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C oshocton County, Ohio 2017 Visitors Guide

Featured Sections

Coshocton County Fair -Late September

Page 2 Maps

*Why is it called Whitewoman Street?

Apple Butter Stirrin’ Festival -October

Hot Air Balloon Festival -June

Coshocton County Map Downtown Coshocton Roscoe Village

Mary Harris, a Native American captive, is considered the first white woman settler in the Ohio Country. She and her family settled in a nearby town in 1748. She was so respected by her peers that they named the town Whitewoman Town and the trail to the town was named Whitewoman Trail. That trail became today’s Whitewoman Street.

Pages 3-7 Adventure Awaits Roscoe Village

Pages 8-11 Get Out and Play Lake Park

Pages 12-15 Dining

Fine, Casual & Fast Food

Pages 16-17 Three Rivers Wine Trail Coshocton County

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Cabins, Hotels & Motels

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Roscoe Christmas Candlelighting -December

Page 20 Take Your Best Shot Coshocton County

Pages 22-25 Discover This

Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum

Pages 26-27 Shopping

Antiques, Thrift & Locally made

Pages 28-29 Calendar of Events Coshocton County

Front page photo taken by Frank Satullo.

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A A few key locations of III A Monticello Canal Boat Ride Roscoe B Historic Village Regional C Coshocton Medical Center County D Coshocton Fairgrounds

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US 36

B Chestnut St. Main St. Cambridge Rd.

SR 541

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Visit Historic

Roscoe Village

G.A. Fisher Diamond Jewelers


Canal Cargo 740-623-2383

Coshocton Visitors Bureau

River Ridge Leather 740-295-0284

The Gem of Coshocton County Be sure to enjoy the famous shoppes & the wonderful dining opportunities of Roscoe Village!

Open Seven Days a Week, Year Round!


The Warehouse Steak N’ Stein


COTC 740-622-1408

Roscoe General Store 740-622-7715

Cottage Gate 740-623-0199

Ohio State of Mind 740-622-4601

Roscoe Village Sweets & Treats

Medberry Marketplace 740-291-8000

Caldersburgh Trading Co.


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Historic Roscoe Village... A restored 1830’s Ohio and Erie Canal Town Roscoe Village has everything you need for a memorable visit! Listen as costumed interpreters share stories about life in the 1800’s, see Civil War-era buildings restored and filled with charming shops, restaurants and B&Bs. Relax and enjoy a beverage on an outdoor patio or stroll through heirloom gardens. 600 N. Whitewoman St. Coshocton • (800) 877-1830 •

Photo by Lainie Brillhart

Monticello III Horse-Drawn Canal Boat Ride Glide into the 1830’s on this replica of a Canal-era boat as draft horses Sally and Rock pull from the towpath. Be entertained by the Captain as he tells tall tales and true stories of life on the canal. Seasonal Tuesday - Sunday County Road 83 ¼ mile north of SR36 Coshocton (740)622-3415

Heritage Quilt Barn Trails Built in Second Empire Architectural style, the Coshocton County Courthouse was dedicated to the people of Coshocton County in July of 1875. Recent restoration work in the courtroom revealed original murals painted by American Artworks artists. Visitors are welcome to enter through the Main Street doors to visit during regular business hours.

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Every pattern recalls family history through the reproduction of old quilt squares, which are displayed on unique barns throughout Coshocton County. Each of the three trails will allow visitors to enjoy the beautiful rolling foothills of Appalachia as you journey to each new location. An interactive map with directions and video is available online. things-to-do/arts-a-culture/quilt-barn-trail 1-800-338-4724 •

Walhonding Valley Historical Society and Museum

Pearl Valley Cheese Known as one of Ohio’s finest natural cheese makers, Pearl Valley Cheese won the 2014 World Championship Cheese gold medal in the Rindless Swiss Cheese Class and also recognized their swiss cheese as one of the 16 top cheeses in the entire competition, from the 2,615 entries from 22 countries! In addition to the delicious and famous Swiss

cheese, the company also makes Marble, Pepper Jack, Colby, Chipotle Pepper Jack, Farmers, Jumpin’ Jack, and Lacey Baby Swiss. Visitors are welcome to watch the cheeses being made on weekday mornings. Guests are welcome to sample lots of Pearl Valley cheeses before purchasing, so you’re sure to find and take home something you enjoy. 54760 Township Road 90, Fresno, OH 43824 (740) 545-6002

The old Warsaw Hotel is being renovated to its former glory and is home to the Walhonding Valley Historical Society Museum. Located at: 102 East Main St. in Warsaw, Ohio Open by Appointment Phone: 740-824-4000 CVB17_35

Gospel Hill Lighthouse

LAKE PARK Monticello III Canal Boat Rides Aquatic Center • Campground • Playgrounds Hiking Trails • Walking Paths


RECREATIONAL COMPLEX 23253 S.R. 83 • Coshocton • 740-622-7528 1-800-338-4724 •

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Stands up on a hill in Coshocton County Reception Area / Prayer Room Observation from Inside & Outside on Deck Free Tours Lighthouse Open: Mon.-Fri., 9AM-3PM Other Hours by Appointment



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The Indian Mud Run is a challenging, one-ofa-kind 5k+ course that is a natural trail with stone rock faces, water streams, and hills built in. Called one of Ohio’s “premier races,” the course features over 30 obstacles including rock climbing walls, water slide, cargo nets, swims, fire jumps, ice baths, and electric shock wires, along with extreme challenges like the “Dragon’s Back” and “The Destroyer, “ Proceeds benefit the Coshocton Park District. 6 Coshocton County Visitors Guide




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Indoor Sports Venue

P.O. Box 1177 1600 Otsego Avenue • Coshocton, OH 43812 Phone: 740-622-6657 • Fax: 740-623-0500 CAMPS KIDS Aerobics Classes, Spinning Bikes, AMERICA OFFERS:

Summer Adventure Camp, Tennis Camp Volleyball Camp Basketball Camp British Soccer Camp SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

No Membership Required for Participation 10% Discount on Activity fee if Members

COFFEE WALK & TALK Mon., Wed., and Fri. from 8AM to 10AM Seniors 60+ $1.00 59 & Under $2.00

Silver Sneakers, Walking Club, Senior Coffee Walk & Talk MEMBERSHIPS:

