2022-23 Ohio Appalachian Country Map and Brochure

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BELLEFONTAINE

36

URBANA

Hoover Res.

37

COLUMBUS

SPRINGFIELD

70

HNR

Clark

HNR

EATON

Preble

DAYTON

Montgomery

XENIA

22

68

Butler HAMILTON

75 42

Clinton

Warren

28

50

Clermont

CINCINNATI

125

73

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Adams

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125

73

WEST UNION 125

52

Beach bums and water lovers will love swimming, boating and fishing in this region, which has access to Lake Erie along with smaller lakes and rivers. Visit a local winery to sample sweet ice wine and take in stunning sunset views.

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Washington

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ORB

MARIETTA 7

MAP KEY REGIONS

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POMEROY

Gallia WSB

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78

ORB

32

35

Jackson

Scioto PORTSMOUTH

60

7

WOODSFIELD

78

7

Athens 50

Senecaville L.

Monroe 800

550

Meigs JACKSON

GEORGETOWN

ORB

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WAVERLY

32

41

Morgan

ATHENS

MCARTHUR

32

32

Brown

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Vinton

23

HILLSBORO

Highland

BATAVIA

78

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Hocking

Ross

Hamilton

ABO

MCCONNELSVILLE

MCS

LOGAN

CHILLICOTHE

MCS

CALDWELL

93

73 28

Noble

60

Perry

HHB

35

ST. CLAIRSVILLE

A visit isn’t complete without a ride down one of 13 scenic byways. Beautiful drives and unforgettable adventures are within reach all year long.

Belmont

Muskingum

13

LEBANON WILMINGTON

LANCASTER

CIRCLEVILLE

22

WASHINGTON C.H.

71

Fairfield

Pickaway

62

JCB

7

DTB

93

NEW LEXINGTON

33 23

Fayette

800

ZANESVILLE

70

ORB

CADIZ

HNR

CAMBRIDGE

STEUBENVILLE

TMT

250

Salt Fork L.

60

16

Madison

Greene

Clendening L.

COSHOCTON

16

NEWARK

Franklin

LONDON

Harrison

io

40

800

77

Guernsey

Licking

Jefferson

When the weather turns cold, cozy up inside at wineries and cozy lodgings. For some wintertime adventures, explore the outdoors with ice fishing on the lakes and sledding. Come spring, look for maple syrup events to taste the freshest syrup in the state and stop and smell the wildflowers blooming in Appalachia’s many state parks and nature preserves.

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TROY

CAROLLTON

OEC

Tuscarawas Coshocton

Carroll

Atwood L.

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Columbiana LHB

Leesville L.

83

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NEW PHILADELPHIA

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39

Alum Creek L.

Delaware

43

ACB

13

51

Stark

Holmes

MT. VERNON

MARYSVILLE

Champaign

Miami

GREENVILLE

71

62

30

3

Knox

CANTON

76

Mahoning

800

MILLERSBURG

DELAWARE

4

77 30

83

ACB

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Roscoe General Store, Coshocton

Culture and American history are abundant in this region. Visit important Underground Railroad sites or learn about the past at a living history outdoor drama performance. The region is also home to the largest Amish community in Ohio, so be sure to sample Amish food and browse artisan products.

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33

Darke

42

Wayne

WOOSTER

Ashland

MT. GILEAD

23

585

LHB

Morrow MARION

Berlin L. 14

OEC

3

ASHLAND

MANSFIELD 309

4

Marion

Logan

SIDNEY

BUCYRUS

309

68 Indian L.

75 Shelby

Central Region

Eastern Region

KENTON

Auglaize

71

13

Richland

LHB

Wyandot

Hardin

Grand L.

YOUNGSTOWN

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CELINA

Portage

AKRON

Oh

29

11

RAVENNA 5

224

Crawford

UPPER SANDUSKY

30

WAPAKONETA

WARREN

Summit

Medina MEDINA

250

7

Trumbull

422

224

53

Allen

44

OEC

18

15

LIMA

Cuyahoga

Mosquito Creek L.

Lorain

20

18

Huron

FINDLAY

309

33

Seneca

12

Putnam

VAN WERT LHB

Van Wert

4

45

ELYRIA

80

NORWALK

Geauga

CLEVELAND

Erie

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OTTAWA

53

23

TIFFIN

75 Hancock

15

127

This region has plenty to offer for those who love outdoor adventures, from hiking and biking to zip lining, rock climbing and rappelling. After a day spent exploring nature, meander through historic districts in the region’s small downtowns.

BOWLING GREEN

224

Erie

FREMONT

Lake

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6

Keep coming back to Ohio’s Appalachian Country, where you’ll find fun regardless of the season. Attend summertime festivals, fairs, concerts and other special events in full swing scattered throughout the region. Stroll through charming Appalachian towns to find everything from restaurants with delicious bites to local boutiques. Breathe in fresh fall air and enjoy the changing leaves as you hike and bike along trails in various parks, along with Wayne National Forest and the Buckeye Trail — both of which span multiple Appalachian counties.

