Southeast Ohio Attractions

Attractions  

Hocking Hills State Park – Logan.
Beautiful 2,300-acre hardwood forest with recreation abound amid rock formations, waterfalls, and scenic gorges.

Jesse Owens State Park and Wildlife Area – McConnelsville.
Home to the Big Muskie Bucket and Miners Memorial, along with a myriad of outdoor recreation.

Muskingum Valley Park District – Zanesville.
Visit several public parks with tranquil gardens, woodlands, and recreational trails.

Hocking Hills Moonshine – Logan.
Tour a prohibition-style distillery, see moonshine artifacts in the museum, and choose from flavored bourbons in the retail shop.

The Wilds – Cumberland.
Take a guided safari to see endangered species roam through 9,000 acres of natural habitat.

Food & Beverage

Brewery 33 – Logan.
Locally handcrafted beers and sodas, food trucks, fire pit, and fun atmosphere with outdoor beer garden.

O’ Betty’s Red Hot – Athens.
Gourmet hot dog and fries joint served in a unique atmosphere playing homage to the stars of burlesque.

Old Canal Smoke House – Chillicothe.
Unique BBQ menu specializing in smoked meats, traditional dishes, and the area’s finest craft beer selection.

Raven’s Glenn Winery – Coshocton.
Italian dining indoors or on the patio, tastings of award-winning wines, and winery tours in a Tuscany setting.

Riverside Restaurant & Bar – Powhatan Point.
Pizza, wings, burgers and more overlooking the Ohio River with boat docking available.

History

1828 Blaine Bridge – Bridgeport.
Walk across the oldest bridge in Ohio, on an original section of the Historic National Road.

Bob Evans Farm Homestead Museum – Rio Grande.
See exhibits depicting the famous restaurant, family, and the regions history.

Campus Martius Museum – Marietta.
Site of General Rufus Putnam blockhouse with 3 floors of exhibits preserving the history of American’s westward migration.

John & Annie Glenn Museum – New Concord.
Living history presentation captures life through the Great Depression and World War II era.

Monticello III Canal Boat – Coshocton.
Take an educational trip back to the 1800s as you’re pulled by a team of draft horses along the Ohio & Erie Canal.

Recreation

Horseback Safari at The Wilds – Cumberland.
Beautiful horseback riding tours overlooking exotic animal species in their natural setting.

Mountain Bike Trail – Nashport.
18 miles of mountain biking for all skill levels through scenic Dillon State Park.

Old Man’s Cave – Logan.
Hiking through spectacular Hocking Hills along magnificent sandstone gorge, waterfalls, and caves.

Richland Furnace State Forest – Vinton County.
Former iron ore mining land with abundant hunting and 7 miles of public all-purpose vehicle trails.

Salt Creek Kayak Adventures – Chillicothe.
Relaxing river kayaking excursions, and stand-up paddleboard rentals on Ross Lake.

Shopping

Anheuser-Busch Gift Shop – Chillicothe.
Unique gift shop with beer-branded hats, t-shirts, holiday steins, and many miscellaneous items.

Barnesville Antique Mall – Barnesville.
Three floors of antique treasures, from furniture and glassware, to jewelry and collectibles.

Rocky Outdoor Gear Store – Nelsonville.
Famous Rocky footwear, gifts, and outdoor clothing for all ages at factory outlet prices.

Valley View Trade Days – Zanesville.
Monthly flea market with over 300 vendors held at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds.

Wooden Toy Company – Cambridge.
Handmade wooden toys crafted from beautiful hardwoods, featuring rocking horses, doll furniture, trains, and more.

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.

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High Rock Adventures – Hocking Hills ecotours featuring rock climbing, rappelling, and a rock challenge tour.

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!

Visit Hocking Hills Market with permanent shops with antiques, crafts, furniture and more, as well as weekend flea markets.

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.

Rocky Outdoor Gear Store & Boot Factory Grill – Rugged outdoor gear featuring Rocky Boots. Try the grill’s famous Bison Burger.

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.

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