Coshocton KOA Attractions

Historic Roscoe Village - an 1830 Restored Canal Town

Roscoe was once a bustling port along the Ohio and Erie Canal. Now it is a top Ohio tourist destination and one of the region's most beautiful areas to visit.  
Come experience the delightful shops, beautiful gardens, fine restaurants, living history tours, canal boat rides and historical exhibits of this restored canal town.

Monticello III Canal Boat Ride

Everyone loves meeting Rock & Bill and Willie & Sallie, the huge draft horse teams that pull the canal boat along an original section of the Ohio and Erie Canal. Travelers on the (seasonal) 45-minute canal boat ride are also entertained by the lively Canal Boat Captain as he explains 1800s life on the canal with tall tales and history, creating the feeling of actually gliding right into the 1830s.

Coshocton Area Amish & Agritourism

The northern part of Coshocton County reaches into amish country. Throughout the gently rolling hills, you will find some of the most beautiful farms and scenic views in Ohio. Come visit for the shopping, furniture and antiques that Amish country offers. On Sunday, when many Amish shops are closed, be sure to visit the shops and attractions in Historic Roscoe Village.

Coshocton's Three Rivers Wine Trail

Coshocton's Three Rivers Wine Trail in East-Central Ohio offers several distinctive wineries all within a 15 minute drive of each other. Ohio Wineries have become a popular destination for Midwest travelers and residents alike and in the rolling Appalachian foothills of Coshocton, Ohio, you'll find that wineries abound with great wine in unique settings.

Johnson Humrickhouse Museum

See the Famous Newark Holy Stones

While in Roscoe Village, stop at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum to see their permanent exhibits of Historic Ohio, Euro–American decorative arts, American Indian, and Asian arts. They are also home to the controversial Newark Holy Stones unearthed in the 1860s in the Newark Ohio Earthworks. The inscriptions on the Holy Stones are written in Hebrew and one of the stones in thought to bear the image of Moses. The museum also offers a gallery that changes exhibits throughout the year featuring quilts, sports memorabilia, antiques, art and more.JHM is handicapped accessible and has a gift shop offering collection-related books, fine craft, jewelry and decorative items.

Pearl Valley Cheese - World Famous Swiss

World Famous SwissThe 2014 World Championship Cheese Contest recently awarded Pearl Valley a Gold Medal in the Rind less Swiss cheese Class and also recognized Pearl Valley's Swiss as one of the 16 top cheeses in the entire competition - from the 2,615 entries from 22 countries!

Don't forget the cheese! Pearl Valley Cheese manufactures award-winning cheeses and is known as one of Ohio's finest natural cheese makers. Visitors can watch cheese being made on weekday mornings. You can sample lots of Pearl Valley cheese before you buy, so you're sure to find something you like.

Triple Locks

Discover how canal boats traveled uphill.

Just past the Roscoe Visitor Center entrance is the REACT Memorial Park, formally Triple Locks Park, where a complete set of restored locks is located. Steps into the locks allow visitor to walk inside a portion of the canal bed and view the stonework.

Coshocton County Courthouse

See the Crown Jewel of the Towne Centre
Built by county residents in 1875 for $110, 000, the picturesque Coshocton County Courthouse serves as the “crown jewel” of Coshocton's Towne Center. One of Ohio's historic sties, the stately courthouse still houses county offices and agencies. Its manicured grounds feature a number of flower gardens as well as monuments of war heroes and a Coal Miners Memorial. Its gazebo is a focal point for many community activities, concerts, picnics, and socials.

Gardens of Roscoe Village

Many people visit Roscoe Village simply to walk through the beautiful gardens planted throughout this restored 1800s canal town.  The flower beds were created in the early 1970's by Frances Montgomery out of her love for gardening.  Many of the gardens have historical significance and assist in the education mission of Roscoe Village.

Gospel Hill Lighthouse

The country's largest inland lighthouse - 65 feet to the top of the dome.. Built by Gospel Hill Ministries, the lighthouse is open Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Other hours by appointment.  Free admission.If you want scenic views, then this attraction is a must! Located at the top of a hill on County Road 24, the lighthouse stands overlooking the surrounding valleys and forests. A prayer room is also located in the lighthouse that anyone can use.