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SANDUSKY

199

Paulding PAULDING

Mercer

Sandusky

Wood

Ashtabula 6

CHARDON

PORT CLINTON 2

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Henry

108

Lake

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Ottawa

NAPOLEON

24

Defiance

Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, Chillicothe

Rose Lake, Logan

Ma

JEFFERSON

Western Region

ACB Amish Country

Central Region

ABO Appalachian Byway of Ohio

Eastern Region

DTB Drovers’ Trail

Northeastern Region

HNR Historic National Road HHB Hocking Hills Scenic Byway

GALLIPOLIS

JCB Jefferson County

93

Lawrence

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From history to nature, this region has it all. Learn about ancient earthworks and Underground Railroad sites, sit back on a river cruise and discover state parks scattered across the southernmost part of the state.

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TOLEDO

Lucas

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Western Region

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Fulton

ALL FOUR SEASONS

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Erie

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Discover fun, adventure and one-of-a-kind experiences found only in this beautiful region, where 32 counties hug the Ohio River from the state’s southern border up to its northeast corner. Explore rolling hills, mature forests, historic sites, small towns, wineries and farm-to-table restaurants as far as the eye can see. Use this brochure as your guide to find all that Appalachian Country has to offer.

Lake

LET 7

Lake Erie Ohio Coastal Trail

LHB Lincoln Highway

IRONTON

MCS

Morgan County

OEC Ohio & Erie Canalway

ORB

ORB Ohio River TMT Tappan-Moravian Trail WSB Welsh

CAMBRIDGE/GUERNSEY COUNTY CVB

APPALACHIAN BYWAY OF OHIO State Route 78 Caldwell 43724 go.osu.edu/abo

HOPEWELL MOUNDS, SALVATORE’S ITALIAN GRILLE AND ROSE LAKE: LAURA WATILO BLAKE, ROSCOE GENERAL STORE: COURTESY OF COSHOCTON CVB

OHIO’S APPALACHIAN COUNTRY

The Appalachian Byway of Ohio includes State Route 78 in Noble, Monroe, Morgan and Athens Counties. Enjoy museums and historic landmarks like the Jail Museum in Downtown Caldwell or the Monroe Theatre and the Big Muskie in Morgan County. Learn more at go.osu.edu/abo

Let Your Spirit Roam Free at Salt Fork Lake

COSHOCTON COUNTY CVB

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Salvatore’s Italian Grill, Warren

WESTERN REGION ADAMS COUNTY TRAVEL & VISITORS BUREAU 509 E. Main St., P.O. Box 577, West Union, 45693 937-544-5639, adamscountytravel.org

PIKE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 12455 St. Rte. 104, Waverly, 45690 740-888-4202, visitpike.com

CENTRAL REGION

CLERMONT COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

In Scioto County, enjoy hiking, biking, antique shopping, floodwall murals, local eateries and a microbrewery. 342 Second St., Portsmouth, 45662 740-353-1116, ohiorivertourism.org ROSS CHILLICOTHE CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

APPALACHIAN BYWAY OF OHIO

Find museums, historic landmarks and scenic views as you cruise through Ohio’s Appalachian foothills. St. Rte. 78 in Noble, Monroe, Morgan and Athens Counties. St. Rte. 78, Caldwell, 43724 740-305-3177, go.osu.edu/abo EXPLORE HOCKING HILLS

Slow down and stay a while. From rolling hills to charming towns, Noble County has you in good hands. 508 Main St., P.O. Box 41, Caldwell, 43724 740-732-7715, visitnoblecountyohio.com

Cambridge/Guernsey County offers the perfect getaway at Deerassic Park, Salt Fork State Park and Seneca Lake! 627 Wheeling Ave., Ste. 200, Cambridge, 43725 800-933-5480, visitguernseycounty.com

OHIO STATE EXTENSION NOBLE COUNTY 46049 Marietta Rd., Ste. 2, Caldwell, 43724 740-305-3177, noble.osu.edu

COSHOCTON VISITORS BUREAU

GALLIA COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 441 Second Ave., Gallipolis, 45631 740-446-6882, visitgallia.com JACKSON COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP 920 Veterans Dr., Ste. A, Jackson, 45640 740-286-2838, jacksoncountyohio.com

VISIT ATHENS COUNTY Uncover Ross County’s rich history, from ancient earthworks to the legendary Tecumseh! outdoor drama. 230 N. Plaza Blvd., Chillicothe, 45601 740-702-7677, visitchillicotheohio.com TECUMSEH! 5968 Marietta Rd., P.O. Box 73, Chillicothe, 45601 740-775-4100, tecumsehdrama.com VISITORS BUREAU OF HIGHLAND COUNTY

