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Easily accessible for both in-state and out-of-state visitors alike, the area offers a variety of attractions, events, histories, museums, and shops that are sure to satisfy anyone's traveling needs. Travel up and down I-77 and experience the big stories of small towns like Bolivar, Dennison, Dover, Newcomerstown, New Philadelphia, and Uhrichsville.
Conveniently located between Columbus, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh, PA, it is an hour or two drive within the region's major urban centers via I-77, State Route 800, US Route 36, or US Route 250.
Beautiful and Historic Tuscarawas County is home to Schoenbrunn, the first Protestant settlement in Ohio. Astronaut John Glenn took his first flying lessons at Harry Clever Field in New Philadelphia. Newcomerstown was the childhood home to baseball great Cy Young, while Ohio State football legend Woody Hayes started his head coaching career with the New Philadelphia Quakers. The city of Dover holds the famous Mooney Warther Carvings Museum and Sugarcreek is the Gateway to Amish country. From top to bottom and all throughout, Tuscarawas County is full of history and accomplishment.