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LN coshoctoN FREE ADMISSION Toledo Coshocton County countY Dayton Cincinnati Columbus OHIO Marietta Our Family. Caring for Yours. • 24-hour emergency services • General surgery • Cancer care MAP_002_2017 • Laboratory • Radiology services • Rehab therapies www.coshoctonhospital.org 1460 Orange St. | Coshocton, OH 43812 Member of Prime Healthcare Rest � Relax � Remember Romance � Reunions � Getaways Celebrate with Us! Scan the QR Code to learn more and to book your stay! Now 3 locations in Coshocton County! Behind Historic Roscoe Village • Near Ravens Glenn Winery • Overlooking the Walhonding River 740-622-2222 • www.HillsideCabins.net MAP_011_2015 City & County Maps A Community Service of... New Business Development Community Resource Center Marketing Experts Networking Opportunities Business & Community Liaison Industrial & Business Partner Join the Chamber... It’s the best investment your business can make. Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce 200 N. Whitewoman St. • Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-5411 www.coshoctonchamber.com info@coshoctonchamber.com Featuring 20 acres of walking paths and beautiful landscapes: • Spring-fed ponds • Sandstone Amphitheater • Rose Garden Gazebo • Panoramic lookout tower • 1/2 mile Woodland Trail • Reclaimed stone bridge • New Children’s Garden Exhibit and Play Area 740-622-6524 • www.ClaryGardens.org E-mail: director@clarygardens.org MAP_005_2017 Coshocton County Welcome to Coshocton ~ home to Historic Roscoe Village, the Monticello III Horse-drawn Canal Boat Ride, several wineries including the Three Rivers Wine Trail, the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum with the Newark Holy Stones, Lake Park Complex, Golf Courses, Unusual Junction, Clary Gardens, Gospel Hill Lighthouse, and many more. We hope you visit all these attractions. Find places to stay, events, and more information on things to do in Coshocton on www.VisitCoshocton.com or call (740) 622-4877 or 800-338-4724. A HELMICK COVERED BRIDGE – located on County Road 343 near Blissfield, 1.5 miles east of State Route 60. Originally built in 1863 and restored in 1996, The Helmick Covered Bridge is one of Ohio’s oldest and is the only one in Coshocton County. B TROOP TRAIN MEMORIAL – located on State Route 93, just north of County Road 16 in West Lafayette. The Monument stands in memory of 33 members of the 109th Field Artillery Battalion, Pennsylvania National Guard, who were killed in a tragic train wreck in West Lafayette on September 11, 1950. C THE OLD STONE FORT – located on County Road 254, North of Isleta. Thought to be the oldest existing building west of the Appalachian Mountains, The builder of the fort is thought to be British Fur Trader George Croghan, who built the fort sometime around 1745 at the request of the Native Americans to protect them from the French. D OHIO-ERIE CANAL & MONTICELLO III – located on State Route 83, just north of State Route 36. Originally part of the Ohio-Erie Canal built in 1825, this section of the canal was restored in the early 1970s and is home to the horse-drawn canal boat ride. E REACT TRIPLE LOCKS PARK – located just past the entrance to the Roscoe Village Welcome Center on North Whitewoman Street. This park features three restored locks from the Ohio Erie Canal, picnic areas, and fishing. F COAL MINERS MEMORIAL – located at the corner of State Route 541 and Third Street on the Coshocton Court Square. This memorial was dedicated in 2013 in honor of the thousands of men and boys who labored in the coal mining industry in Coshocton County since the 1850s. Historic sites and markers in the area G ROYER’S CHAPEL– located on Township Road 276B, just east of State Route 83 South. Originally built in 1897, this tiny church was the smallest in the country until was burned by arsonists in 2002. It was rebuilt in 2005. H CHALFANT CHURCH – located on County Road 439 east of State Route 60 near Wakatomika. Identified by historians as the first church in Coshocton County, it is listed on the National Register of Historic places. It was established in 1811 and continues to hold regular services. I JOHNNY APPLESEED MEMORIAL – located in Newcastle off State Route 36. Jonathan Chapman, best known as Johnny Appleseed, scattered his famous apple seeds along the tributaries of the Muskingum River. J GOSPEL HILL LIGHTHOUSE – located on County Road 24 north of State Route 36. Built by Gospel Hill Ministries in 2002, it is the largest inland lighthouse in the country. K LICHTENAU – located at the intersection of S. 2nd Street and Clow Lane In 1776, Daniel Zeisberger, a Moravian missionary, built a log mission on this site with the permission of Delaware Chief Netawatwees, whose family had become Christians. The mission was abandoned in 1780. L PORTEUS INDIAN MOUND MONUMENT – located 1 mile south of Lichtenau just off 2nd Street. This prehistoric landmark is believed to have been built by the mound builders and to have once been 40 feet high. M BROADHEAD’S MASSACRE – located on Chestnut Street near S. 16th Street. In 1781, Colonel Daniel Broadhead was sent to capture or destroy all Indian Villages in the Muskingum River Valley. Broadhead’s army of 700 men then headed for Fort Pitt with about 20 prisoners. When the army stopped at this site for water, tension grew and all the male prisoners were killed. N BOUQUET’S CAMP – located near Chili. In 1764 Col.Henry Bouquet was sent from Fort Pitt to negotiate a treaty with Indians. This site, near the village of Delaware Chief White Eyes, was the location of his first camp in the area. O BOUQUET’S TREATY – Located on County Road 24 off of State Route 83N. Col Bouquet moved his camp to this site where he negotiated a treaty which broke the French influence over the Delaware Tribe and delivered over 200 white captives. P COLONEL WILLIAM SIMMONS – located on Main Street in Warsaw. Monument in memory of Colonel William Simmons who served in the Continental Army under Gen. George Washington, who appointed him Accountant of the War Department. He also served under Presidents Adams, Jefferson and Madison. MAP_019_2015 twitter.com/@beacon43812 facebook.com/TheCoshoctonCountyBeacon coshoctonbeacontoday.com (740) 622.4237 226 Main Street Coshocton, Ohio The Beacon www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com Swiss Family Tradition since 1928 Makers of Award-winning natural cheese. 54760 T.R. 90, FRESNO, OH 740-545-6002 HOURS: MON-SAT: 8-5 WWW.PEARLVALLEYCHEESE.COM We Get Results! For all your Auction and Real Estate needs, One call does it all! 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Wachtel, Coshocton County Engineer. The Beacon www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com Published by Good Fortune Advertising LLC, dba The Coshocton County Beacon, copyright 2017. c o s h octoN c ou ntY FREE ADMISSION Toledo Coshocton County Dayton Columbus Cincinnati Cit y & Count y Ma p s OHIO Marietta Coshocton County Welcome to Coshocton ~ home to Historic Roscoe Village, the Monticello III Horse-drawn Canal Boat Ride, several wineries including the Three Rivers Wine Trail, the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum with the Newark Holy Stones, Lake Park Complex, Golf Courses, Unusual Junction, Clary Gardens, Gospel Hill Lighthouse, and many more. We hope you visit all these attractions. Our Family. Caring for Yours. • 24-hour emergency services • General surgery • Cancer care • Laboratory • Radiology services • Rehab therapies www.coshoctonhospital.org A Community Service of... 1460 Orange St. | Coshocton, OH 43812 Member of Prime Healthcare MAP_002_2017 Ce w i t l h e b r a t Us! e Featuring 20 acres of walking paths and beautiful landscapes: • Spring-fed ponds • Sandstone Amphitheater • Rose Garden Gazebo • Panoramic lookout tower • 1/2 mile Woodland Trail • Reclaimed stone bridge • New Children’s Garden Exhibit and Play Area New Business Development Community Resource Center Marketing Experts Networking Opportunities Business & Community Liaison Industrial & Business Partner b er Remem ys  Relax etawa eunions  G Romance  R Join the Chamber... It’s the best investment your business can make. Historic sites and markers in the area B TROOP TRAIN MEMORIAL – located on State Route 93, just north of County Road 16 in West Lafayette. The Monument stands in memory of 33 members of the 109th Field Artillery