Things to Do Must Explore Ohio State Reformatory Built in 1886 and abandoned in 1990, tour the world-famous prison regularly from April to August (special days in the winter). Visit in September when it transforms into the Blood Prison or even investigate the paranormal on a Ghost Hunt or Walk. Malabar Farm State Park Working farm of Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Louis Bromfield, and the location where Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall were married. Attend one of their many special events held each year. Don't miss a holiday tour of the big house. Kingwood Center Gardens Walk the manicured gardens and tour the mansion. The greenhouse features rare horticultural finds and distinctive selections of plants for sale. You must snap a photo with the peacocks and see the lights at Christmas time. Richland Carrousel Park Take a ride back in time on one of the 52 hand-carved wooden animals. A great place to throw a party. This indoor attraction is open year-round. View More Must Do Snow Trails The 17 broad slopes and state-of-the-art snowmaking capabilities create pristine skiing conditions December through March, guaranteed! Perfect for pros or amateurs. Tubing available. Beginner’s area, surface and chairlifts, rental center and friendly instructors make learning easy! Deer Ridge Golf Club This beautiful, challenging course demands every club in your bag! Par: 72. Yardage: 6584. Slope rating: 129. Enjoy a meal or drink at The Black Dog Tavern after your round. Ohio Dreams Sports Camp The most advanced action sports camp facility in Ohio! Professional instructors teach skateboarding, Scooter, BMX race, and freestyle while pro teams train alongside campers. The summer practice Olympic ski jumps/water ramps are perfect to train for winter competitions. Tree Frog Canopy Tours Northern Ohio’s longest and fastest canopy tour, featuring a 2 ½ hour adventure through the treetops by means of ziplines, sky bridges, and rappels. Try the 60’ free fall! View More Recreation Must See Renaissance Performing Arts This historic theatre and exciting performing arts venue presents over 200 events per year. Home to the Mansfield Symphony, Broadway tours, and a full slate of touring concerts and comedy shows. Mansfield Art Center This award-winning, modern wood and glass building features a gallery of originals, limited-edition artwork, and jewelry from the finest local artists. Annual exhibitions includes curated, juried, invitational and traveling exhibitions. The Brickyard This outdoor amphitheater is located in Mansfield’s historic Carrousel District. Home to the popular Final Friday Concert Series, The Brickyard also serves as the location for community events, dance performances, and meetings. Element of Art The Element of Art Studio & Gallery is a non-profit art gallery that showcases the artistic talents of individuals with developmental disabilities affiliated with Richland Newhope Industries. View More Must Shop Historic Carrousel District Explore specialty shops featuring vintage records, boots, antiques, and cigars. Park for free at the corner of North Main and West Fourth Streets. The Blueberry Patch Pick your own blueberries at Ohio’s largest Blueberry Plantation. Enjoy lunch at the café or tastings at the winery. Shop for in-house roasted coffees, teas, homemade blueberry donuts, pastries and gifts. Glen’s Surplus Sales (The Shelby Mall) Eleven departments at below wholesale prices on tools, hardware, military goods, and more draw customers from surrounding states. Military get 10% discount (with ID). Wayne’s Country Market Seasonal local produce and an extensive selection of craft beer. Indulge in Amish baked-goods, meat, cheese, Waggoner Premium Chocolates, and Ohio wines. Visit in the fall for hayrides, straw maze and more! View More Motorsports Haunted Mansfield The Shawshank Trail DealsFind savings for area dining, shopping, and attractions.