Ohio - Fame is the name of the game in the great state of Ohio, as it is home to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and the National Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron. Ohio is also known as the “Buckeye State,” due to the many Buckeye trees growing throughout the region’s rural areas. Lake Erie, one of the U.S.’s five Great Lakes, forms the majority of Ohio’s northern border. Ranked by Bicycling Magazine as one of the top 50 cities in which to ride, it’s no wonder that Columbus self storage facilities house mountain bikes capable of taking on the area’s 87 miles of bicycle trails. The Cleveland area attracts music fans who protect their musical instruments and memorabilia in mini self storage units. Known as the birthplace of aviation, Dayton-area airplane enthusiasts use self storage facilities for plane parts, tools and model airplanes. Ohio has hundreds of self storage facilities located in communities across the state.