LAWRENCE COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

ZANESVILLE-MUSKINGUM COUNTY CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU 205 N. Fifth St., Zanesville, 43701 740-455-8282, zmchamber.com

Unwind in the Hocking Hills, Ohio’s natural crown jewels. Sparkling waterfalls, scenic vistas and eco-adventures await. 13178 St. Rte. 664 S., Logan, 43138 740-385-2750, explorehockinghills.com

KINDELBERGER STONE BARN FARM 50037 German Ridge Rd., Beallsville, 43716 740-391-7900, stonebarnfarm.net

ZANESVILLE WESTERN SCENIC RAILROAD 5700 St. Rte. 204, Mount Perry, 43760 614-595-9701, zwsr.org

AD RACK 12700 Townepark Way, Ste. 201, Louisville, KY 40243 502-535-5454, ad-rack.com

NORTHEASTERN REGION

GREAT LAKES PUBLISHING 6375 Riverside Dr., Ste. 50, Dublin, 43017 614-717-6709, glpublishing.com

ASHTABULA COUNTY VISITORS BUREAU 1850 Austinburg Rd., Austinburg, 44010 440-275-3202, visitashtabulacounty.com CARROLL COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

Home of Historic Roscoe Village, Three Rivers Wine Trail and the Horse-Drawn Canal Boat Ride. 432 N. Whitewoman St., Coshocton, 43812 740-202-2130, visitcoshocton.com

MERRY FAMILY WINERY 2376 St. Rte. 850, Bidwell, 45614 740-245-9463, merryfamilywinery.com

TUSCARAWAS COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

Visit Athens County, Ohio. It’s more than a place, it’s a place to belong. 667 E. State St., Athens, 45701 740-592-1819, athensohio.com

Make memories in Carroll County. Relax, dine and shop as you explore its small towns. 30 S. Lisbon St., Carrollton, 44615 330-627-4811, carrollcountyohio.com

Experience the other side of Amish Country! Discover wineries, breweries, local restaurants, small town shopping and outdoor recreation. 124 E. High St., New Philadelphia, 44663 330-602-2420, traveltusc.com

COLUMBIANA AREA TOURISM BUREAU 333 N. Main St., Columbiana, 44408 330-482-2282, tourcolumbianaohio.org

YOUNGSTOWN LIVE – MAHONING COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

COLUMBIANA COUNTY VISITORS BUREAU 7860 Lincote Pl., Lisbon, 44432 330-853-6870, visitcolumbianacounty.com

EASTERN REGION

STEUBENVILLE VISITOR CENTER

Find your bliss away from the everyday. Visit Ohio Amish Country for rich culture and delicious comfort food. 6 W. Jackson St., Millersburg, 44654 330-674-3975, visitamishcountry.com

Navigate rivers, explore shops, taste delicious cuisine and create unforgettable memories in Ohio’s first city. 241 Front St., Ste. 7, Marietta, 45715 740-373-5178, mariettaohio.org MORGAN COUNTY CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU 155 E. Main St., Ste. 147, McConnelsville, 43756 740-962-4909, visitmorgancountyohio.com

UNUSUAL JUNCTION 56310 U.S. Rte. 36, West Lafayette, 43845 740-545-9772, theunusualjunction.com Enjoy the beautiful scenery, relaxed atmosphere and small-town hospitality that Belmont County has to offer. 67800 Mall Ring Rd., Unit 485, St Clairsville, 43950 740-695-4385, visitbelmontcounty.com

HENLEY GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS 229 N. Mt. Vernon Ave., Loudonville, 44842 419-994-5488, henley-graphics.com HERITAGE OHIO 846 1/2 E. Main St., Columbus, 43205 674-258-6200, heritageohio.org

Miles of trails, amazing art, divine wineries and challenging golf are waiting for you. Visit Youngstown! 21 W. Boardman St., Youngstown, 44503 330-740-2130, youngstownlive.com

ACROSS OHIO

Find your story in Steubenville! Explore historic parks and landmarks, larger-than-life murals, festivals and more. 120 S. Third St., Steubenville, 43952 740-283-1787, visitsteubenville.com

OHIO TRAVEL PAVILION P.O. Box 141, Reynoldsburg, 43068 614-205-1529, ohiotravelpavilion.com

OHIO RIVER SCENIC BYWAY 120 S. Third St., Steubenville, 43952 866-301-1787, ohioriverscenicbyway.org

More than buggies

HOLMES COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMM.

Waiting

for You!

in Noble County, Ohio

www.noblecountychamber.com • www.visitnoblecountyohio.com

SUNDAY CREEK HORIZONS P.O. Box 134, Athens, OH 4 ​ 5701 216-952-8166, sundaycreekhorizons.com

ZONE FREE PUBLISHING 6358 Castle Hill Dr., Middletown, 45044 513-207-6690, ohiotraveler.com

Outdoor Adventures

Shopping, Food & Brews, Places to Stay, and more.

