Whether you’re coziest in hotels, B&Bs, cabins or campsites; prefer close to the interstate, close to attractions or away from it all, you’ll be comfortable here. Some of our hotels have earned national recognition for quality, customer service and customer loyalty. Here you’re sure to
There’s a lot to see and do in Guernsey County! Our heritage trails, performing arts venues, parks, unique shops and diverse attractions offer entertainment for the whole family. Take a ride on the nation’s first highway, investigate our glass-making heritage and visit six museums.
Sample the local flavors of Guernsey County. Whether your palate prefers pizza and pub fare, home cookin’ or sophisticated dining, we are home to more than 50 restaurants, both local and franchise, with plenty to please your sweet tooth, too! Find out where to
You’ll find some of Ohio’s best outdoor adventures here, including sandy beaches, trails for hiking and horseback riding, golf courses, safari rides, zip lines, fishing, boating, driving and motorcycle tours, … the list is almost endless! Prepare yourself for serious fun in our great outdoors! Let’s
did you know?
Astronaut John Glenn Jr. was born in Cambridge in 1921. He was the first American to orbit the Earth, circling it three times. In 1998 at age 77, he orbited the Earth again aboard Space Shuttle Discovery.
A quick drive west of Cumberland is North America’s largest conservation facility: The Wilds. Owned by Columbus Zoo, rare and endangered species roam and breed in spacious enclosures on the 9,000-acre property. Time for a safari!
Dozens of one-of-a-kind restaurants, featuring burgers, pizza, and everything from meat and potatoes to ethnic fare, will satisfy your cravings and delight your taste buds.
The National Road was America’s first highway to adventure. It still is! We’ve planned five road tours through Guernsey County. Whether on two wheels or four, you’ll find the route for an idyllic day trip.
From the ancient Native Americans to an astronaut, from roadbuilding to glassmaking, Guernsey County has many reasons to be proud of our heritage.
Winter is magical here! Travel in space and time to nineteenth-century England for a family Christmas experience you’ll cherish forever!