Ohio September 13, 2017
The One Ohio Town Everyone Must Visit Come Fall
Here in Ohio, there’s so much to see and do in the fall. (For instance, you could take
this road trip.) The entire state is set ablaze with vibrant color and fall festivals abound. Our small towns are particularly beautiful in the autumn season, especially the Historic Roscoe Village near Coshocton, Ohio. If you’ve yet to visit this unbelievably charming town, this fall is the perfect time.
Close to some of the most scenic parts of Ohio Amish Country, you'll find this historic village that's a true Ohio gem.
You'll find it at 600 N Whitewoman St. in Coshocton, Ohio.
Roscoe Village is a restored 1830s canal town full of fun places to explore. When you're here, you'll feel as if you've temporarily stepped back in time.
Even all the shops reflect the era. You'll find the most unique gifts here.
Guided living history tours are offered September 5 - December 31 this year. Rates start at $9.95 per adult, $8.95 per seniors and $4.95 per student.
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You can even take a horse-drawn canal boat ride at Roscoe Village. It's a pretty amazing experience—especially in the fall.
Note: Canal boat rides are no longer offered after the third weekend in October. For more information, click
While you're in town, we recommend eating at Warehouse Steak n' Stein. You'll find it at 400 N Whitewoman St., Coshocton, OH 43812.
With a legendary location, legendary entertainment and legendary onion rings, pinwheel steaks and pork tenderloin sandwiches, the Old Warehouse in the Historic Roscoe Village is a must-try.
And be sure to attend the annual Apple Butter Stirrin’ Festival, which celebrates the magical autumn season.
This year's festival takes place on October 20 - 22. Don't miss it!
Have you ever been to Roscoe Village before? If so, we want to know what your experience was like!
For more beautiful fall destinations in Ohio, check out our previous article:
This Dreamy Road Trip Will Take You To The Best Fall Foliage In All Of Ohio.