(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – Put on a cozy sweater and your favorite hiking boots and head out to enjoy the crisp breeze and fall leaves in Tuscarawas County!
Real People. Real Fun. Travel Tusc. is brought to you by the Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Tuscarawas County Ohio offers fun and exciting activities throughout the year – opportunities abound over each hillcrest and river bend! Now that the Autumn air has settled into the valley, it’s the perfect time to pack up the family and head to one of Tuscarawas County’s several outdoor scenes.
Ohio & Erie Canalway Towpath Trail
This is a 3-mile trail owned by the Tuscarawas County Commissioners located along the Tuscarawas River near Zoar. Parking is available at the Canal Lands Park located on Dover – Zoar Road (County Road 82).
Dundee Falls are a part of the Beach City Wildlife Area. Numerous hiking trails provide access to the Upper and Lower falls. Also, it is a designated rock climbing location by the Ohio Rock Climbers Association.
Norma Johnson Center
The Norma Johnson Center is located three miles west of I-77 off State Route 39. It is home to 303 acres, three trails, and numerous ponds. They host many events throughout the year.
Buckhorn Creek Trail
The Buckhorn Creek Trail is an eight-mile, limestone surfaced trail. It runs from
Newcomerstown to Stone Creek, parallel to Stonecreek Rd. Trail access can be found
where College St. becomes Stonecreek Rd.
Atwood Lake Park
Atwood Lake Park has a new Welcome Center, over four miles of trails, a dog
park, an observation tower, and a geocaching trail for visitors.
From hunting, fishing, and boating to disc golf, mountain biking, and geocaching – Tuscarawas County Ohio is your destination for fun!
Download the full outdoor recreation guide here.