Doors open at 5:00 PM and show starts at 7:00 PM. Admission-$15.00; Children under 12-$7.00.

Though it has changed names throughout the decades, the Cambridge City Band is celebrating its 178th year this summer. The hard work and dedication from all the members and directors have made the band what it is today. The “Concert in the Park” admission is free and open to the public.
2019 Schedule:

May 28-Memorial Day Parade- Downtown Cambridge 10am
May 30- Concert in the Park 7:30pm
June 2- Cancer Survivor’s – Pritchard Laughlin 1pm
June 6 & 20- Concert in the Park 7:30pm
July 4 & 18- Concert in the Park 7:30pm
August 1 & 15- Concert in the Park 7:30pm
August 11- Salt Fork Festival 3pm
September 2 – Concert in the Park 7:30pm
November 11-Veteran’s Day Parade- Downtown Cambridge 10am
December 1-Holiday Concert-Scottish Rite Auditorium 3pm

Farmers and Flea Market We have a little something for everyone: Produce, Flowers, Plants, Books, Tools Flea Market and Yard sale Items Hand made Crafts, Fresh Homemade Breads,pastries, Jams, Jellies and Fruit butters. New Vendors are always welcome

The Wilds
The Wilds – A World-Class
Animal Conservation Center

Tucked into the countryside of Cumberland, Ohio is an unexpected home of rhinos, giraffes, cheetahs, takin and many other rare and exotic animals. This home is The Wilds – one of the largest animal conservation centers on the continent.

The Wilds is open year-round, but normal operation hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily from May through September and weekends in October. A variety of tours are offered, including Open-Air Safaris, horseback and zip-lining. Visitors can also hike the butterfly habitat, go fishing, enjoy the bird-watching station and ride the mountain bike trails. The Wilds also offers three types of overnight accommodations: Nomad Ridge (romantic, two-person yurts), The Lodge (a luxury cabin that sleeps up to 12 guests) and The Wilds’ Cabins at Straker Lake (seven beautifully-furnished cabins that each accommodates six guests).

In addition to creating lifelong memories, [...]

Bargains for Your Brood in
Cambridge/Guernsey County, Ohio!

If you’re looking for places to go and things to see on a budget, we’ve got just the ticket for you! Get ready to hit the road to Cambridge/Guernsey County, Ohio!

  1. National Road (Route 40) – The All-American Scenic Byway, designated in 1827 by President Thomas Jefferson, became the nation’s first interstate highway linking the eastern seaboard with the western frontier. This ribbon of road runs through the heart of the county and features several interesting sites, including unique “S” shaped bridges.
  2. Stone House Museum, Salt Fork State Park – In 1837 Benjamin Kennedy purchased an 80-acre tract of land in Guernsey County, and built a two-story home from sandstone quarried nearby. In 2002, the Stone House Museum (the last remaining original homestead structure) was converted into a museum and placed on the National Register of Historic [...]
Gallia County
Vinton County
Vinton County Southeastern OH Area Offers
Natural Beauty and Charm

The Vinton County OH Convention & Visitors Bureau invites you to explore our country roads, scenic lakes and expansive forests. A part of the Hocking Hills region, our county is home to the second largest state forest in Ohio, in addition to multiple state parks and wildlife areas. You’ll encounter abandoned historical sites and relics dating back to the early 1800s, hidden away among the wooded hills of Ohio’s least populated county. Whether you’re interested in hiking our secluded trail systems, visiting our small-town festivals, or simply relaxing at one of our unique lodging facilities, there’s something for everyone in Vinton County.

Discover for yourself why Vinton County is Ohio’s last frontier.

Vinton County Visitor Center
104 West Main Street
McArthur, Ohio 45651

If you Forgot It, Grandma Faye’s in
Hocking Hills OH, Probably has It!

Grandma Faye’s in Hocking Hills – a full service convenience store – carries groceries, Hocking Hill’s souvenirs, gifts and more. The store has most of the camping supplies you might need for your trip into Hocking Hills including firewood at the area’s lowest prices, bait and a propane exchange. Lottery, ATM and a money station are also available.

Grandma Faye’s serves the locals as well as the hungry hikers on a daily basis. While visiting the area, it’s the perfect place to stop to eat and shop. We offer delicious sandwiches and homemade pizza, deli items, daily lunch specials, fresh cut steaks, fresh ground chuck, homemade fudge, hand-dipped ice cream and shakes. The Giant Texas Tenderloin is one of the favorites at Grandma Faye’s. Beer and wine carry-out are available, too.

Open seven days a [...]

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