Battalion, Pennsylvania National Guard, who were killed in a tragic train wreck in West Lafayette on September 11, 1950. H CHALFANT CHURCH – located on County Road 439 east of State Route 60 near Wakatomika. Identified by historians as the first church in Coshocton County, it is listed on the National Register of Historic places. It was established in 1811 and continues to hold regular services. C THE OLD STONE FORT – located on County Road 254, North of Isleta. Thought to be the oldest existing building west of the Appalachian Mountains, The builder of the fort is thought to be British Fur Trader George Croghan, who built the fort sometime around 1745 at the request of the Native Americans to protect them from the French. I JOHNNY APPLESEED MEMORIAL – located in Newcastle off State Route 36. Jonathan Chapman, best known as Johnny Appleseed, scattered his famous apple seeds along the tributaries of the Muskingum River. Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce (740) 622-5411 E REACT TRIPLE LOCKS PARK – located just past the entrance to the Roscoe Village Welcome Center on North Whitewoman Street. This park features three restored locks from the Ohio Erie Canal, picnic areas, and fishing. Scan the QR Code to learn more and to book your stay! Now 3 locations in Coshocton County! 740-622-6524 • www.ClaryGardens.org www.coshoctonchamber.com info@coshoctonchamber.com Behind Historic Roscoe Village • Near Ravens Glenn Winery • Overlooking the Walhonding River 740-622-2222 • www.HillsideCabins.net twitter.com/@beacon43812 M BROADHEAD’S MASSACRE – located on Chestnut Street near S. 16th Street. In 1781, Colonel Daniel Broadhead was sent to capture or destroy all Indian Villages in the Muskingum River Valley. Broadhead’s army of 700 men then headed for Fort Pitt with about 20 prisoners. When the army stopped at this site for water, tension grew and all the male prisoners were killed. N BOUQUET’S CAMP – located near Chili. In 1764 Col.Henry Bouquet was sent from Fort Pitt to negotiate a treaty with Indians. This site, near the village of Delaware Chief White Eyes, was the location of his first camp in the area. O BOUQUET’S TREATY – Located on County Road 24 off of State Route 83N. Col Bouquet moved his camp to this site where he negotiated a treaty which broke the French influence over the Delaware Tribe and delivered over 200 white captives. J GOSPEL HILL LIGHTHOUSE – located on County Road 24 north of State Route 36. Built by Gospel Hill Ministries in 2002, it is the largest inland lighthouse in the country. P COLONEL WILLIAM SIMMONS – located on Main Street in Warsaw. Monument in memory of Colonel William Simmons who served in the Continental Army under Gen. George Washington, who appointed him Accountant of the War Department. He also served under Presidents Adams, Jefferson and Madison. K LICHTENAU – located at the intersection of S. 2nd Street and Clow Lane In 1776, Daniel Zeisberger, a Moravian missionary, built a log mission on this site with the permission of Delaware Chief Netawatwees, whose family had become Christians. The mission was abandoned in 1780. L PORTEUS INDIAN MOUND MONUMENT – located 1 mile south of Lichtenau just off 2nd Street. This prehistoric landmark is believed to have been built by the mound builders and to have once been 40 feet high. F COAL MINERS MEMORIAL – located at the corner of State Route 541 and Third Street on the Coshocton Court Square. This memorial was dedicated in 2013 in honor of the thousands of men and boys who labored in the coal mining industry in Coshocton County since the 1850s. E-mail: director@clarygardens.org MAP_005_2017 CF OSHOCTON OUNDATION coshoctonbeacontoday.com G ROYER’S CHAPEL– located on Township Road 276B, just east of State Route 83 South. Originally built in 1897, this tiny church was the smallest in the country until was burned by arsonists in 2002. It was rebuilt in 2005. D OHIO-ERIE CANAL & MONTICELLO III – located on State Route 83, just north of State Route 36. Originally part of the Ohio-Erie Canal built in 1825, this section of the canal was restored in the early 1970s and is home to the horse-drawn canal boat ride. 200 N. 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