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109 East Main Street, Port Washington, Ohio 43837, United States
101-151 East Main Street Port Washington Ohio 43837 US
(740) 498-8597(740) 498-8597

Former town hall for the Village of Port Washington. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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9352 Bunker Hill Rd SW, Port Washington, OH 43837 1.13 mi

One of the premier karting facilities on the East Coast and boasts a historic 6 turn track with one of the last Monda-style turns. Seasonal racing, kart rentals, arrive and drives, and personal coaching. 

 

Tuesday – Sunday:
12 PM – 8 PM
Closed Mondays

40.345790, -81.570241 2.96 mi

The Buckhorn Creek Trail is an 8 mile trail running from Newcomerstown to Stone Creek parallel to County Road 21 and I-77 on the site of an old C&M Railroad bed. The development of this trail was one of the early action projects in the Tuscarawas Trail and Green Space Plan. The Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition, has partnered with the county commissioner, area land owners, local governments, corporate partners, and volunteers to develop this greenspace.

Access to this trail can be done near the intersection of Bethel Hill Road and Stonecreek Road, at the intersection of Wold Road and Stonecreek Road or where Stonecreek Road becomes College Street in Newcomerstown.

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299 Adena Dr, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832 3.63 mi

Located just off I-77, this hotel is halfway between Pittsburgh and Columbus! Their rooms have amenities to keep you relaxed and comfortable, like free wireless internet and HBO. There are handicapped-accessible rooms, as well as non-smoking rooms at the hotel. There is also plenty of parking space for trucks, RV’s, and buses!

211 Adena Dr, Newcomerstown, OH 43832, United States 3.76 mi

Stop by McDonald’s in Newcomerstown for a burger, fries and shake.

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352 South Cherry Street, Gnadenhutten, Ohio 44629, United States 4.83 mi

Gnadenhutten, Ohio’s oldest existing settlement, prospered until the outbreak of the Revolutionary War when the Indians were driven from their homes. In February 1782, they were allowed to return to their village. On March 8, 1782, following a night of hymn singing and prayer, 90 men, women and children were massacred and all of the cabins were set on fire by the Pennsylvania Militia. Today, a museum, mass grave and monument, and two reconstructed log buildings commemorate this tragic event. In 1798, the village was re-established as a white settlement. A 35-foot monument was erected on the grounds of the Historical Park. The museum houses artifacts as well as an extensive arrowhead collection.

106 North Walnut Street, Gnadenhutten, OH 44629, USA 4.89 mi
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11661 Blue Ridge Road, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832, United States 5.18 mi

One of Ohio’s most unique and unusual wineries. The beautiful 100 year old barn is nestled into the rolling hills of southwestern Tuscarawas County and the great natural beauty can be enjoyed from the deck. Also enjoy a delicious country-style barbecue meal with a bottle of wine during the summer months.

583 East Canal Street, Newcomerstown, OH 43832, USA 5.26 mi
(740) 498-5038(740) 498-5038
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100 North Bridge Street SW, Stone Creek, Ohio 43840, United States 5.32 mi

TJ’s Restaurant and Lounge offers great food and a family atmosphere. Family owned and operated, there’s a special on the menu every day of the week!

  • Monday-Saturday: 11am – 10pm
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529 E Main St, Gnadenhutten, Ohio 44629, United States 5.42 mi
Brick House on Main B&B guests feel at home from the moment they walk inside. Our restored 1879 house is relaxing and inviting, and our delicious homemade breakfasts & fantastic hospitality are always included. We accept only one reservation at a time, so you’re guaranteed a quiet and peaceful stay with no noisy neighbors.
Innkeepers Jim and Cathy Marker look forward to meeting you!
Located in the historic village of Gnadenhutten, Ohio, just a short drive from Ohio’s Amish country.
578 N College St, Newcomerstown, OH 43832, United States 5.46 mi

Subway: the classic sub-sandwich shop! Stop by and build your own sub!

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240 E Canal St, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832, United States 5.69 mi

China Star is the place to go in Newcomerstown for authentic Chinese food. Please call for up-to-date hours information.

224 E Canal St, Newcomerstown, OH 43832, United States 5.71 mi

Domino’s Pizza is a great chain offering pizza, wings and more!

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306 S College St, Newcomerstown, OH 43832, United States 5.79 mi

Damon’s All American Pizza Pie is a great local restaurant and offers some of the best local pizza in the area! Try their subs and salads too! Their hours are:

  • Monday-Thursday: 10:30am – 10pm
  • Friday-Saturday: 10:30am – 11pm
  • Sunday: 12pm – 10pm
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102 N Bridge St, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832, United States 5.81 mi

Dick’s Place in Newcomerstown is your place for ribs and fresh cut fries! Please call for up-to-date hours information.

221 West Canal Street, Newcomerstown, OH, United States 5.93 mi

Welcome to an authentic tavern and inn, which was a resting place on the Ohio and Erie Canal. Crafted from locally timbered black walnut, the tavern was built in 1841, and retains many of the features of the original inn. You won’t want to miss the kitchen, which features a large fireplace complete with cast iron utensils, where all the meals for the tavern were cooked. Be sure to see the hiding place, which was used when the house was a stop on the Underground Railroad.

Stroll through the parlor and the living room, where you can enjoy a collection of dresses from the eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds. Don’t miss our Woody Hayes and Cy Young memorabilia, along with our collection of military artifacts.

The monument beside the Temperance Tavern Museum is dedicated to Freeman Davis, a local man who earned the Congressional Medal of Honor during the Civil War.

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213 West Canal Street, Newcomerstown, OH, United States 5.93 mi

Located inside a 1915 building which was formerly Lell Shumaker’s Ford dealership and later the Herco factory, is the Olde Main Street Museum and Social Center, located at 213 West Canal Street in Newcomers-town. The replica of an early 1900’s village holds twenty-three storefronts, including a jail,a grocery, a bank, the Eureka Hardware, and Sam Douglass’s saloon, among others. We built a whole village inside a building!

This venue is the location for many events sponsored by the Newcomerstown Historical Society, including such activities as a murder mystery; a visit with a “survivor” of the Titanic; evenings of country music; our Christmas Wonder-land, full of beautifully decorated Christmas trees; a reception honoring the former Heller Brothers factory, which featured a model of the factory, including all the machines; our annual delicious chicken dinner; fashion shows; ladies’ teas; and many more.

102 North River Street, Newcomerstown, OH 43832, USA 5.98 mi
401 W State St, Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832 6.22 mi
740-498-8681740-498-8681
443 W State St, Newcomerstown, OH 43832, United States 6.24 mi

Call for more information.

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