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Zanesville Vacation Packages

It's an area of Southeast Ohio that around 25,000 people reside in.

Columbus, the state capital, is about 55 miles west of Zanesville, while Philo is 8 miles to the southeast.

Don't forget to round up the kids and head to Coco Key Water Resort for a day of fun and laughter.

Snap photos, enjoy the interpretive displays and learn all about the animals and plants at the Wilds. If you don't have much time, stop at the information center and collect a map so you don't miss any of the key exhibits.

For a real taste of this region, make the trip to Weasel Boy Brewing Company. Tour the vineyards, wine presses and barrel rooms and chat with expert vintners. If you find something that you're particularly taken with, pick up a few bottles to enjoy at home.

Those with an interest in plants will appreciate an informative walk through the Clary Gardens.

For fresh air and relaxation, grab some lunch and find a shady nook at one of the area's picturesque urban parks, such as Dawes Arboretum and Flint Ridge Memorial State Park. There's also plenty of space to lay about on the grass at Salt Fork State Park and Lake Park.

If you are looking for a bit more information about Zanesville, pick up some pamphlets at Coshocton Visitor Bureau.

Skim some stones across the glassy water, discover the local birdlife and treat yourself to a picnic at Ellis Dam-Lock No. 11.

It's been said that, "Nature is not a place to visit. It is home." Keep this in the back of your mind when you look out over Blackhand Gorge State Nature Preserve.

The area's exhibition spaces are a gold mine of fascinating tales and achievements. Meander through the hallways as you check out the different displays at the Heisey Glass Museum and the Zanesville Museum of Art. The National Road Zane Grey Museum and the John and Annie Glenn Historic Site are also well worth a visit.

The specimens at the Johnson Humrickhouse Museum are more than just interesting to look at. They also play a vital role in helping us understand the natural world.

Art is a huge part of what it means to be human. Plan a day at the Alan Cottrill Sculpture Studio & Gallery and discover for yourself this world of creation.

By explaining our history, the Granville Historical Society and the Walhonding Valley Historical Society Museum help prepare us for tomorrow.

Wander back through the ages with a visit to the Denison University or Newark Earthworks, just two of the historic buildings and sites here. You might also like to get out the camera and snap some photos at the Ohio State University at Newark and Historic Roscoe Village.

Y Bridge is an impressive structure that has provided an important crossing for local residents over the years.

Coming face to face with different religions is often the most valuable parts of traveling. If you're interested in seeking out the spiritual dimension of Zanesville, check for tours at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, the Living Word Amphitheater and Gospel Hill Ministry Lighthouse.

This region's most celebrated sights often overshadow its less known, but equally rewarding activities. The Midland Theater and the John McIntire Library might catch your eye. Also, consider seeing the Mosser Glass and the Longaberger Basket Factory/Homestead if your schedule allows.

Accommodation in Zanesville

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The following Zanesville accommodation options are worth checking out, the Hampton Inn Zanesville and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Zanesville North

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