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Coshocton is the county seat of Coshocton County, and it was established when it was made county seat in 1811. It had originally been laid out in 1802 under a different name, Tuscarawas. The city and the county lie in a coal-producing region, and the coal found there is used to produce power at the Conesville Power Plant. Agriculture is historically important to the area, especially strawberries and apples. There are a number of industries based in Coshocton, such as the laminated products division of General Electric. Some industries have shut down and moved on due to restructuring, but the city has focused on tourism and water-based recreation to fill in the economic gap.

Book an RV in Coshocton County, and you are one step away from a vacation that most people can only dream about. While you're here, check out some other communities that can make your trip diversified and interesting. Wooster has been ranked among the nation's top micro cities for its business-friendly policies. Canton is the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and where today's NFL was born. Uhrichsville is nicknamed “The Twin Cities” along with Dennison, Ohio, due to their similarities and proximity to each other. Cambridge is popular with glass enthusiasts as it is host to various glass production plants. Zanesville was the second state capital of Ohio from 1810-1812. Your Coshocton travel trailer rental is how you will visit this area in comfort and style.

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The Great Outdoors

Woodbury Wildlife Area was formerly an area used for agriculture, logging and later, strip mining that has been reclaimed and restored. It is currently a diverse mixture of habitats such as open land areas, brushland, and woodland. There are also wetlands and ponds; this diversity attracts a wide range of bird species for nesting, migration resting spots, and more. It is largely an undisturbed area now without restrooms or public facilities.

Salt Fork State Park is a semi-cultivated outdoor recreation area with a large beach looking out over a large lake; guests can enjoy boating on the lake and hiking the many trails that wind their way around the lake. Visitors can rent boats to fish on the lake or fish from a nearby pier that extends out over the water. The park is pet-friendly and has a dog park that extends out over the beach and into the water in a small area. Park your Coshocton RV rental nearby, and you can clean up and relax in comfort while enjoying the park's benefits.

Egypt Valley Wildlife Area is a former surface coal mining area that was reclaimed and restored to its natural environment. It is a popular destination with locals for hunting and fishing, camping, and hiking. There are numerous ponds, creeks, and backwaters that make good fishing spots; locals call the area “Egypt Bottom.” The area has a graveyard within its boundaries that has sparked a tradition of folklore and attracted ghost hunters to witness sightings for themselves.

RV Parks

There are a number of RV parks and campgrounds near Coshocton, and some of them may have mobile homes. Your Coshocton RV trailer rental is your guarantee of a relaxing and enjoyable vacation no matter where you decide to stay.

Coshocton KOA is a cultivated RV park with restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and a convenience store and gift shop. Park the Coshocton camper rental here, and you can make use of the swimming pool, the playground, and the corn maze. Propane and firewood can be purchased on-site; most of the sites have full hookups, and a few have electrical and water hookups. There are some cabins for rent, and some sites have tent camping.

Exploring The City

Visitors coming to Coshocton for the first time should start off with a scenic canal boat ride. The boat is an original and authentic boat that was used on the canal; it is drawn by two horses that tow the boat from a path next to the canal. Shoppers will want to check out a family-run leather boutique that sells handcrafted leather goods. There are a marketplace and an antique mall worth visiting, and a covered bridge that is still in use; ask at the tourist bureau in town for directions on how to find it.

When it is time for dinner, Coshocton is ready and waiting for you. Most of the restaurants are locally owned and operated, using locally sourced ingredients. Prices range from inexpensive to moderately priced. One pub restaurant focuses on steak dishes and does not disappoint. It has a bar area in addition to the dining area and an outdoor patio that can accommodate diners in the spring, summer, and fall. Have your leftovers wrapped up and you can celebrate your vacation by enjoying a midnight snack in your Coshocton luxury RV rental.

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