Family - $425 Individual Adult - $345 Senior Couple - $320 Youth/Senior - $240 Walking Pass - $65 (20 Visits) Senior Walk Pass - $35 (20 Visits) Aerobics Pass - $35 (10 Visits) 3 Month Individual - $150 6 Month Family - $300 All Access Pass - $80 (20 Visits/3 Months)

Free for those who qualify. Kids America is a 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization

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Indian Mud Run

From Beagles to Eagles, Coshocton has it all! Fallon Equine Park is located within the AEP Conesville Coal Lands and features 8 trails for riding. conservation

Coshocton is Blooming promotes beautification programs throughout the city and county of Coshocton by the use of flowers, plants, and trees to preserve historic structures and generally enhance commercial areas. The Old Stone fort is speculated to be the oldest building in Ohio, and possibly the Midwest. Most believe it was built by the French explorer, D’iberville, one of LaSalle’s aides, between 1679 and 1689.

Coshocton is proud to host the UKC Beagles Nationals and several hunts including the Don McVay Memorial.

Photo by Jim Williamson

Because of the slow flowing Tuscarawas and Walhonding rivers and the old growth trees in Coshocton County, Bald Eagles are thriving here!

One of Ohio’s oldest covered bridges, the Helmick Covered Bridge was fundamental to commerce in the late 1800s. People loved this historic bridge so much they raised $250,000 to restore the bridge and open it to the public. It’s Coshocton County’s one and only covered bridge! CVB17_34


A Beautiful Getaway right next to Amish Country

Come Visit Landscape includes 20 acres of:


• Copper Topped Gazebo • Lookout Tower • Half Mile Woodland Trail

• Several Picturesque Wedding Venues • Adult & Children’s Programming • Two circa 1800’s Houses available for event rental

An Emerging Botanical Garden

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• Rolling Hills • Spring-fed Ponds • Sandstone Amphitheater

Forest Hill Lake C a m p g r o u n d & R e c r e a t i o n a l Pa r k

• 6 acre lake, complete swimming setup • Playground, 4 picnic shelters w/ tables & grills • Concession stand, hot showers & flush toilets at the beach • 85 CAMPSITES with water & electric • Tent camping nestled in the woods

52176 CR 425 Fresno, OH 43824






Friday, Sept. 29th to

Thursday, Oct. 5th

AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, LIVESTOCK, Entertainment & More! • Like us on Facebook! 707 Kenilworth Ave., Coshocton, OH 43812

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Coshocton County Veterans Service Office 318 Main St., Courthouse Coshocton, OH • 740-622-2313 “Serving Those Who Served”


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Clary Gardens With picturesque woodland views, gardens and trails, Clary Gardens is the perfect place to have a picnic, enjoy a hike, or even a wedding! You will recognize some of your favorite native plants and discover new exotic ones. There is a new gazebo and outdoor amphitheatre for concerts, theatrical events, and more. Daily admission to the garden is completely free! 588 W. Chestnut Street (SR 541 W.), Coshocton. (740) 622-6524 •

Kid’s America Kid’s America is home to first-class sporting facilities such as indoor and outdoor soccer fields, basketball courts, indoor running track, volleyball and tennis courts, weight room and cardio equipment, aerobics room, and more. Don’t let the title fool you: Kid’s America has athletic opportunities regardless of age! If you are a lover of sports, make your way to Kid’s America! Day passes are available for visitors. 1600 Otsego Avenue, Coshocton. (740)622-6657 •

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Hickory Flats Golf Course Coshocton County boasts one 18 hole golf course and one 27 hole golf course. Hickory Flat Greens Golf Course is a public course that offers an 18 hole course, driving range and a practice driving range. Watered fairways and a pro shop round out the course. 54188 Township Rd 155, West Lafayette, OH 43845 (740) 545-7796 •

Coshocton Geotrail There are millions of geocaches hidden around the world! The Coshocton Crow Geotrail was created by the Visitors Bureau in 2014 to showcase 13 points of interest in the county. Passports may be picked up at the Coshocton Visitors Bureau and Annin Flagmakers Showroom, 432 N. Whitewoman Street or at the Coshocton Village Inn and Suites at 115 N. Water Street. The Coshocton Crow Geotrail offers fun, free, family-friendly activity you can do any time of the year!

River Greens Golf Course River Greens Golf Course is a recognized 27 hole course with three par 3’s and three par 5’s with all three nines having four sets of tees. The course also features a practice facility, banquet facilities, pro shop and a guest house. 22749 OH-751, West Lafayette, OH 43845 (740) 545-7817 •

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Coshocton Bowling Center 34 Lanes • Full Service Bar • Snack Bar • Game Room • Leagues For All Ages

EVERY WEDNESDAY 740.622.6332 • 775 S. 2nd St. Coshocton 1-800-338-4724 •

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Seniors Bowl Free All Day

Decks, Railing Picket Fence Privacy Fence Storage Barns

• Outdoor Furniture • Pergolas • Porches

• Sunrooms

Retail ~ Wholesale ~ Installation VISIT OUR SHOWROOM!

22560 S.R. 751 West Lafayette, OH 43845 Phone: 740-545-5252 • Hours: Mon-Fri 8-4:30 • Sat 10-1 • Sun Closed


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REACT Triple Locks Park

Roscoe Towpath


Just past the Roscoe Village Visitor Center entrance is REACT Memorial Park, where a complete set of restored locks is located.

Lake Park offers a unique paved walking/ bicycle towpath, which follows the original path of the Ohio Erie Canal towpath, connecting Lake Park with historic Roscoe Village and the Monticello III canal boat ride.

Get hooked on Coshocton’s fishing! Coshocton County boasts three rivers full of opportunity for great fishing and boating. Woodbury Wildlife Lakes also has over 19,000 acres and 40 lakes filled with many local fish such as largemouth bass and perch, and offers boat, rod, and tackle rentals. Woodbury Wildlife Lakes (740) 589 9930


Playvilion at Lake Park

Open to residents and visitors alike, Playvilion features slides, tunnels, games and much more.

