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Green Briar Ridge - Our Ravens Glenn Winery Location- (within 2 miles of Ravens Glenn). Can sleep up to 8 people.
Enjoy this private setting on 25 wooded acres. Gorgeous Log Cabin sitting above a 2.5 acre stocked pond.
Authentic Log Home in a Gorgeous setting- What a Private, Relaxing Retreat. Fishing, Paddle Boat provided, Row Boat Provided, Walks around the Pond (Driveway around pond is a 0.8 Loop). Sitting on Back Porch or Dock house listening to the sound of the Fountain. (MORE DETAILS ON "OUR CABINS" PAGE)
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A worthwhile place to spend a little time...
Whether staying a weekend, a month or a lifetime, Coshocton, Ohio, offers an array of activities to suit many tastes.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT AND GREAT FOOD!
Uncorked Wine and Coffee Bar- Great Music and Fun!
Warehouse Steak and Stein - Great Music and Fun!
Historic Roscoe Village
Enter this restored 1800s canal town and you'll learn how Roscoe was once a bustling center of commerce on the Ohio/Erie Canal. Take a Living History tour where you'll meet an 1800s doctor, watch a working blacksmith, practice your writing skills in a one-room schoolhouse and meet many other period craftsmen and artisans.
The Village Vintage Bicycle Rental offers fun, vintage bikes for $7 for the first hour and only $3 for additional hours. A large selection of bikes from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Have a blast tooling around Roscoe Village and adjacent Lake Park Complex in retro-style! Locally owned and operated. Call for availability 615-423-8118.
The Shops of Roscoe Village.
Stroll historic Whitewoman Street and browse through unique and enchanting shops featuring fine wares such as Amish-made furniture, hand-crafted leather, garden accessories, fine candies, baskets, beautiful home decor and much more. Refresh at the local pub or have a relaxing meal in one of our two restaurants.
Wildwood Music, 672 N. Whitewoman Street, Roscoe Village,
s housed in the historic Lockkeeper's House and is the place to go for your acoustical instruments, including Guitars, Banjos, Hammered Dulcimers, and Mountain Dulcimers. (740-622-4224)
The Monticello III Canal Boat.
A serene ride along a restored section of the Ohio/Erie canal. You'll imagine what life would have been like as you listen to old canal tales from the captain. The hoggee leads the team of horses down the towpath as you relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the canal as it once was.
Coshocton Lake Park Aquatic Center,
with 17,000 sq. ft. of swim area, a water play gym, waterfalls, tunnels, body slides and tube slides. It is located 18 miles from I-77 in central Ohio on State Route 83 North, 1 mile off U.S. Route 36 in Coshocton, Ohio, near Historic Roscoe Villiage.
The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum.
Hidden, historic and headline news. An odd description of a small town museum. Four of the five galleries display collections of ancient Asian, Native American, Euro-American and historic Ohio artifacts. A popular exhibit is the Newark Holy Stones, which are controversial stones uncovered in prehistoric Indian Mounds in the 1860s and inscribed in Hebrew. Nationally-accredited.
Wine & Cheese.
Coshocton boasts four charming wineries: Raven's Glenn Winery & Italian Restaurant nestled on the scenic Tuscarawas River, Rainbow Hills Winery with great steak cookouts (740-545-9305), Shawnee Springs Winery & Catering and the newest, Heritage Vineyard Winery & Guest House. Pair your wine purchases with some award-winning cheese from Pearl Valley Cheese where you can select from over 25 varieties or stop by The Unusual Junction and peruse their gourmet deli and eclectic collection of hot sauces.
Heritage Quilt Barn Trail.
The Coshocton County Heritage Quilt Barns tell a local history through the reproduction of old family quilt patterns and family stories. The SR 643 Trail begins in New Bedford with its predominantly Amish population–winds through farm country maintained by horse powered farming traditions–passes between Roscoe Village (a herald of the industrial era) and Coshocton (a vital industrial era town)–and comes to an end at Clary Gardens with its 'green'/new age watering system. A delightful 22.2 mile drive through history!
Woodbury Wildlife Area.
The largest public wildlife area in Ohio with over 20,000 acres managed by the Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources. Activities include hunting, fishing, bird watching, hiking, picnicking and primitive camping. The Area also features a Class A shooting range and a walk-through archery trail. Purchase permits for the shooting range where you buy your hunting and fishing licenses. Access to Woodbury is free. Woodbury Shooting Range is located at 41384 State Rt 541, Warsaw (740-327-2109)
Universe Bridal and Prom Store.
Located at The Unusual Junction, this
bridal super-store is a one-stop shopping extravaganza. Open daily.
Gospel Hill Lighthouse.
The country's largest inland lighthouse. Built by Gospel Hill Ministries, the lighthouse is open daily. Free admission.
If fun and relaxation for you involves golf, then you are in luck as Coshocton is home to three golf public courses. The 18-hole Hickory Flats Greens is known for their beautiful course and water features. The course rating is 70.4 with a slope rating of 109. Hickory Flats is located at 54188 Township Road 155 in West Lafayette, Ohio, call (740) 545-7796.
Hilltop Golf Course is an 18 regulation-hole course with a rating of 68.4 and a slope rating of 106. Hilltop is located at 23253 State Route 83 in Coshocton. Call them at (740) 622-8083.
River Greens is a 27-hole course that has been designated by Golf Digest as 'One of North America's Top 201' and given 4 ˝ stars. River Greens offers laserlink, a restaurant and banquet room and a full pro shop and a PGA Professional. Call River Greens at 1-888-584-4495.
Public Parks and Areas
The Lake Park Area is located just ˝ mile from Coshocton and Roscoe Village and offers camping, paved walking and biking paths, fishing, paddle boating, bike rentals, a huge public playground, picnic shelters, wooded hiking trails and an outdoor aquatic center complete with body and tube slides and a kiddie water play area. Located in the center of all the activities is the Lake Park Pavilion. This restored 1920s big band dance hall hosts a variety of activities such as weddings, banquets and dances. The horse-drawn Monticello III Canal Boat is also part of the park, offering 45-minute rides along a portion of the former Ohio-Erie Canal.
Clary Gardens is the newest public park addition. The park features a botanical garden, herb garden, rose garden, small amphitheater and a children's garden. There are also several wooded acres with walking paths and plenty of nooks and crannies perfect for building fairy houses! Located at 588 Chestnut Street (SR 541) just around the corner from Roscoe Village.
The Richard Downing Airport is another place to enjoy the great outdoors. Even if you don't fly in, you'll still want to take in the breathtaking views overlooking the runway. You can take a tour of the facility and have a bite to eat at Limburg's Patio Grill on the weekends. And coming soon, an outdoor amphitheater will be opening offering a variety of entertainment in the beautiful wooded surroundings. Near the airport is Missionary Maintenance Service where you can visit with the skilled mechanics who take apart and repair airplanes for mission work.
Live Theatre and Music
Music and drama add to the local artistic mix with performances at the Triple Locks Theater, the Coshocton Community Choir's seasonal performances and summer Friday night concerts by the Community Band. Also look for performances in the new amphitheater at Clary Gardens.
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