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 VillageCoshocton. 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.


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.

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