Coshocton KOA, 24688 CR 10, (740)502-9245 Coshocton Fairgrounds 770 Kenilworth Ave. (740)622-2385 Forest Hill Lake 52176 Co Rd 425, Fresno, (740) 545-9642 Lake Park (740)622-7528

River Glenn Estates 23601 SR 93, Fresno, (740)545-9141 Walhonding Hills 32236 TR 364, Walhonding, (740) 824-4575 Whispering Falls 42539 SR 36, Warsaw, (740)824-3507


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Photo by Randy L. McKee

English Ivy Restaurant

movie “A Christmas Story,” and the original sign

Enjoy a lovingly prepared meal in a beautifully

from “The Price is Right” set signed by Bob Barker.

restored Victorian home, c.1895. English Ivy is

Menu items are fresh-made daily, including soups,

family owned and guests are treated like family. Bread and pies are prepared daily, along with special soups and entrees made from scratch with simple, natural ingredients. Open for lunch during the week and on weekend evenings, their special

salads, burgers and tater tots.

Hannah Marie’s Specialty Bakery and Coffee Shop

At Hannah Marie’s, you’ll find more than just

bistro dinners are local favorites. From Chicken Pot a sweet treat. Hannah’s specialty is creating Pie to Certified Angus steak, the food is fantastic. beautiful gourmet cakes, but her shop has You’ll feel at home at English Ivy.

something for everyone: cupcakes, cookies, pastries, bagels, sourdough bread, smoothies and coffee. Special soups, sandwiches and salads are also on the menu. Enjoy your selection in a cozy chair or share a large table with friends. Hannah perfected her decorating skills while working at New York’s Coccadotts Cake Shop, which appeared on the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars, winning the third time!

Lava Rock Grill A visit to The Unusual Junction would be incomplete without a stop for lunch at The Lava Rock Grill. Diners will be delighted with the 1950’s soda counter and retro furniture. There’s so much to see: record albums on the ceiling, a cartoon on the television, the Higbee’s window Santa from the 12 Coshocton County Visitors Guide

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Warehouse Steak N’ Stein Restaurant

Enjoy a unique dining experience in the canal-era building that served as a warehouse for the boats as they arrived in Roscoe on The Ohio and Erie Canal. The menu features a good variety of soups, salads and entrees,

but they are known for their huge burgers and onion rings. The shaded outdoor patio is perfect for warm weather dining and often features live music on the weekends. Visitors return every year for a special meal at the Warehouse Steak and Stein. Look for the canal boat model and paintings by local artists, along with signs from the NBC mini-series “Centennial,” portions of which were filmed here in 1978.



An extensive selection of domestic and imported wine and beer are available in this unique full-service bar and coffee shop housed in the William Roscoe Building, c. 1840. Once a mortuary, it is now a favorite spot for guests to relax with friends for a drink and cafe pizza on the patio or at a cozy indoor table. Live music is often available on weekends.

Medbery market

Once a hotel and stagecoach stop in the 1800’s, Medbery Market features a full-service deli and specialty grocery store; it is a favorite of locals and visitors! The deli carries a wide variety of Amish meats and cheeses, a gourmet olive bar and local artisanal foods. The beautiful oak and marble check-out counter was once the circulation desk in Coshocton’s Carnegie

Library. The Cafe at Medbery prepares made-to-order sandwiches, salads, and home-made soups. Hand-dipped Velvet Ice Cream is a favorite choice for dessert.


Open for Lunch @ 11 Tuesday - Friday Open for Dinner Saturday @ 4 Closed Sunday & Monday 509 Main Street • Coshocton, OH Phone: 740-575-4151 • Fax: 740-575-4328 POR_071_2016

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Other area favorites...

Roberta’s Diner


Peggy Sue’s Steak and Ribs

An All-American home-town restaurant, popular with locals and travelers. According to one review, “the food is classic roadside diner food - dependable, comfort food at a decent price.” Leave room for a slice of “sky-high” home-made pie-they’re famous for it!

Family owned and operated, this is sure to become a favorite. The decor is festive and the food authentic, with freshly made salsa and chips. Service is quick and friendly-- it’s the perfect choice for a delicious meal.

Coshocton Yard

An Italian restaurant and tavern featuring home-style pizza, stuffed peppers and lasagna. Guests love the old wooden floors, original tin ceiling and antique bar, as well as the food and friendly service!


The game’s always on at the Zone! The walls are covered with memorabilia from local and national sports. Featuring a full service bar and all-American menu, it’s a great place to watch a game or relax with friends.

Lunch & Dinner Buffet! Every day, 7 days a week!


Relax on Our Patio!

Mexican Grill & Restaurant

WE DELIVER! 740-622-8600

131 N. 3rd St. Coshocton

783 South 2nd Street • Coshocton Dine In, Pick up, Carry out or Delivery!










Buffet Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-2pm & 5pm-8pm Sun 12pm-2pm & 5pm-8pm

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Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm Fri-Sat 11am-11pm / Sun 12pm-9pm

HAPPY HOUR 2:00PM to 6:00PM



A local favorite with home-cooked meals and desserts, all made in-house and served with a smile! Open early for breakfast, and features dinner specials like Friday Fish Fry and Saturday night Prime Rib.




1/2 OFF ’s

Margarita every Wednesday!

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Located in Historic Roscoe Village

• Banquet Facilities • Wedding Receptions • Wedding Rehearsal Dinners • Meeting Rooms • Class Reunions

• Private Parties • Catering • Box Lunches • Lunches Delivered • Limo Service • Wedding Receptions

400 Whitewoman St. Coshocton, OH

(740) 622-4001





A rustic and cozy tasting room and lounge featuring a large stone fireplace and incredible views of the vineyard, lake and lodge property.

Located on 200 beautiful acres in Walhonding Cabins and Lodges for Large Groups or Romantic Getaways for two! . Restaurant . Special Events . Catering . Horseback Riding . Swimming Pond . Winery . Wellness Center

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Private and semi-private space available for special events and weddings. Indoor and Outdoor Seating Only Operating Winery in Knox County Gold Medal Winning Wines

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Three Rivers Wine Trail

Come Wine With Us...You’ll Feel Better! CVB17_33

The “Butterfly” is nestled in one of Ohio’s most beautiful country settings. Enjoy the enchantment of sipping fine wine in our almost 100 year old barn or relax on our deck and take in a rare view of great natural beauty and our alpacas grazing on the hillside. The “Butterfly” serves over fifteen varieties of wine from fruits to dry. Enjoy our great summer BBQ dinners and Mexican lunches along with our toe tapping music series from May thru September. We also have a Christmas Music Series too! The Yellow Butterfly Winery is also available for weddings, showers, reunions, business meetings and more. The Yellow Butterfly Winery is open from February thru December. See our website for our most up to date hours.


