Atomic Speedway – Chillicothe. One of the most historic and fastest 3/8 mile dirt tracks in the nation with Saturday night racing from March to November.
Historic Roscoe Village – Coshocton. Restored 1800s canal town with shopping, dining, beautiful gardens, canal boat rides, Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, and Christmas events.
Hocking Hills State Park – Logan. 2,300-acre scenic destination with recreational trails to incredible rock formations, gorges, and waterfalls.
Ohio River Scenic Byway – Encounter natural beauty, history, recreation, and charming riverboat towns spanning 14 Appalachian Counties over 452 miles.
The Wilds – Cumberland. One of the largest wildlife conservation areas in the world, with guided safaris viewing endangered species in their open- range habitats.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Belmont Brewerks – Martins Ferry. Handcrafted sandwiches, burgers, flatbreads, wings, & apps, with local beers and inventive cocktails.
Beverly Barbecue – Cambridge. All wood-smoked pork, brisket, and chicken seasoned with signature spices, along with tasty apps and sides.
Dutch Creek Winery – Athens. Specializing in sweet and dry honey and fruit wines, and hard ciders – all made on premises, with pizza, sandwiches, and charcuterie boards.
Starbrick BBQ – Nelsonville. Low and slow smoked pork, chicken, and brisket, along with signature burgers and sides. Located at the Rocky Outdoor Gear Store.
The Paxton Restaurant – Bainbridge. Hometown favorite featuring made- from-scratch diner food with delicious daily specials.
Bob Evans Farm Homestead Museum – Rio Grande. See displays depicting the history of the family, region, and business empire.
Buckeye Furnace – Wellston. Take a self-guided tour of an 1800s-era iron furnace, along with the company store and covered bridge on the furnace grounds.
The Castle – Marietta. Tour this 1855 Gothic Revival house restored as a museum and filled with historical furnishings and antiques.
Hopewell Culture National Historical Park – Chillicothe. Walk among this American Indian earthworks complex and learn about life in the ancient Hopewell tribe.
Zanesville Museum of Art – Zanesville. Exhibitions include over 8,000 works spanning 5,000 years with permanent and traveling collections.
Moonville Rail Trail – McArthur. Ten-mile hiking, biking, & bridle trail through scenic Zaleski State Forest, wetlands, King’s Hollow and Moonville Tunnels.
Pea Ohana Watersports – Zanesville. Offering tubing, kayaking, and paddleboard experiences, including guided tours on the Muskingum and Licking Rivers.
Spring Mountain Riding Stables – Warsaw. Horseback riding on 200 acres of rolling hills, with streams, woods, and fields with many trails for all experience levels. pictured right
Ultimate Zipline Adventures – Logan. Choose from 3 zipline and high ropes courses for ages 8 and up, through the spectacular treetops in Hocking Hills.
Waters Edge Canoe Livery – Chillicothe. All experience levels will enjoy a relaxing canoe or kayak float down beautiful Paint Creek.
Apollo Records – Chillicothe. New and used vinyl, CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays, as well as music merchandise like shirts, stickers, buttons, and patches.
Appalachian Art & Craft Market – Rockridge. Two floors filled with high quality art and craft vendors featuring gifts and décor for every season.
Black Cat Vintage – Cambridge. 8,000 square feet packed with vintage and unique items from 55 vendors of all types.
Chesterhill Produce Auction – Chesterhill. Hundreds of growers selling fruits & vegetables on Mondays and Thursdays in season, and livestock and wood products on select Saturdays. Country store with handcrafted items.
Nu 2 U Flea Market – Bridgeport. Bargains for everyone featuring vintage items, handmade crafts, seasonal décor, and more.