The county of Coshocton (koh-shock'-ton) was established in 1811. It's name is derived from an Indian word meaning 'black bear town.' Coshocton has grown from a small frontier and farming community to a modern agricultural city in the years since it was established and it still holds some of the state's richest farm lands as it lies along the Muskingum, Walhonding, and Tuscarawas Rivers. The county continued to prosper when a section of the Ohio and Erie Canal opened in 1830. Today, we still celebrate our rich history by inviting visitors to take a step back in time when visiting our 1830s restored canal town of Historic Roscoe Village.
What makes this business unique? Established in 1811