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11661 Blue Ridge Road, Newcomerstown OH 43832 • 740.492.1216

• Award Winning Wines • Spacious Wooded Decks • Inn at Rainbow Hills Bed & Breakfast

740-545-9305 | 26349 T.R. 251, Newcomerstown, OH 43832 11:00am-6:00pm Mon-Sat • Closed Sunday Open Later on Summer Weekend Evenings

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Baltic Mills

Heritage Vineyards 36 93 83 36

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Roscoe Village

Indian Bear


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Not your “Run-of-the-Mill” Winery! 111 East Main Street Baltic, OH 43804

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Rainbow Hills


The Baltic Mill started milling flour in the mid-1800’s and at one time, was Ohio’s largest flour mill. In 2014, the building was renovated and Baltic Mill Winery was opened to the public to offer delectable, handcrafted wine in a breathtaking historical setting.

Winery & Guest House



Step into Our Time Machine


elcome to Wine Country! The Three Rivers Wine Trail features six of Ohio’s best and most unique wineries. Plan a weekend to fully experience the beautiful scenery,delicious food and wines. Be delighted by a historic and very yellow barn, the nation’s largest inland lighthouse next to a scenic vine-covered hillside, and the charm of a converted flour mill. Summer cookouts, gourmet meals and live music are often available. Choose a guest house, bed & breakfast, or special rate at the Coshocton Village Inn and Suites. The Three Rivers Wine Trail is the perfect destination for a romantic get-a-way, bachelorette party, or girls weekend away.


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Raven’s Glenn

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a variety of estate-grown Americana & French hybrid and vinifera wines in the picturesque Appalachian foothills of Coshocton County Heritage Vineyard offers great wines in a casual, relaxing and fun atmosphere. The winery is conveniently located near Amish Country, Historic Roscoe Village and several local wineries. WINERY HOURS: 11 am to 7 pm (later on summer weekends); January, February & March only open Friday & Saturday from 12 pm to 6 pm weather permitting. Enjoy views of the vineyard from the private Guest House available for a relaxing day or long weekend. The Guest House sleeps six and has a/c, satellite TV and full kitchen. Call for details.

27561 TR 45 Warsaw, Ohio 43844 • 740-824-4314 Check our website for schedule of events!

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HAVE A GOOD NIGHT’S REST There is just so much to do in Coshocton County! If you are planning a trip to visit our area rich with tourism destinations, then we want you to stay with us. Enjoy one of our many relaxing and welcoming lodging options, including a myriad of hotels and motels, cabins, lodges, bed and breakfasts, and inns. We want you well-rested and ready to go for your next adventure in Coshocton!

Downtown Motel (740)622-6607 Roscoe Motor Inn (740)622-8736 Super 8 (740)622-8899

Hillview Guest House (740)202-5839 Mary Jane’s Cottage (866)496-4825 McKee Farmhouse (740)877-7270

Guest Houses

River Greens Guest House (740)502-4513

Heritage Vineyards Guest House (740)824-4314

Rose of Sharon Retreat Center (opening March 2017) (740)575-4275

Roscoe Motor Inn

Coshocton Crest Lodge (330)523-9123 Elsaan Outfitters 740-294-9399 Ohio Trophy Buck Lodge (567) 203-7048 Indian Bear Lodge (740)668-2100

Bed & Breakfasts Apple Butter Inn (740)622-1329 Daisy Inn at Pearl Valley (740)545-5240 Inn at Rainbow Hills (740)545-9305 Medbery Manor (740)295-0169


Coshocton Village Inn and Suites (740)622-9455 Country Squire (740)622-9823



We are conveniently located at the edge of Roscoe Village • Immaculate clean rooms • Reasonable rates • All rooms feature: - Air conditioning - Refrigerator & microwave - Coffee maker, hair dryer and iron - Cable TV with HBO - High speed wireless internet


421 S. Whitewoman St., Coshocton

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Cabins Cabins at Echoing Hills (740)327-2311

Roscoe Hillside Cabins (740)622-2222

Itta Bena Cabin (330)608-7880

Silver Pine Estates (330)524-3470

Nickel Valley Resorts (740)828-2410

The Woodbury Cabin (740)398-7251

200 Morris Crossing • Newcomerstown, OH 43832 740-498-9800 • Fax 740-498-9900


Piney Point Hunting Cabin (740)622-4037

Amenities Available: Indoor Heated Pool • Sundry Shop • Special Group Rates for your out of town guests

Gazebo & Patio

Enjoy the comfort and amenities of our Inn, and Conference Center centrally-located to all area attractions & restaurants, and situated next to the Muskingum River

• Overnight Pakages • Jacuzzi Suites & Executive Suites Available • Free High Speed Wireless Internet • Complimentary Hot Breakfast • Rooms have Microwave, Refrigerator, HBO & More

Banquet Space

and Conference Center for entertaining large groups up to 300 guests. Set up & tear down included

64 Spacious Guest Rooms



overlooking the Muskingum River

Christopher Loyalty Program 115 N. Water Street | Coshocton, Ohio • 888-395-9316 • 740-622-9455

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TAKE YOUR BEST SHOT If you want to bag the largest and the best deer, Coshocton County is the place to hunt with over 50,000 acres of public hunting lands and private outfitters. Hunters will also find abundant turkey, rabbit, squirrel and grouse.

AEP Conesville Coal Lands Over 14,000 acres of public hunting and fishing. Fallon Park offers a safe place to ride horses, just close enough to the campgrounds and with hunting grounds nearby. The trail is very scenic with rolling hills and sandy, soft soil.

Woodbury Wildlife Area

Photo by Frank Satullo

At 19,000 acres, it is Ohio’s largest public hunting and fishing land. Sportsmen will also enjoy the Class- A Shooting and Archery Range. woodbury

Elsaan Outfitters

New in 2016 and open to the public, Elsaan provides top-notch Mohawk Dry Reservoirs birding, guided hunts, Located within the Muskingum Watershed and sport shooting. Conservancy District, this area features public 26100 Township Road 52 hunting areas as well as fishing and camping along Walhonding the Walhonding River. 740-294-9399

Simco Wildlife Area

A heavily forested area which provides excellent opportunities for deer, turkey, squirrel, rabbit and grouse hunting.

