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Spring Out and Enjoy Coshocton County

UGS Eagle Ridge a person walking towards the sunset during spring in Coshocton County

Are you ready to get out of the house for some spring activities? Spring in Coshocton County offers numerous possibilities for the whole family. Here are some favorites.

Friends of the Park Half Marathon, 5k and 10k

Course developer and avid runner Sherry Kirkpatrick brought the Half Marathon to Coshocton in 2022 to raise money for the local park district. She wanted to create a top-notch event for local athletes and to bring new people to Coshocton to experience its beautiful park, the Downtown Historic District, and Historic Roscoe Village.

A perfect setting for competitive racers, the event is family- and pet-friendly for those who wish to jog or walk. This race is Powered by Coshocton Regional Medical Center and will be held on Saturday, March 30, 2024. Runners may register now at

Eagle Ridge Disc Golf Course

This course features 18 challenging holes with significant elevation changes and three ponds that come into play. There are short tees for casual players and long tees that will challenge even the most advanced.

The course is open to the public from dawn to dusk and free to play. It also offers extensive asphalt walking paths and trails for those wishing to walk, jog, hike, or bike. This scenic park boasts a view of Coshocton County second to none, especially at sunset. The Eagle Ridge Disc Golf Course is a beautiful addition to Coshocton’s recreational attractions and is quickly becoming one of Ohio’s top disc golf courses. Visit Udisc/Eagle Ridge for details.

McWane River Walk

This new multi-use path includes portions of city blocks and runs along the scenic areas near the Muskingum and Tuscarawas rivers. The river walk begins at the west end of Main Street behind Coshocton Village Inn and Suites, goes under the SR 541 bridge, and passes Skip’s Landing, home to the Coshocton Farmer’s Market from May through October.

The river walk weaves along the rivers where it joins the Lake Park Connector path, which offers passage under SR 36 for safe access to Lake Park, Eagle Ridge Disc Golf Course, and Historic Roscoe Village. The path will also connect to the proposed County Road 621 multi-use path scheduled for completion in 2025. The McWane River Walk is made possible by a generous donation from McWane Ductile.

For all your spring fun in Coshocton, including lodging, recreation, attractions, events, shopping, and dining, visit Visit Coshocton.

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