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Hocking Hills State Park – Logan. 2,300-acre scenic destination with recreational trails to incredible rock formations, gorges, waterfalls, and more.

Kennedy Museum of Art – Athens. World-class artwork including over 8,000 pieces in permanent collections, plus renowned raveling exhibits.

Living Word Outdoor Drama – Cambridge. Ohio’s only outdoor passion play presents the life of Jesus Christ. 

Tecumseh! – Chillicothe. Exciting outdoor drama depicts the life of the legendary Shawnee Native American leader.

The Wilds – Cumberland. Take a safari among zebras, rhinos, giraffes, and more in their natural habitat, and take a thrilling zipline ride above them. 

Food & Beverage

Cid’s Smokehouse Grill – Senecaville. Slow-smoked southern BBQ from brisket, ribs, and pulled pork, to chicken and turkey, with sides made from scratch.

Fifty West Brewing Company – Chillicothe. Gourmet burgers and dogs, wings, fries, craft sodas and shakes, and craft beers with large outdoor fun area.

The Galley – Marietta. It’s a cross between a gastropub and steakhouse, with burgers to bolognese, and 24 beer taps and creative cocktails.

Le Petit Chevalier Vineyards – Creola. Family owned winery with estate-grown wine bottled on-site. Guests invited to bring their own food to enjoy with their wines.

Urban Grille – Logan. Fine dining in a casual atmosphere, with steaks, prime rib, seafood, apps, wings, burgers, craft cocktails, and more.


Adena Mansion & Gardens – Chillicothe. Restored 1806 estate of Thomas Worthington, with many original furnishings and formal gardens on 300 acres.

John & Annie Glenn Heritage Trail – New Concord. Take a trip through their family history at 33 locations over 2 counties, culminating in the John & Annie Glenn Museum.

Robbins Crossing Historic Village – Nelsonville. Learn about 1800s Appalachian arts, crafts, and culture in a historical village among free-roaming farm animals.

Roscoe Village – Coshocton. Restored 1830s port town with living history artisans demonstrating crafts, museum, boutiques, restaurant, and pub.

Southern Ohio Museum – Portsmouth. Galleries featuring well-known and regional artists, 10,000 piece prehistoric Native American collection, theater, reading room, and gift shop.


Barkcamp State Park – Belmont. 1,200 acres of rolling hills and woodlands with hiking, biking, and bridle trails, and a quiet lake for paddling and fishing.

Cast Away Kayaking – Coolville. Kayak rentals and shuttle service on the beautiful Hocking River.

Gallia County Hike & Bike Trail – Gallipolis. Easy 8.5-mile trail for hiking and biking through scenic farmland near the Ohio River.

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours – Rockbridge. Thrilling guided zipline adventures through the spectacular Hocking Hills, including a special zipline for kids.

River Greens Golf Course – Coshocton. 27 beautiful holes acclaimed by Golf Digest as one of the best public links in North America.


Grandpa Joe’s Candy Shop – Chillicothe. Crazy selection of candy, soda, and gifts, with old-fashioned favorites & a room packed floor-to-ceiling with bulk candy.

Pearl Valley Cheese – Fresno. Choose from a complete line of award-winning cheeses made on-site since 1928.

Shops of Dresden – Dresden. Downtown filled with unique stores offering Longaberger baskets, pottery, wrought iron, gift items, décor, and more.

Spring Street Antique Mall – Rockbridge. Over 120 dealers peddling primitives and furniture, pottery, depression glass, tools, and collectibles.

Zanesville Pottery – Zanesville. Everything from artisan glassware, stoneware, dinnerware, polyvinyl furniture and supplies for landscaping, restaurants, and florists in 3 large buildings.

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