Blue Ash, Ohio
Blue Ash is a small city in Hamilton County, Ohio. It was established in 1797 and named Blue Ash, because of the Carpenter’s Run Baptist Church that first settlers built using blue ash logs. Overall, it is a peaceful place where you can spend a couple of relaxing days and explore what attractions Blue Ash and the surrounding area has to offer to its visitors. Worth visiting attractions include Sharon Woods (a lovely recreation area ideal for enjoying a lovely walk in nature, playing golf, boating, etc.; don’t miss to visit its small museum), the 275-acre French Park with loads of nice trails, Heritage Village Museum (a well recreated 1800s community consisting of 13 historic buildings), and the prehistoric Norwood Mound. Regarding budget accommodation, there are 13 discount hotels worth checking in Blue Ash, OH. If you are after an excellent economy accommodation experience, then you will have to consider paying $110+ per room per night (2 guests).