Coshocton County consistently has the highest number of deer harvested in the state of Ohio, with 5,700 taken during the 2015 -16 season!

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DISCOVER THIS Coshocton is rich with arts, culture, entertainment, and historical landmarks. The JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum features

exhibits of American Indian, Historic Ohio, Euro-American decorative arts, and Asian arts, including several very rare Chinese artifacts. The Exhibits scheduled for 2017 include Breweriana: Preserving the

that served our veterans in wars from WWII to present.

airplanes while enjoying specialty sandwiches.


Airport Road

Providing critical care helicopter transportation, Medflight pilots and nurses work with trauma centers around the state to provide extraordinary outcomes to patients whose lives are on the line.

On what appears to be just another of Coshocton’s rolling hills, Airport Road is a hidden gem!

Warehouse Airport Grill

Specialty Jeeps

Open during the Summer and Fall, this unique patio restaurant offers guests the opportunity to watch the

What began as a hobby has become a thriving business that works to preserve the vehicles


Richard Downing Airport

History of the American Brewing Industry; Pushing the Surface, a Contemporary Quilt display featuring the work of 25 nationallyknown artists; and Rallying the Homefront: a Special exhibit of WWI American propaganda posters.

National Guard Armory

The 26,000 square foot Readiness Center is home to Detachment 2,1485th Transportation Company, Ohio National Guard.

MMS Aviation

This nonprofit aviation education and service organization that repairs and maintains aircraft labor-free for nonprofit Christian missions and

provides tuition-free 30 month apprenticeships for pilot-mechanics and aircraft maintenance specialists. Established in 1975, MMS has completed over 520 major aircraft repairs for more than 110 missions. Visitors are welcome with prior arrangements. 24387 Airport Rd. (740)622-6848 Every few years, the Richard Downing Airport hosts the Wings Over Coshocton Air Show. Stay tuned for more information on the 2018 Air Show.

5,000 FOOT RUNWAY! • Low Fuel Prices • Two Golf Courses within Ten Minutes • Nearby to Historic Roscoe Village • Terminal Building with beautiful view overlooking runway 04 & 22 • Comfortable lobby & pilot’s lounge with TV

• Conference room & Kitchen • Restrooms with shower • Flight Planning Available • Pilot’s Lounge with Wi-Fi Internet Weather • Courtesy vehicles for those that just want to stop, enjoy a meal & depart

Bethel Toler, Airport Administrator Phone: 740-622-2252 Fax: 740-622-1492

Website: • Email:

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Johnson Humrickhouse Museum

Coshocton Public Library/ Genealogy Room

Pomerene Center for the Arts

This local gallery features art exhibits, classes, and concerts. The center is also a beautiful location for weddings and parties. The Pomerene Center for the Fine Arts building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Art Park

This project is transforming the vacant lot of the burned-down Park Hotel into a community space for art exhibits, performances and activities. The collaborative design process was supported in part by an award from The National Endowment for the Arts.

Dedicated in 2006, the 12 foot tall Centennial Statue is the creation of sculptor Alan Cottrill from Zanesville, Ohio. Each book in the stack represents a title of significance from each year since the library’s opening in 1904.

Our Priority Is Your Loved One’s Care

The Coshocton Public Library Local History and Genealogy Room houses the largest collection of resources available in a single location and is the premier location for ancestral and historical research. The Coshocton County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society partners with the library in supplying and assisting those in search of their family’s history. 655 Main Street 740-622-0956

Court Square Realty Realty & Auction, Inc.

The Home Team

Our staff and management are dedicated caregivers who take pride in providing quality care in a supportive, personal and considerate manner. You can rest assured your loved one is in capable, caring hands with us.

Jeff Eikenberry 740.502.0325

Stephanie Marie Conrad 740.294.0864

Tasha Jacobs 740.294.0420

Dale Caley 740.622.2851

Richard Moore 740.622.7973

Anita Angelo 740.565.0401

Ellen Conkle 740.502.2810

Sherry Horn 740.502.8983

Sharon Hosfelt 740.502.0929

Christina Humphreys 740.816.9673

James F. Nelson 740.502.0383

Tom Rager 740.281.7074

Jodie Meek 740.502.8890

Mel Wallace 740.502.0126

Wilbur White 740.502.7412

Phil Covic 740.622.1310



Assisted Living for Active Seniors


255 Brown’s Lane, Coshocton OH 43812


1-800-338-4724 •

Linda Weber 740.502.2931

Donnis Meek Gloria McDonald 740.502.4961 740.294.9390

404 Main St., Coshocton 740.622.3731 Coshocton County Visitors Guide 23

Education that pays Ranked #1 in Ohio by

Quilter’s Nook

Mercantile on Main 313 Main St. Coshocton 740-622-5956

Featured in Better Homes and Gardens Quilt Sampler Magazine and located in a beautiful historic building, Mercantile on Main has the fabric, supplies, notions & classes you need to do it all: Quilting, Knitting, Embroidery, & Applique.

Rose of Sharon Retreat Center

Careers in Healthcare

(opening in March 2017) 304 S. 4th St. Coshocton (740)575-4275

This unique stone home sleeps up to 16 and is

equipped for sewing and scrapbooking in the well-appointed project room.

Heritage Quilt Barn Trail

Follow 22 miles to view 21 barns adorned with historic quilt squares, each one telling the history of the family at each location.

Ohio Amish Country Quilt Shop Hop November 1 - 4

Amish-area quilt shops host this special event. Free pattern, prizes and refreshments at each one!

30 th Annual Canal Quilters Show “Quilting Creatively - One Shape at a Time”

August 11th, 12th & 13th 2017

Careers in Business & Information Technology

Fri. 10-5 • Sat. 10-5 • Sun. 11-3 The Coshocton County Career Center, 23640 Airport Rd, Coshocton OH 43812

Admission Price: $6

• Over 200 Quilts on Exhibit • Opportunity Quilt Raffle • Vendors and Guild Boutique • “Hall of Honor” Veterans Quilts • Box Lunches at the Cafe

Careers in Public Service & Safety

If you love quilts of all kinds and sizes, come join us for our Quilt Show at The Coshocton County Career Center. Cruise our vendors and boutique. CVB17_40

24 Coshocton County Visitors Guide Coshocton Canal Quilters


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This seasonal, free exhibit at Historic Roscoe Village features over 400 vintage toys made by American manufacturers, many made right here in Ohio.


