5 Small Midwest Towns You'll Love
Zoar trip guide
WHERE TO START
Zoar Community Association (330/874-2646; zca.org). The website has a clickable map of the historic town's 24 remaining buildings.
WHAT TO DO
Antiques in the Wash House An original Zoar washhouse behind The Keeping Room B&B houses high-quality antiques (330/874-3181).
The Cider Mill Located in a restored cider mill, the newest business in town sells country-style home accessories (330/316-9739; cidermillofzoar.com).
Zoar Community Association Walking Tours Costumed guides (left) lead groups seasonally from the Zoar Store, a general store (330/874-2646; www.ohiohistory.org/places/zoar).
Zoar Town Hall and Canal Museum This museum is full of photographs and artifacts--plus a shop with Ohio-made products (330/874-2646).
WHERE TO EAT
Firehouse Grille Tasty standouts are chunky chicken nachos and the fist-thick club sandwich (330/874-2726).
WHERE TO STAY
Cobbler Shop Bed and Breakfast A beautifully restored home has a huge screen porch overlooking the gardens. From $125 (800/287-1547; cobblershop.com).