Other Local Wineries & Trail Members

Three Rivers Trail
Plan your getaway and discover the beauty of Ohio's Wine Country. Tour the Three Rivers Trail where you’ll find unique wineries, breweries and a craft distillery nestled in the beautiful Appalachian foothills of Coshocton County.


Rainbow Hills Winery (25 Minutes)
Grape Expectations are satisfied by our excellent wine. Features a variety of dinner and dessert wines, summer steak cookouts RSVP, private wine tasting dinner parties RSVP. Relax and enjoy samples of our vintages. Bread & cheese plates also available. Open year round. Winter Hours: Everyday but Sunday from 11am to 6pm. 26349 Township Road 251 Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832

Raven's Glenn Winery (25 Minutes)
Raven's Glenn, known as "Ohio's Crown Jewel Of Wineries" is located on the banks of the beautiful Tuscarawas River in East Central Ohio.  By combining a classic "wine country" tasting room, an amazing yet casual, Tuscan style Italian restaurant, and a gift shop filled with unique wine related items.

Indian Bear Winery (25 Minutes)
Guests will enjoy a variety of wine styles including estate bottled Ohio varietals, sweet and semi-sweet fruit wine, and full bodied classic red and white selections all produced on site. Our wine bar offers a food menu.

French Ridge Vineyards (30 Minutes)
Since the spring of 2001, Scott Buente and his wife Kathy have been operating the French Ridge Vineyard on their property west of Killbuck. After over a decade of harvesting their grapes and selling them to various wine makers, Scott and Kathy are opening their estate and their products to the public for the first time in the form of the French Ridge Winery. It will be the first winery to be owned and operated inside Holmes County.  www.frenchridgevineyards.com/

Killbuck Creek Distillery (5 Minutes)
Located a stones throw from the winery you can find Killbuck Creek Distillery.  Rob Ashcraft and Larry Turner founded the KBC Distillery in 2017. Together, they strive to make Ohios' finest liquors, and more importantly – sharing them with you!


For Everything Coshocton County!
For up to date information on all the events and variety of things to do in Coshocton County the Coshocton County visitors bureau is you best spot on the web!

Historic Roscoe Village (9 Minutes)
Once a bustling port on the Ohio & Erie Canal, Historic Roscoe Village now mixes the charm and history of the 1800s with plenty of fun and adventure for today! 

Amish Country (15 Minutes)

Other Interest and Activities Around Coshocton

Our area has so much to offer, whether you’re looking for a fun family vacation, a quiet weekend get-away or some of the best hunting & fishing in the state, you've come to the right place.

We’re also very proud of our historic sites, arts & culture and museums. Coshocton began as the capital of the Delaware Indians and early Moravian missions. We’re also known as the birthplace of specialty advertising, once home to an artists’ colony only second in size to New York City. 

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