Monday - Restaurant Closed. Tasting bar open 11-6
Tuesday - Thursday 11-8 Restaurant and Tasting Bar
Friday -Saturday 11-10 Restaurant and Tasting Bar
Sunday -11-4 Restaurant and Tasting Bar
4th of July 11-8 Restaurant and Tasting Bar
Three Rivers Wine Trail--it's not just wine anymore!
Stem, stein or shot?
There’s something for everyone on the Three Rivers Wine Trail! Six unique wineries, a brewery and a distillery are all within a short drive of one another in East-central Ohio. The Appalachian Foothills of Coshocton County serve as the backdrop for this eclectic trail. Wine lovers can taste Ohio wines at a California-style bar, in a converted flour mill, or a big yellow barn. Stop at a farm for a glass of beer and wind your way down a country road to find a distillery dedicated to honoring first responders. Each one is operated independently and the wine-makers, brew masters and distillers are on site to say hello and share their stories with you. Some offer full-service restaurants, small plates or food trucks and live music is often available to go along with the beautiful views.
Come to Coshocton County and fill your glass!
It only takes about an hour to drive the 40 miles from one end of the trail to the other, but you can easily spend a couple of days enjoying the scenery, friendly people and delicious wine, beer and spirits on the Three Rivers Trail. You’ll definitely see why guests return season after season.
Make the Three Rivers Wine Trail in Coshocton, Ohio part of your future winery excursions. www.threeriverswinetrail.com
105 Miles of twists, turns and beautiful views await you in Coshocton County, Ohio!
This new route, developed by a seasoned rider, is all "biker-friendly," with no gravel! Enjoy scenic roadways through the Appalachian Foothills. Points of interest include Historic Roscoe Village, the Helmick Covered Bridge, Gospel Hill Lighthouse, The Old Stone Fort and Adventure Trails like the Three Rivers Wine Trail and the Coshocton Antique and Unique Shopping Trail. Other popular stops include world-champion Pearl Valley Cheese, Roberta's Diner, The Unusual Junction, McKenna's Market and Clary Gardens. Restaurants like The Warehouse Steak & Stein, Uncorked, Raven's Glenn and The Yucatan offer outdoor seating in addition to great food. Riders love coming to Coshocton -- plan your trip and find out why! Go to VisitCoshocton.com for map and details!
Coshocton Crow Geotrail
There are millions of geocaches hidden around the world—now there are even more hidden right here in Coshocton County.
The Coshocton Crow Geotrail offers fun, free, family-friendly activity you can do any time of the year!
Visit all 13 caches, complete the passport, and get a cool Coshocton Crow Geotrail coin!
(There are also 10 bonus caches to make the day more fun! )
Want to know more about Geocaching and how it works? Click here!
River Greens Golf Course
22749 State Route 751 West Lafayette, OH 43845
The "Made in The USA City”
We’re a 200 year old community with a rich history of manufacturing innovations and our local retailers are focused on showcasing made in the USA products.
Besides being the home of Annin Flagmakers, the largest American Flag manufacturer, and Novelty Advertising,
America's Oldest Promotional Products Distributor, est. in 1895, we have many diverse companies making ductile pipe, cardboard,
castings, bacon and more.
Coshocton was the birth place for the Specialty Advertising Industry, latex coated gloves, Pope Gosser China, and established the first chapter of the March of Dimes (1939).
Come visit us in Coshocton and you'll find that…
We are a small city nestled in the rolling hills of East central Ohio where the Tuscarawas and Walhonding rivers meet to form the Muskingum river. Home of the historic canal era town of Roscoe Village,
Coshocton boasts a solid industrial base, unique retail shops, outstanding recreational opportunities and an abundant artistic environment.
We enjoy the safety and friendliness of a “small town” atmosphere, with big city amenities just a short drive away.