Historic Roscoe Village Ohio
Visit CoshoctonThe "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.
Wooly Pig Farm Brewery
This is a special place, created by family to create world-class beer in the Northern Bavarian tradition.
In the Tasting Room, you can sip beer, admire the landscape, and watch the brewing magic in action.
Named for the curly-haired mangalista pig, guests love seeing the Wooly Pigs out in the field.
Beers on tap include Pilsners, Marzens, & Dunkels all brewed onsite by owner Kevin Ely, who holds a degree in Brewing Science from UC Davis
EXPERIENCES AT COSHOCTON KOA THAT YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS!
- Experience vintage glamping in our two new remodeled Airstream Argosy campers!
- Fill your Coshocton KOA Passport with cool stamps as we visit different countries around the world during our Around the World Camping Adventure themed weekends.
- Splash the summer away in our beautiful swimming pool opening Memorial Day weekend.
- Experience the Joy of Living Sunshine at our Coshocton Sunflower Festival on August 16, 17 & 18, 2019.
- Release your creative side during Arts and Crafts.
- Experience vintage camping in our two (2) remodeled Airstream Argosy campers.
- Get lost in our giant corn maze in the fall season.
- Relax, unwind and have an amazing time during Wine Your Way Out – a wine tasting event in our giant corn maze featuring Raven's Glenn Winery.
- Prepare to "beer" amazed in our very own Beer Maze featuring The Wooly Pig Farm Brewery on September 21, 2019.
Explore the beautiful Coshocton Countryside! So many things to do and see!
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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
The first nine was opened to the public in 1966 and the second nine a year later. The "original 18" The River Course and The Greens Course, created by architect Jack Kidwell, play to a par of 72.From the blue tees it measures 6500 yards and has a slope of 123.In 1994 the third nine, the Pines Course was completed, and is 3300 yards from the tips. This course features three par 3's and three par 5's, and all three nines have 4 sets of tees.The tree lined, soft, lush fairways are constantly maintained and manicured. This contributed to River Greens Golf Course receiving a 4 ½ star rating
Lake Park Recreational Complex
Just 1/2 mile from Historic Roscoe Village the Complex offers a variety of activities, including:
camping, 5 miles of paved walking paths, 7 1/2 miles of hiking trails, pedal boat rides,
an Aquatic Center, abundant fishing and picnicking opportunities.
The Coshocton Community Choir
The Coshocton Community Choir, founded in 1971, features an 100-voice adult choir, children’s choir and youth chorale, directed by Charles R Snyder.
Members travel from all areas of central Ohio to share their love of music with others. Seasonal performances and summer Friday night concerts by the Community Band are a community treat.
Come fill your heart with the sound of music.
"Live into Hope", on Sunday April 28, 2019 at 3:00 pm