visit Ohio’s parks and forests, such as the Hocking Hills, which are only an hour’s drive from Columbus. Elsewhere in Ohio is Wayne National Forest, home to the impressive Tinker's Cave rock shelter. St Mary's State Park and many more sites of exquisite natural beauty can be found across Ohio's 45,000 square miles.
For other visitors, the bright lights of the city’s bars, restaurants, shops and attractions are the main draw. Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton and Toledo each showcase a range of unique charms. Toledo and Cleveland enjoy positions on Lake Erie, which makes it easy to combine city pursuits and beach fun.
If you do stay in Toledo, consider the short one-hour hop across the state border to see Detroit in Michigan, particularly if you are into motors or Motown. Visit the Henry Ford Museum and the Motown History Museum.
As states go, it might be small, but that just means that car hire in Ohio is a great way to see it all.