Located at the corner of 3rd & Chestnut Streets, the Coal Miners Memorial is dedicated to all the coal miners who worked in the coal mines in Coshocton County including the 46 men who lost their lives working there.

Nutritional and Cook Books Gluten-Free Foods Essential Oils Penta Water & Herbal Teas BPA-Free 1-Gallon Bottles Weight Loss Products Ear Candles Workout Supplements Beauty Care Products Chlorine Removing Showerheads Vitamin/Mineral Supplements Bulk Seeds, Grains, Nuts GIFT CERTIFICATES

Marilyn’s Natural Foods

523 Main Street Coshocton, Ohio



Coal Miners Memorial

The Pharmacy with a heart.

Your Greatest Asset is your Health! CVB17_04

Toy Cellar in Historic Roscoe Village

430 Main Street, Coshocton (740) 622-6792 Serving Coshocton’s health needs for over 40 years Clinical Nutritionist on staff

A Private & Peaceful Retreat

Home to Coshocton’s Footlight Players, this amateur theater has been producing plays for more than 65 years and is a favorite entertainment venue. Plays scheduled for 2017 include The Rainmaker, Forever Plaid, An Evening with Andrew Lloyd Weber, and The Wizard of Oz.

Shelby Theatres Relax and enjoy a new release blockbuster in Coshocton’s locally owned two screen digital cinema. Grab a bucket of popcorn and a cold drink before you enjoy a movie. Selected movies are shown in 3-D. Matinee prices. Check out the schedule at 1-800-338-4724 •


Triple Locks Theater

Nickel Valley Resorts is your local retreat for swimming, fishing, hiking & so much more. We offer overnight stays in our private, fully-loaded log cabins overlooking our swimming pond & beach area complete with a forty-foot waterslide. The Wooden Nickel Tavern, our on-site facility, provides delicious food & beverages including local wines. Please call or visit our website for more details.

33900 Township Road 68 Frazeysburg, OH 43822

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The Shops of Roscoe Village

Guests in Historic Roscoe Village are quickly recognize how special this neighborhood is. Strolling the brick sidewalks evokes a feeling of times-gone-by in a small town. Shops are filled with unique and often locally-made items including fine jewelry, leather and woodworking. Find antiques, gourmet candies, Vera Bradley, wine-making supplies, inspirational signs, locally-made US Flags and much more. While you’re here, be sure to chat with the shopkeepers, as guests often remark “People are so friendly here!”

Antiques & Thrift

This is the biggest little shop in the county and has a variety of vintage collectibles and gift ideas. It is locally owned and operated. No dealers or consignments. 605 S. 2nd St. Coshocton • (740) 622-6776


Airport I Weddings I Proms I Parties I Special Events


(740) 622-0642 (800) 956-4556

630 South 7th St. Coshocton, OH

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1820 Maple Ave. Zanesville, OH

This is a long-standing nonprofit chain with a range of pre-owned clothing, furniture, household items and more. 501 Main St. Coshocton • (740) 622-2288

Shoppers love the selection of all Ohiomade products, beautifully presented in the historic 1880’s Jackson Township Hall Building. Inspirational wall art by “It Started with a Tree,” beeswax candles, pottery, jewelry, wood, metalwork and one-of a kind artwork are just a sampling of available items. 518 N. Whitewoman St. Coshocton • (740) 622-4601

Summer or Winter fashion to work MENS LADIES

Custom Leather Belts


CHARM HARNESS & BOOT LTD 4432 CR70 Charm, OH • 330-893-0402

Hours: M & T 7:30-5, W & F 7:30-7, Th & S 7:30-3

1-800-338-4724 •


C & M Collectibles

(740) 452-8761 (866) 401-8383


Ohio State of Mind

The Coshocton Antique Mall offers a variety of antique and collectible merchandise. 515 Main St. Coshocton • (740) 622-7792

Four Paws thrift store is operated strictly by volunteers and relies on donations from the community to sell in the store. Sales from the thrift store fund the care of dogs and cats that are available for adoption. 504 Main St. Coshocton • (740) 575-4519

Locally Made

Coshocton Antique Mall


Four Paws

Commonwealth Americana

This unique shop features fine arts, crafts, and homewares made in Coshocton County. Kiefer’s Florist, also at this location, provides flowers and gift delivery to the Coshocton area, and can send flowers for any occasion. 581 Hill St. Coshocton • (740) 622-0728

River Ridge Leather

outdoor décor. Requests and orders also are taken. 733 Cambridge Rd. Coshocton

Local Bounty Coshocton

The area’s only year-round farmers market providing locally-grown and produced commodities such as: Locally grown meats (including beef, lamb, pork, duck and chicken), farm-fresh eggs, baked goods, jams and jellies, local honey, fresh seasonal produce, dairy products from goats and cows (cheese, milk, butter) and other home-produced goods (healing salves, lip

River Ridge Leather offers quality leather goods that are hand-crafted using traditional tools and balms, wooden toys, etc.) techniques by the owner himself. 22951 S.R. 83 Coshocton • (740) 622-1400 555 N. Whitewoman St. Coshocton • (740) 622-0284

Wildwood Music

Annin Flagmakers

Located in the Lock-keeper’s House (circa 1845) in Historic Roscoe Village, Wildwood Music is known nationally for their selection of specialty and sometimes hard-to-find string instruments. Wildwood Music carries many varieties of guitars by makers including Taylor, Martin, Lowden & Larivee. Visitors will also find banjos and dulcimers. They meticulously care for the instruments by maintaining precise humidity and constant temperatures year round. The Rusty Olde Crow The Rusty Olde Crow has 10 rooms and a porch full 672 N. Whitewoman Street Coshocton of different styles of primitives, antiques, signs, and (740) 622-4224 • This 152,000 square foot facility manufactures sewn stripe U.S. flags, U.S. stick flags and patriotic decorations and flags. The Annin Flagmakers Showroom, where you can purchase locally made products, is located in the Coshocton Visitors Bureau in Roscoe Village. 700 S 3rd St, Coshocton • (740) 622-4447

