Sip, Savor & See in Guernsey County, Ohio | Midwest Living

Sip, Savor & See in Guernsey County, Ohio

  • Jumping Off Boat

    Salt Fork Lake

    There is still plenty of time to jump in to fun! As Ohio's largest state park, Salt Fork encompasses the woodlands and fields flanking Salt Fork Reservoir and has 17,229-acres of recreational facilities to suit nearly every taste: fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, swimming, horseback riding and golfing, just to name a few.

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    Nothing But Chocolate

    Handcrafted in Cambridge, Nothing But Chocolate is a chocoholic’s dream with the variety of gourmet chocolate caramel apples, nut clusters, fudge, and more to choose from. During the month of August, visitors of all ages can make a variety of different chocolates like chocolate pizzas, suckers, and chocolate shaped items. Check website for details.

  • Guernsey Light Show

    Guernsey County Courthouse Light & Music Show

    During Dickens Victorian Village (November 1-December 31), the courthouse comes alive nightly with thousands of pulsating lights synchronized to holiday music. The display is computer controlled with over 500 electrical circuits and 55,000 lights. This amazing light and sound spectacular is presented nightly starting at 5:30 pm and every half an hour until 9pm.

  • Great American Steam Locomotive Train Museum

    Great American Steam Locomotive Train Museum

    All aboard! Enjoy some of the best handmade steam locomotives in Southeastern Ohio.  Open Monday - Saturday 10am-5pm, the museum also houses the Cambridge Wooden Toy Company and offers a plethora of handmade wooden toys for the young and young at heart.  Free Admission.

  • National Museum of Cambridge Glass

    National Museum of Cambridge Glass

    View a vintage film about the handmade glassmaking process used by The Cambridge Glass Company. Hold the tools used by the craftsmen and women. See over 8,000 pieces of Cambridge Glass. Do a pencil rubbing from an etching plate. Visit the gift shop with genuine Cambridge glass. Open April through October Wednesday-Saturday 9am-4pm. Sunday 12pm-4pm.

  • Paul Bunyan Show

    Paul Bunyan Show

    One of the nation’s largest and oldest forest industry trade shows, The Official Paul Bunyan ShowSM, takes place in early October each year (October 7-9, 2016) at the Guernsey County Fairgrounds just outside of Cambridge, Ohio. Show goers will see the Ohio State Lumberjack ChampionshipsSM, International Lumberjack CompetitionSM, Log Loader Competition, Skid Steer Rodeo and much more.


  • The Wilds Safari

    The Wilds

    One of the largest and most innovative wildlife conservation centers in the world is located in Southeast Ohio. Situated on 10,000 acres near Cambridge, visitors can board a guided Safari Transport or Open-Air Safari daily, May through September, and on Saturdays and Sundays in October. Tours 10am-4pm.   

  • Living Word Drama

    Living Word Outdoor Drama

    For more than 40 years this non-denominational outdoor theater has depicted the moving and powerful life and ministry of Christ. Presenting the greatest story ever told” on a spectacular 400-foot panoramic set. Open June –September for performances.

  • Kennedy's Bakery

    Kennedy’s Bakery

    The aroma of freshly baked glazed donuts, sugar cookies, pies and other goodies at Kennedy’s Bakery envelope you the moment you walk through the door. “The

    Original,” as the locals affectionately call it, has been part of the community since 1925.
    Hours: Mon-Fri 6am-6pm & Sat 6am-4pm.

  • Salt Fork Arts Festival

    Salt Fork Festival

    One of the oldest standing arts and craft festivals in Ohio, this annual event takes place each August (Aug. 12-14, 2016) at the Cambridge City Park. More than 100 artists from around the country participate in the event showcasing quality works of art ranging from jewelry, painting, pottery, sculptures and more.

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