Southeast Ohio Attractions

ATTRACTIONS

Dogwood Pass – Beaver.
1800s wild west town with 2 saloons, jail, bank, mercantile and more living historical museums.

Lorena Sternwheeler – Zanesville.
Scenic sternwheel boat excursions on the Muskingum River, with lunch, dinner, & twilight cruises.

Hocking Hills State Park – Logan.
Incredible scenery with rock formations, waterfalls, gorges, amid a 2,300-acre hardwood forest.

The Wilds – Cumberland.
See endangered species roaming on 9,000+ acres conservation park.

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Buckley House Restaurant – Marietta.
European-inspired menu in a historic Victorian style southern mansion.

Casa Nueva – Athens.
Serving Mexican inspired dishes from breakfast through dinner with locally sourced ingredients.

Georgetown Vineyards – Cambridge.
Winery, plus Southside Brewing Company micro brewery, along with brick oven pizzeria.

Muddy Misers Cool River Café – Zanesville.
Steaks and seafood in a historic atmosphere with outdoor patio overlooking the Muskingum River.

HISTORY

Adena Mansion & Gardens – Chillicothe.
Tour the estate of Thomas Worthington with restored 1806 mansion & visitor center, beautiful flower gardens and landscapes.

National Imperial Glass Museum – Bellaire.
Extensive collection of elegant Imperial glassware spanning over 80 years of production.

Roscoe Village – Coshocton.
Explore this 19th century living history canal town with costumed interpreters, gift shops, restaurants and horse-drawn canal boat rides.

Tecumseh! – Chillicothe.
Thrilling outdoor drama depicts the life of the legendary Shawnee tribe leader.

RECREATION

Hockhocking Adena Bikeway – Athens.
21-mile cycling trail through the Ohio University campus and into the woodlands along the Hocking River.

Hocking River Canoeing – Logan.
Canoe & kayak on the scenic Hocking River from one of several area river outfitters.

Jackson Park – Byesville.
4-acre stocked fishing pond, 2 pavilions, playground, and walking trail all free and open to the public.

Wayne National Forest.
Over 250,000 acres in Appalachia, with more than 300 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ATVs, hunting, fishing.

SHOPPING

Antique & Unique Shopping Trail – Coshocton.
Shop at 13 designated locations throughout Coshocton County for collectibles, artifacts, & décor.

Chillicothe Craft Mall – Chillicothe.
Large selection of crafts and gift items for all occasions from many different vendors.

Christmas Treasures – Logan.
Hundreds of unique Christmas items open year ‘round, along with an extensive candle shop and wind chime shop next door.

Zanesville Pottery – Zanesville.
Three large buildings filled with pottery, glass, & china products of all kinds.

FESTIVAL & EVENTS

Nelsonville Music Festival – Nelsonville
June. Celebration of music with national & local acts from across genres in restored 1850s era village setting.

Pumpkin Festival – Barnesville
September. Celebration of fall with rides, contests, entertainment, parade, 5K run, & more.

Riverfront Roar – Marietta
July. Tunnel boat racing on the Ohio River, 5K run, talent show, entertainment, food, fireworks.

Salt Fork Arts & Crafts Festival – Cambridge.
August. Juried artisans from across the U.S., exhibitions, demos, performances, Ohio-made food market.

FEATURED ATTRACTIONS

Belmont County Tourism Council in Ohio

Belmont County Ohio wants you to “Discover the Possibilities”! We are located in Southeastern Ohio nestled in between rolling hills, along the Ohio River. We are just 8 minutes from Wheeling, West Virginia, 70 minutes from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and 120 minutes to Columbus, Ohio. You are invited to come for a visit and stay for awhile. The area offers a variety of things and events.

Cambridge/Guernsey County VCB: Discover unforgettable attractions, foodie finds, alluring outdoor destinations, unique events, and more.

Coshocton County CVB – Affordable family fun, romantic getaways, exciting events, beautiful wineries, and some of the best hunting & fishing in the state.

hocking hills adventuresExperience fun for the entire family at Hocking Hills Adventures. Canoe, kayak, or raft the scenic river, play an exciting of mini-golf, race around the go-cart track, and so much more!

Hocking Valley Scenic Railway – Take a leisurely train ride through the Hocking Hills in a historic train. Memorial Day weekend – October, plus special event excursions.

Hocking Hills Gem Mine 2014Discover the rush of gold mining at Hocking Hills Gem Mine & Gold Rush. It’s fun for all ages to pan for beautiful gems in the spectacular setting of Hocking Hills.

Hocking-Hills-Moonshine-car_cmyk300Take a trip back to the era of prohibition at Hocking Hills Moonshine. Tour the distillery and view the process of making moonshine firsthand, and then sample your favorite flavors.

Hocking Hills Tourism:  Explore the most scenic natural area in Ohio, with miles of trails, prehistoric caves, and spectacular cliffs. Find treasures in nearby art galleries and antique malls, and specialty shoppes.

Lorena Sternwheeler – Take a relaxing cruise on the Muskingum River from Zanesville aboard this historic riverboat.

Ross-Chillicothe CVB – southern Ohio destination of historical sites, great outdoors and hospitality in the Appalachian foothills.

Tecumseh! Outdoor Drama – Witness the epic life story of the legendary Shawnee leader as he struggles to defend his sacred homelands in the Ohio country during the late 1700’s.

2016-ohio-southeast-vinton-county-cvb.jpgDiscover Vinton County. Nestled in the Southeastern Ohio foothills of the Appalachians, Vinton County can offer visitors just that kind of experience. Our natural beauty, pleasant climate, and hometown charm have delighted visitors for generations.

The Ohio Wine Producers Association provides information on everything related to Ohio’s great wine industry, from vineyards to wine tours and special events.

 

Tourism Ohio promotes attractions from every region of the state, for all interests and age groups.