You Deserve our 160 Years of Experience



Farm - Investment - Hunting - Recreational - Crop Residential - Commerical - Property Management

Coshocton Agents

Darlene Guess 740.502.2920

Kelly Shrimplin 740.502.6692

Marc Lacy 740.502.3074

BeLinda Lacy 740.294.8869

Jessica Williams 740.502.6095

Debbie Myers 740.502.1589

Robert Bennett 740.502.0487

John Thomas 740.502.4342

Paul Bratton Auctioneer 740.327.6331

Kim Williams 740.327.6331

Full Auction Services offered by Paul Bratton 224 N.4th St. Coshocton

2406 Maple Avenue Zanesville 740.453.6533

1-800-338-4724 •

416 S. Market Street Danville 740.599.1509


Three Locations to Serve You

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21 - Health Safety, & Wellness Expo

1-2 Tiverton Institute

22 - March 26 - A Playground of Color at the Johnson Humrickhouse Museum (JHM)

11 - Comedy Club at the Warehouse Steak ‘N Stein Restaurant


6 - June 18 - Pushing the Surface Contemporary Quilts at JHM 12-13 Relay for Life 13 - Antique Flea Market 5-12 Dogwood Festival for the Arts (Email to Pome-

28 - Beer Bourbon and Bites at JHM

24 - Breweriana exhibit through September 24 24 - Raven’s Glenn Wine Fest - Red, White & Blue

July 3 - Airport Amphitheater Fireworks


27 & 28 Rinehart Archery Shoot

April 1 - 30 Teenage Talent at JHM



8 - 10 Hot Air Balloon Festival, Antique Flea Market

14-16 UKC Beagle Nationals

11 - Corvette Cruise in

17 - All Star Family

16 - 18 Dulcimer Days Festival

22 - What Women Want at JHM

24 - Indian Mud Run

11 - Chocolate Extravaganza

29 - Daffodil Classic Llama Show

11 - Sweetheart Big Band Dance

30 - Coshocton Community Choir Spring Concert

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8 - Antique Flea Market

8 & 9 Antique Power and Tractor Show 15 - Summer Rough Truck and Car show

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5 - White Nights at JHM 10 - Chamber of Commerce Golf Outting 11 -13 Coshocton Canal Quilters Quilt Show

20 - 22 Apple Butter Stirrin’ Festival


21 -22 Fall Farm and Foliage Tour

November 4 - Crowshocton Crush Wine Event

Makers of Award-winning Cheese. Watch cheesemaking in progress

12 - Antique Flea Market

September 1 & 2 - Appalachian Bacon Nation Festival 8 - 10 Don McVay Sr. Memorial Hunt 29 - Oct 5 - Coshocton County Fair

Visit the Three Rivers Wine Trail for this special one-day-only tasting celebration

17- Miracle on Main Street Parade

Free Samples. Swiss – Colby – Marble Fresh Cheese Curds


19 - 20 Coshocton Canal Festival

from 8 - 11 am weekdays.

Close to Historic Roscoe Village

54760 T.R. 90, FRESNO, OH 43824 • 740-545-6002 HOURS: MON-SAT: 8-5

December 2, 9, & 16 - Roscoe Candlelighting Ceremony Lumber Company

Discover A World Of Ideas For Your Home or Business.


October 7 - December 31 - WWI Poster Exhibit 11 & 12 - Wine Your Way Out at McPeek’s Mighty Maze 14-Fall Harvest Big Band Dance

3 Coshocton Community Choir Christmas Festival Concert 8-10 Drive-through Live Nativity *These events are subject to change. Please call 740-622-4877 or go to our website for more information and frequent updates.

Our goal is to build relationships, provide outstanding products and services, and ensure our customers always have a great experience working with us.

4465 SR 557 Charm, OH 44617 330-893-2251 800-362-6682

Home Owners - Do-it-yourselfers Hobbyists 125,000 Sq. Ft. Showroom

Millwork Specialty

Wholesale Manufacturers Specialty Millwork Projects Extensive selection of Trim & Doors in stock

Woodshop Supply Servicing Professional Cabinet and Furniture Shops

Contractor Sales

Serving Builders - Contractors New Home Planning - Drafting Services


1-800-338-4724 •

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Places to eat Quick eats on 2nd St.

Experience an 1830’s Canal Town History • Exciting Festivals & Events • Living History Tours & Seasonal Tours • Hands On Activities • Workshops • Horse Drawn Canal Boat Rides • Unique Shopping and Fine Dining


Located in Historic Roscoe Village

600 N. Whitewoman St., Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-7644 • (800) 877-1830 •

Visit The Famous Shops of Roscoe Village

Arby’s 245 S. 2nd St. (740) 722-9303 Dairy Queen 810 S. 2nd St. (740) 623-2056 Hardee’s/Red Burrito 325 S. 2nd St. (740) 622-1110 KFC 125 S. 2nd St. (740) 622-1321 Long John Silver’s 105 Downtowner Plaza (740) 622-3390 McDonald’s 101 Chestnut St. (740) 622-4300


Subway 10 Downtowner Plaza (740) 622-3555 Subway / Walmart 23605 Airport Rd. (740) 622-4900 Subway 390 S. Whitewoman St. (740) 622-1992 Taco Bell 795 S. 2nd St. (740) 622-0024

Deli • Meat • Cheese • Bulk Foods • Bakery

Tim Horton’s 131 Chestnut St. (740) 295-0529 Wendy’s 233 S. 2nd St. (740) 622-6600

West Lafayette Subway / Circle K 327 W. Main St. (740) 545-9682

By the Slice The Coshocton Yard 442 Main St. (740) 622-9273 Crowtown Pizza 783 S. 2nd St. (740) 622-8600 Domino’s Pizza 604 S. 2nd St. (740) 622-9345 Little Caesars Pizza 115 N. 2nd St. (740) 622-4000 Papa John’s Pizza 1434 Chestnut (740) 623-8483 Pizza Hut 700 S. 2nd St. (740) 622-1535


