"Best Wheeling" is subjective, of course. Not to slam you offroadohio. Don't mean that. Just that, each has their own idea of what is fun for them.
Some judge by trail/obstacle difficulty, others by the scenic surroundings, etc.
AND, since I personally have yet to wheel ANYWHERE within Ohio borders, I can't judge at all.
I'm used to Bundy Hill in Michigan and Black Mountain in Harlan Co. Kentucky.
I'm sitting on a 2"BB with 32's and I'm not afraid to be hard on my Jeep and take it where many would say that I shouldn't, be it rocks, hills, or tight, muddy, off camber and undulating trails. Not afraid of the skinny pedal when it's needed either.
Any suggestions for me offroadohio, or anyone else for that matter?
Jeepskool sounds fun to me from a "good time meeting and getting to know others under some semi-tame wheeling" conditions, but not sure. I'd still like to go because I simply love all types of wheeling and like to explore new places when time and money permits.
Just my humble 2 cents.
Happy wheeling all, no matter where you go!!