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Towpath Trail

We are located at the 12' 6" low Wheeling & Lake Erie RR bridge on Scenic Byway 212 at the Ohio & Erie canal between the village of Bolivar baseball fields and the McDonnell trailhead.

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Snack Shack

Our mobile Towpath Trail Snack Shack catering is a family business dedicated to serving quality food to raise funds toward renovating a barn to become the permanent snack shack on our donated easement!

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Peace Park

We are setting aside a 1/4 acre of land at the intersection where the Greenville Peace Treaty Line crosses the Ohio & Erie canal. Stop to reflect upon America's 1st Peace Treaty which refers to Ft Laurens!

Towpath Trail Snack Shack
Hot Dog & Exotic Sausage Catering

We cater quality all beef hot dogs, gourmet exotic meat sausages and trail snacks to the bird watchers, bikers, hikers, dog walkers, Tuscarawas River fishermen and canoeist from the Ohio-Erie canal towpath trail where the Greenville peace treaty line intersects 1.5 miles west on Scenic Byway route 212 from Bolivar, Ohio I-77 exit 93.

We sell quality all beef hickory smoked franks (AKA hot dogs), traditional hot dogs, smoked sausages, bratwurst, gourmet exotic meat sausages, French fries, onion rings, sweet corn, coleslaw, potato salad, macaroni salad, baked beans, salads, pickle on a stick, jerky, trail-mix, granola, chips, ice cold Pepsi products, lemonade, bottled water and & more. We purchase quality fresh produce including lettuce, cabbage, carrots, tomatoes, potatoes, and sweet corn from local farmers or auctions whenever possible.

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  1. Newcomerstowns soggy past - The Columbus Dispatch

    Newcomerstowns soggy past  The Columbus Dispatch

    The months of March and April typically bring wind and rain, but Mother Nature doesn't always seem to know when enough is enough. Over the years...

  2. Stark County judge tosses Rover Pipeline lawsuit - Akron Beacon Journal

    Stark County judge tosses Rover Pipeline lawsuit  Akron Beacon Journal

    CANTON — A Stark County judge has dismissed the state's lawsuit against Rover Pipeline over alleged water pollution during construction of the natural gas...

  3. UPDATE: Stark County judge tosses Rover Pipeline lawsuit - Canton Repository

    UPDATE: Stark County judge tosses Rover Pipeline lawsuit  Canton Repository

    CANTON A Stark County judge has dismissed the state's lawsuit against Rover Pipeline over alleged water pollution during construction of the natural gas...

  4. Local history: Methodist circuit rider repaid for selfless act of generosity - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Local history: Methodist circuit rider repaid for selfless act of generosity  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    The Rev. James B. Finley found a family living in dire circumstances when he answered a call to visit a widow living in Coshocton County around 1810.

  5. Bygone Muncie: How one woman's mystical visions affected the Lenape Native Americans - Muncie Star Press

    Bygone Muncie: How one woman's mystical visions affected the Lenape Native Americans  Muncie Star Press

    I would argue that Beata, a Lenape Native American woman, was one of the most consequential people to have ever lived along the White River.

  6. Newcomerstown increasing monitoring at former landfill site - Tusco TV

    Newcomerstown increasing monitoring at former landfill site  Tusco TV

    Newcomerstown, Ohio - Village officials are working to increase surveillance at a former landfill site. Newcomerstown Mayor Pat Cadle says several of the wells...

  7. How to Bikepack Across Ohio on the Ohio to Erie Trail - The Trek

    How to Bikepack Across Ohio on the Ohio to Erie Trail  The Trek

    Length: 326 miles. Location: The trail runs from the Ohio River in Cincinnati to Lake Erie in Cleveland Trail Type: Out and back or shuttle. Scenery: A variety from...

  8. Local history: Fink truss bridge once spanned Tuscarawas River at Dover - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Local history: Fink truss bridge once spanned Tuscarawas River at Dover  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    The Zoarville Station Bridge at Camp Tuscazoar is one of the landmarks of Tuscarawas County. The bridge, which is listed on the National Register of Historic...

  9. Exercise caution on Tuscarawas Valley rivers and streams, experts say - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Exercise caution on Tuscarawas Valley rivers and streams, experts say  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Ohio has seen an explosion in the number of residents using kayaks and canoes on the state's waterways in recent years, but area experts urge those people to...

  10. Four rescued from Tuscarawas River after kayak accident - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Four rescued from Tuscarawas River after kayak accident  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    TUSCARAWAS Four people were rescued from the Tuscarawas River on Sunday after their kayaks flipped in rough water.Harold Booth, chief of the Warwick...