A t th e Top of the Hill


4354 C.R. 59

51323 County Road 16, Coshocton, OH 330-407-7807 • Mon. 8:30-6:00PM Tues.-Fri. 8:30-5:00PM , Sat. 8:30-3:00

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BALTIC, OH 43804


(between Coshocton & West Lafayette)

(1 /2 M i . W. o f C R 6 0 0 )


H O U R S : Mon-Wed 7:30-8:00PM Tues, Thurs, Fri 7:30-4:30PM • Sat 7:30-11:30AM

1-800-338-4724 •

Plus One Pizza 618 Walnut St. (740) 622-9300

Fresno White Eyes Pizza & Carryout 26366 C.R. 171 (740) 545-9046

Warsaw Black Bear Pizza 104 Main St. • (740) 824-3307 The Mayor’s Corner 36881 State Route 541 (740) 327-4025

West Lafayette

Sit and Be Served English Ivy 104 Park Ave. (740) 622-9201 Railroad Restaurant Saloon 509 Main St. (740) 575-4151

Let Your Spirit Roam Free

See us for all your footwear needs...

New Bedford Harness & Boot

33897 SR 643 • BALTIC, OH VOICEMAIL: 330.897.1421


Amici’s Pizza 222 N. Kirk St. (740) 545-1923

Uncorked Wine Bar & Restaurant 365 N. Whitewoman St. (740) 622-3000 The Warehouse Steak and Stein 400 N. Whitewoman St. (740) 622-4001 Bob Evans Restaurant 80 S. Whitewoman St. (740) 622-8375 Buehler’sThe Mill Restaurant 830 S. 2nd St (740) 622-2261 The Café at Medbery Marketplace 403 N. Whitewoman St. (740) 291-8000 China Wok 345 Downtowner Plaza (740) 622-0018 The Coshocton Yard 442 Main St. (740) 622-9273 Edie Ryan’s Family Restaurant 585 S. Whitewoman St. (740) 622-7822 Grandmom Minnies Munchies 1146 Walnut St. (740) 291-2852 Jerry’s Great American Restaurant 275 S. Whitewoman St. (740) 622-6900

Hours: Open Mon-Thurs, 7am-5:30pm Fri 7am-7pm • Sat 7am-4pm

Order a FREE Travel Guide! 800.933.5480


Take the long way home.

Shop ◆ Eat ◆ Adventure ◆ Breathe CVB16_49

Pizza Point 301 Walnut St. (740) 622-3157 ◆ 330-674-3975

Miller’s Dutch Kitch’n

Authentic Amish Cooking

Selected by


Est. 1972

As a 2011 Hometown Favorite

Famous for Our Broasted Chicken, Roast Beef & Prime Rib 330.897-5481 • 40° 26’ 26N 081° 42’ 13W 108 East Main St. Baltic, OH 43804

1-800-338-4724 •


Stainless Cookware Variety of Sizes Available ROY RABER FAMILY DBA



Ask Anyone in Ohio, and they’ll tell you...

HOME DECOR Dress up your home! Many styles to choose from!


50940 Township Road 220 • Baltic, OH 43804 2 ½ miles S.W. of New Bedford on TR 220 HOURS: Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 7:30am - 5:00pm Wed. 7:30am - 8:00pm • Sat. 7:30am - 4:00pm

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Visit our website to learn more about Schoenbrunn and many more of our historic attractions.

Sportzone 119 N. 3rd St. (740) 622-9663 Tlaquepaque 131 N. 3rd St. (740) 622-7112 Yucatan Mexican Restaurant 1167 Walnut St. (740) 623-2600

(740) 545-0708 Raven’s Glenn Italian Restaurant 56183 County Road 143 (740) 545-1000

Sweet Treats and Specialty Eats Collins Meat & Food Market 993 Kenilworth Ave. (740) 622-4625 Dari Delight 1200 Chestnut St. (740) 622-7995 Earl’s Dari Drive-In 708 Otsego Ave. (740) 622-7152 Hannah Marie’s Specialty Bakery & Coffee Shop 139B 3rd St. (740) 575-4689 Local Bounty-Coshocton Farmers 22951 State Route 83

Warsaw Roberta’s Diner 124 Main St. (740) 824-5000

Walhonding Peggy Sues Steak & Ribs 32381 U.S. Highway 36 (740) 824-4624

West Lafayette 800-527-3387 CVB17_43

Lava Rock Grille 56310 U.S. Highway 36 (740) 545-9772 Myer’s Country Diner 105 E. Main St.

(740) 622-1400 Medbery Marketplace 403 N. Whitewoman St. (740) 291-8000 New Yorks Deli & Beverage 275 Cambridge Rd. (740) 622-7470 Olde Thyme Country Market 51323 Country Road 16 (330) 407-7807 Wayne’s Freeze 1431 Chestnut St. (740) 622-4827 Whit’s Frozen Custard 778 S 2nd St. (740) 623-3233 Pearl Valley Cheese Inc 54775 Township Road 90 (740) 545-6002 Dari Hut 408 E. Main St. (740) 545-7579

Elderly Apartments Comfortable Living • Country Setting • Quietly Secluded • Applicants must be at least 62 years of age. • Social Activities • Library • Puzzle/Game Room • Pets Allowed

Hearing Aid Center


Seton Coshocton




BRC Properties Inc. Managing Agent

A Fair Housing Community

377 Clow Lane, Coshocton • 740-622-7664

For all your Auction and Real Estate needs, One call does it all!

For an Appointment NOW. Walk-ins Welcome. Visit us online at : Many Health Insurances Accepted!

1-800-634-5265 135 Downtowner Plaza, Coshocton, OH 740-588-1187 2800 Maple Ave. Suite M-1, Zanesville, OH 32 Coshocton County Visitors Guide

Terry Longsworth CVB17_25

Provider for GE, AK Steel, BCBS, Humana, Anthem, DOT, United Health Care, Care Source, Molina, Medicaid, Medigold and AARP.

Sharon Longsworth

Joe Scott

Bob Nelson

Gary Chaney

Vickie Neighbor

We Get Results!

316 Main St. • West Lafayette • (740) 545-7186 • Fax: 740-545-6899 Auction: 740-545-7158 Branch Office: 740-498-4545

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2017 Coshocton Visitors Guide  
2017 Coshocton Visitors Guide