ROAD RUNNER 2245-D Lewisville Clemmons Rd., Clemmons, NC 27012 516-672-3209

TRAVEL HOST P.O. Box 2742, North Canton, 44720 330-575-5979, travelhost.com/ohio-amish-country

MUSKINGUM WATERSHED CONSERVANCY DISTRICT 1319 Third St. N.W., New Philadelphia, 44663 330-556-5106, mwcd.org

BELMONT COUNTY TOURISM COUNCIL

LONG’S RETREAT FAMILY RESORT 50 Bell Hollow Rd., Latham, 45646 937-588-3725, longsretreat.com

Your perfect road trip! Located midway between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, discover what makes us Truly Trumbull! 321 Mahoning Ave. N.W., Warren, 44483 330-675-3081, trulytrumbull.com

OHIO HISTORY CONNECTION 800 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, 43211 614-297-2319, ohiohistory.org

HOLMES COUNTY CHAMBER AND TOURISM BUREAU

Highland County, a Gateway to Getaway, offers outdoor adventure, unique shopping, noteworthy lodging and more. 338 W. Main St., Hillsboro, 45133 937-393-1111, visithighlandcounty.com

PARTNERS IN TOURISM

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 2045 Morse Rd., Building D3, Columbus, 43229 614-265-6842, ohiodnr.gov

HARRISON COUNTY TOURISM COUNCIL INC. 143 S. Main St., Cadiz, 43907 740-942-1102, visitharrisoncounty.com

HOCKING HILLS CANOPY TOURS ZIPLINE ADVENTURE 10714 Jackson St., Rockbridge, 43149 740-385-9477, zipohio.com

MARIETTA-WASHINGTON COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

Visit “Ohio’s Southern Coast” to enjoy history, outdoor recreation and to relax in our community in Southern Ohio. 216 Collins Ave., South Point, 45680 740-377-4550, visitlawrenceohio.com

TRULY TRUMBULL

OHIO VALLEY OPRY AT THE TWIN CITY OPERA HOUSE 15 W. Main St., McConnelsville, 43756 740-525-9218, ohiovalleyopry.com PERRY COUNTY PARK DISTRICT P.O. Box 525, New Lexington, 43764 740-721-0090, pcparkdistrict.com

From historic landmarks to hiking trails and paddling adventures, Clermont County has plenty to explore. 410 E. Main St., P.O. Box 100, Batavia, 45103 513-732-3600, discoverclermont.com

CAMBRIDGE/GUERNSEY COUNTY VISITORS & CONVENTION BUREAU

PORTSMOUTH-SCIOTO COUNTY VISITORS BUREAU

BROWN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE + BROWN COUNTY TRAVEL & TOURISM 720 N. High St., Mount Orab, 45154 937-378-4784, browncountyohiotourism.com BROWN COUNTY OHIO TOURISM, INC. 119 N. Second St., Ripley, 45167 513-304-1523, facebook.com/experience browncountyohio

NOBLE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & TOURISM BUREAU

Living life simply. Holmes County & beyond. Get your Amish Country Ohio THE WILDS Map & Visitors Guide online at visitamishcountry.com or call us at 330-674-3975

WAYNE NATIONAL FOREST 13700 U.S. Rte. 33, Nelsonville, 45764 740-517-3945, fs.usda.gov/wayne

SCAN FOR GUIDE


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We were the first settlement in a new frontier over 225 years ago and our early pioneer spirit can still be felt throughout our community. Navigate our rivers, explore our shops, taste our cuisine and immerse yourself in our rich culture and history.

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Ohio’s Appalachian Country AN AUTHENTIC AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

In 2021, visitors contributed a direct impact of $4.0 billion. Visitors generated a total of $458 million in state and local taxes. Visitor spending supported a total of 65,353 jobs in the Appalachia region.

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Learn more on AppalachianOhio.com. Data is from the 2021 study conducted by Tourism Economics for TourismOhio.

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Explore highland county Your Gateway to Getaway

Time to head for the hills, the Hocking Hills. You’ll be greeted with breathtaking landscapes, unforgettable hiking, sparkling waterfalls, prehistoric caves and plenty of outdoor adventures. Stay in a cozy cabin or luxury lodge big enough to accommodate any size group. Revive your mind, body and soul in the Hocking Hills, Ohio’s Natural Crown Jewels. Call or click for your free Visitor’s Guide: 1-800-Hocking ExploreHockingHills.com

Ziplining • Hiking • Biking • Golfing • Camping Boating • Cultural and Historic Sites Outdoor Dramas • Local Food • Wineries Breweries • Distilleries For more information, visit AppalachianOhio.com Find us on Facebook

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