Helmick Covered Bridge - one of Ohio's oldest covered bridges

Originally built in 1863, at a cost of $2,107, the Helmick Covered Bridge was an integral part of commerce in the village of Helmick during the early days.  The bridge provided access to two grist mills used by farmers from as far as 25 miles away.  Named for Congressman William Helmick of Tuscarawas County, the covered bridge was bulit by John Shrake of Newark, Ohio.

From US 36, take SR 60 N toward Blissfield, then right on CR 343, 1.5 miles east of SR 60, watch for signs.

Triple Locks Theater

Located in Historic Roscoe Village. Music and drama add to the local artistic mix with performances throughout the year.  A true community theater, Triple Locks takes its name from its location among original structures of the old Ohio & Erie Canal.  Find information on their upcoming productions here:

Raven's Glenn Winery

Raven's Glenn offers tastings of their award-winning wines, a gift shop and has delightful Italian dining indoors or outside on the patio. They also offer free tours of the winery every Saturday at 3:00 p.m. Raven's Glenn Winery has a full selection of over twenty wines including gold medal winners that can be enjoyed in a Tuscan-style setting.

Raven's Glenn Winery is a 9-min (8.2 miles) drive from the campground.

Heritage Vineyard Winery

Heritage Vineyard Winery offers a variety of estate-grown American and French hybrid wines in a casual, relaxing and fun atmosphere. They often have live musical entertainment on summer weekends as well. Relax in their quiet, wooded setting while enjoying over a dozen of their wines ranging from sweet fruit wines to dry whites and reds.

Heritage Vineyard Winery is a 16-min (11.4 miles) drive from the campground.

Indian Bear Lodge

Indian Bear Winery offers rustic, yet cozy setting overlooking 200 acres. A full menu along with specialty dinners pair well with our many varieties of wine. Live music on weekends!

Yellow Butterfly Winery

Enjoy sipping fine wine in their nearly 100-year-old, beautifully restored barn or relax on the deck and take in a striking view of the great natural beauty. Yellow Butterfly Winery is also home to an Alpaca farm, so winery guests also adore watching these delightful animals in the nearby field.

Yellow Butterfly Winery is a 19-min (15.4 miles) drive from the campground.

Rainbow Hills Winery

Guests enjoy the tempting bread and cheese boards with a glass of wine while relaxing on their spacious outdoor decks built into the wooded hillside. Rainbow Hills offers a variety of dinner and sipping wines made from American grape and French hybrid varieties grown on-site.

Rainbow Hills Winery is a 20-min (13.6 miles) drive from the campground.

Baltic Mill

Enjoy a glass of locally handcrafted wine while touring a century-old flour mill in the  heart of Ohio's  Amish country at historic Baltic Mill Winery in scenic Baltic, OH. Grab a cozy seat near the fireplace, or enjoy watching the horse drawn buggies trot down Main St, from the comfort of our covered patio. From delectable wines for all palates, to scrumptious snacking options we have everything you could possibly want to relax. 

Baltic Mill is a 20-min (13.9 miles) drive from the campground.

Wooly Pig Farm Brewery

A bit of Bavaria in Central Ohio!

"When brewmaster Kevin Ely first visited the historic Ohio farm that would become the Wooly Pig Farm Brewery, he knew he'd found the perfect site for a brewery that would combine old-world traditions with an innovative vision. The farm's patchwork of pastures, woodlands, and tilled fields transported him to the hills of Northern Bavaria, where he'd honed his taste in classic German beers and expertise in cutting-edge brewing techniques." - from

Kids America Indoor/Outdoor Recreational Complex

Looking for some exercise or maybe the the weather's not cooperating?  The solution is just minutes away.  Kids America is a sports complex and fitness center that features indoor and outdoor youth and adult soccer fields, indoor tennis, pickleball, volleyball, basketball, indoor walking/running track, weight room (with cardio equipment), aerobics room, indoor golf cages, and more.

Bounce N Around

Let your kids jump, climb, slide and play at Bounce N Around! A truly unforgettable experience for ages 2 to 15 years old.  With our open viewing area, you can enjoy watching your kids bounce themselves silly.  Bounce N Around is located at Kids America.