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Discover Ohio with a Trip to Cambridge/Guernsey County, OH

Guernsey County, Ohio is home to unique heritage trails, arts & entertainment, shops, and attractions that are sure to supply memorable adventure and fun for the entire family. Discover the nation’s first highway (circa 1806), a Civil War raid by Confederates that zigzagged through Ohio, and the beloved 1950s television cowboy Hopalong Cassidy. It’s time for a road trip!

Stone House Museum, Salt Fork State Park, Cambridge, OH

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Confederate General, John Hunt Morgan’s Famous "1863 Raid" In July of 1863, Union victories at both Gettysburg and Vicksburg convinced the North that the war was nearly won. A determined group of Southern soldiers, however, sought to sow doubt that the ...

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The National Road began in Cumberland, Maryland in 1811 and continued through Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Once opened, the coming of westward emigrants, stagecoach travelers, teamsters and local traffic spurred town building. ...

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THE HOPALONG CASSIDY TRAIL recognizes the impact of William Boyd, Cambridge Ohio’s beloved cowboy hero, had on his hometown. A collection of Hopalong Cassidy items are on display throughout Historic Downtown Cambridge at various locations: In the di ...

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