Coshocton Koa

Coshocton, Ohio

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Immerse yourself in the idyllic countryside at Coshocton KOA. Your family will enjoy the brand-new swimming pool, themed weekends and great activities! The campground's Black Squirrel Woodlands offers quiet spots for nature strolls. At the end of the day, relax and watch an outdoor movie. In autumn, everyone gets a kick out of getting lost amid the tall stalks of the giant corn maze. Try it after dark for a real challenge! Nearby, historic Roscoe Village takes visitors back to an 1830s canal town, complete with food, music and rides on a horse-drawn canal boat. Store/bathhouse closed December 2 - April 15. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 100 feet. Your hosts: Ryan & Camille McPeek.

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    Getting to Honey Run Falls is incredibly easy! There are two parking lots for the park, one on the west side of the road for the Honey Run Highlands, and one on the east side of the road in the forest for the falls. From the forest parking lot, fo...

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