During your stay at the Coshocton Village Inn and Suites, we hope you’ll take some time to enjoy the many attractions and things to do in Coshocton County, Ohio! Discover for yourself why Coshocton was named by Midwest Living Magazine as “One of the 100 Top Towns to Visit and Places to Escape” for a little shopping, sightseeing, and relaxing.
Museums and Historic Sites – Historic Roscoe Village, Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, Troop Train Memorial, Old Stone Fort, Helmick Covered Bridge Historical Museum plus many more.
Shopping and Wineries – Shop for gourmet foods, unique gifts, furniture, and a number of locally made items such as cheese, wine, baskets, jewelry, pottery, paintings, and sculptures. Enjoy cheese making tours, places to shop, and wine tastings.
Recreation – For hunting, fishing, golfing, biking, and birding check out some of public parks, golf courses, fishing and hunting areas including Woodbury Wildlife Area, Lake Park Aquatic Center, Clary Gardens, and Richard Downing Airport.
Monticello III Canal Boat – Enjoy a 45-minute Horse-Drawn Canal Boat ride while being entertained with tall tales and a lot of history by the Canal Boat Captain as he explains 1800s life on the canal.
Arts, Culture, History – You’ll find Coshocton to be rich in artists. In the early 1900s, Coshocton was said to have more artists in residence than any other city in the country except New York City. It was in Coshocton that the advertising art industry was conceived. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum has much of the collections of the advertising art from Coshocton.