  11. Tuscarawas River development: Beneficial to city, but long way off - Massillon Independent

    Tuscarawas River development: Beneficial to city, but long way off  Massillon Independent

    Massillon Mayor Kathy Catazaro-Perry said constructing a public dock along the riverbank north of Lincoln Way W is possible in the future.

  12. Designating Tuscarawas River as water trail means safety, signs, maps, tourism - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Designating Tuscarawas River as water trail means safety, signs, maps, tourism  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Imagine paddling down the meandering Tuscarawas River. Dappled sunlight paints an abstract camouflage pattern on your boat as the water's flow gently aids...

  13. Tuscarawas County renews lease for land for Towpath Trail extension - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Tuscarawas County renews lease for land for Towpath Trail extension  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    NEW PHILADELPHIA Commissioners signed a new 10-year lease with the Kimble Co. Wednesday to use an unused rail line to extend the Towpath Trail four...

  14. Local history: Ill-fated army followed Indian trail through Tuscarawas, Holmes counties in 1782 - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Local history: Ill-fated army followed Indian trail through Tuscarawas, Holmes counties in 1782  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Indian Trail Creek, which flows through eastern Holmes County and the northwest corner of Tuscarawas County, took its name from an Indian trail that was used...

  15. Army Corps Wants Wall In Akron To Stop Foreign Invasives - ideastream

    Army Corps Wants Wall In Akron To Stop Foreign Invasives  ideastream

    The Army Corps of Engineers is looking to protect its southern flank from foreign invaders. It's putting up $2 million to stop the Asian carp and other invasive...

  16. Army Corps Wants Wall In Akron To Stop Invasive Species - WOSU

    Army Corps Wants Wall In Akron To Stop Invasive Species  WOSU

    The Army Corps of Engineers is looking to protect its southern flank from invasive species. It's putting up $2 million to stop the Asian carp and other.

  17. Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, With Vintage Zephyr Cars, Is Worth the Ride - National Geographic

    Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, With Vintage Zephyr Cars, Is Worth the Ride  National Geographic

    There are many ways to experience Ohio's picturesque Cuyahoga Valley National Park—hiking, biking, canoeing—but the most evocative is a ride on the...

  18. Local history: Construction of I-77 through Tuscarawas County was years in the making - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Local history: Construction of I-77 through Tuscarawas County was years in the making  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Today, residents of the Tuscarawas Valley take it for granted that they can jump on I-77 and be in Cleveland in a little more than two hours. Or that they can head...

  19. Parks growing in Dover and New Philadelphia - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Parks growing in Dover and New Philadelphia  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Four parks are growing and developing in Dover and New Philadelphia, including three projects that showcase the Tuscarawas River."I think people in general...

  20. Woman who battled addiction identified as homicide victim found ablaze in New Franklin - Akron Beacon Journal

    Woman who battled addiction identified as homicide victim found ablaze in New Franklin  Akron Beacon Journal

    NEW FRANKLIN — Three days after Christmas 2013, Kerri Blondheim appeared to hit rock bottom. In a series of Facebook posts, Blondheim, then 37, said...

  21. Female body found in New Franklin woods. Facebook post says Samantha Guthries body found - Akron Beacon Journal

    Female body found in New Franklin woods. Facebook post says Samantha Guthries body found  Akron Beacon Journal

    Police are investigating the death of a female found in the woods around midnight Saturday in New Franklin.Authorities are withholding the identity of the woman...

  22. Autopsy reveals homicide, victim identified - Barberton Herald

    Autopsy reveals homicide, victim identified  Barberton Herald

    Sept. 25 Update from Barberton Police: The victim has been identified as Kerri N. Blondheim, 43, of Massillon. During the investigation it was discovered the...

  23. Barberton Steel Industries issued violation after mineral oil spill into Tuscarawas River - NewsChannel 5 Cleveland - newsnet5.com

    Barberton Steel Industries issued violation after mineral oil spill into Tuscarawas River  NewsChannel 5 Cleveland - newsnet5.com

    The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency issued a violation to a Barberton steel company after a mineral oil spill last week led to a mile-long slick in the...

  24. Tuscarawas River to be designated state water trail - Farm and Dairy

    Tuscarawas River to be designated state water trail  Farm and Dairy

    The local organization Rural Action is working with Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District to designate the Tuscarawas River as a state water trail.

  25. New Philadelphia, Ohio, where Philly traditions get a Rust Belt twist - Billy Penn

    New Philadelphia, Ohio, where Philly traditions get a Rust Belt twist  Billy Penn

    While thousands of diehard Eagles fans flocked to Canton last weekend to honor Brian Dawkins as he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, another...

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We hope that the Snack Shack will be your first stop in Tuscarawas county, Ohio, However, there is so much more to see and do! For all the scoop on people to see, places to go, and things to do in Tuscarawas county, Ohio visit the Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau!

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