Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer. The original meaning of the holiday is a national tribute to all of the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.
So whether you’re celebrating the end of summer or the original meaning of Labor Day, we’d like to provide some ideas to help plan your holiday weekend. Generally, most families will host a barbeque but you don’t always have to host it in the backyard, why not get everyone together at one of our State Parks? Each State Park offers a variety of amenities for your visit. Some parks offer beaches for swimming, areas for fishing and boating and plenty of trails for hiking and biking.
Not hosting a barbeque and just want to enjoy the last days of summer? Get some relaxation time in on the water, contact the liveries and see about reservations for a kayak or canoe trip down Paint Creek.
Labor Day in Ross County also means the annual Easyriders Rodeo event at the Ross County Fairgrounds. So while you’re out this weekend, make sure to watch for motorcycles.
We hope that you have a wonderful and safe holiday weekend!