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Best Hometowns 2015–2016: Coshocton

From a restored canal town to the nation’s largest maker of American flags, history, creativity and patriotism converge here.

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Coshocton Dulcimer Days Festival

This annual southeast Ohio event at historic Roscoe Village celebrates a very American musical instrument.

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Clary Gardens, Coshocton

Founded in 1907, this spot invites little ones and their parents to learn about and be inspired by the natural world.

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Gospel Hill Lighthouse

Visit the world's largest working inland lighthouse in Coshocton County.

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Ohio Finds: Miniature Blanket Chest

This circa-1830 chest with a distinct, thumbprint-like decoration is similar to ones crafted by Coshocton County makers.

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102 Days + Nights: September 2017

See the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds at the Cleveland National Air Show and celebrate bacon in Coshocton.

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Wooly Pig Farm Brewery, Fresno

This Coshocton County brewery makes great beers and offers a place where visitors can enjoy the inviting farm atmosphere.

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Raven’s Glenn Winery

Beau and Tracy Guilliams continue the work Beau’s parents started at this Coshocton County vineyard.

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Fall Road Trip on Ohio Route 16

The 53-mile stretch between Pataskala and Coshocton County passes by the World’s Largest Picnic Basket and ends at a village that celebrates the Ohio & Erie Canal era.

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Wooly Pig Farm Brewery, Fresno (2019)

Jael Malenke and Kevin Ely’s farm brewery in Coshocton County serves up Bavarian beer styles in a welcoming rural setting.

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Past Winners

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Ohio Magazine

Every month, we celebrate the beauty, the adventure and the fun of life and travel in the Buckeye State.

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102 Days + Nights of Summer (2017)

Our annual guide to the longest days and the warmest nights of the year.

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Best of the Best Hometowns 2015–2016

We celebrate this year's honorees by sharing more of the discoveries we made during our visits.

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Famous Ohio Foods: Southeast

Buy some Kennedy’s Bakery tea cookies, pick up Shagbark Seed & Mill's original tortilla chips and more.

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Food Road Trips: Historic Spots

These places celebrate the people and ways of living from days gone by. Here’s where to grab a bite when you visit.

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Explore These 12 Destinations in Ohio’s Appalachian Region

Spanning 32 Ohio counties, this part of our state offers experiences that highlight the outdoors, history and culture. Here are 12 destinations to put on your list. By Jim Vickers

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Ohio Craft Beer 2019

Ohio’s craft beer scene is bigger than ever. We delve into the new names, longtime favorites and incredible places to visit for your guide to what’s brewing across our state.

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1956: Colo Born at the Columbus Zoo

The first gorilla ever born in captivity arrived three days before Christmas and was a topic of fascination from the moment of her birth.

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The Blizzard of 1978

A late-January snowstorm hit the Ohio Valley in a weather event that has been remembered ever since for its ferocity.

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