- TripBuzz discovered 54 different types of activities for couples in the Coshocton area, including Movie Theaters (like Shelby Theatres), Theaters (like Footlight Players), Winery/Vineyard (like Three Rivers Wine Trail) and Arts Centers (like Pomerene Center For the Arts), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 42 date ideas in or near Coshocton, Ohio, including 31 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Millersburg, Zanesville, Dover and Berlin.
The Monticello III Canal Boat Ride is a 40 minute ride aboard a horse-drawn canal boat replica through a restored section of canal, while a guide narrates relevant history. There are mosquitoes present so passengers should be prepared.
The public friendly Clary Gardens is situated within the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Group visits can be arranged by appointment, but most of the gardens and blooming plants are viewed by self guided tours.
Hosting cultural arts events for the community, Pomerene Center For the Arts features exhibits with a rotating collection of artwork from local artists. The center organizes art classes for both children and adults that feature acrylic painting, watercolors, and dance.
Coshocton Lake Park is one of the largest public recreational complexes in the area. Features of the park include a golf course, numerous nature trails, an outdoor aquatic center water park, and a 40-minute horse drawn canal boat in a restored section of the Ohio-Erie Canal.
There is nothing quite like a living historical community and Roscoe Village will transport you back in time for a glimpse of life in the 1800's. Featuring costumed interpreters and artisans, explore the shops and take a tour of this magical place.
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At Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, visitors can browse exhibits featuring artifacts from cultures like Chinese, Japanese, and Native American. The museum also has a replica of an early pioneer cabin room, complete with furniture and tools.
Originally built during the Civil War, the Helmick Covered Bridge is one of the state's oldest examples of this bridge type. Now restored after falling into disrepair, it is still used for light traffic and as an historical attraction.