Southeast 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.

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