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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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    Investigation continues after body recovered from Ohio & Erie Canal  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

    AKRON, Ohio -- A quiet, scenic, wooded area along the Ohio & Erie Canal turned into a sad scene Saturday morning after a body was found floating in the water...

  2. Leon Bibb Reports: Ohio man is a moonshiner with a basement full of whiskey stills - WKYC.com

    Leon Bibb Reports: Ohio man is a moonshiner with a basement full of whiskey stills  WKYC.com

    CANAL FULTON, Ohio — Vinnie Carbone is a patient man. He has to be as he watches the liquor he produces in his basement drip slowly into large glass...

  3. Community cleaning up after old furniture, dead fish dumped at Pickaway Co. park - ABC6OnYourSide.com

    Community cleaning up after old furniture, dead fish dumped at Pickaway Co. park  ABC6OnYourSide.com

    It's the sights and sounds of nature that bring so many to Canal Park in the Circleville area. But now, the Pickaway County Park District is calling on the...

  4. Canal Fulton's Cherry Bridge name change draws concerns - Canton Repository

    Canal Fulton's Cherry Bridge name change draws concerns  Canton Repository

    "The 12 Days of Christmas" events also have the green light to move forward.

  5. USACE Awards Contract to Reduce Probability of Aquatic Nuisance Species Movement - DVIDS

    USACE Awards Contract to Reduce Probability of Aquatic Nuisance Species Movement  DVIDS

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) awarded a $1.9 million contract to SAF, Inc. of Akron, Ohio for the construction of several structural measures to...

  6. Great outdoors: Spring trout releases, walleye tournaments - Sandusky Register

    Great outdoors: Spring trout releases, walleye tournaments  Sandusky Register

    The Ohio Division of Wildlife has announced where its annual, statewide “put and take” rainbow trout stockings will occur this spring. There will be several...

  7. Canal Fulton website can help residents compute tax - Canton Repository

    Canal Fulton website can help residents compute tax  Canton Repository

    City Council also heard presentation on Fix-It Fund loan program.

  8. Bolivar Council votes down ordinance dealing with Sassafras Alley - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Bolivar Council votes down ordinance dealing with Sassafras Alley  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Bolivar Village Council April 1 meetingKEY ACTION Voted unanimously against approving an ordinance making Sassafras Alley one way north from Poplar to...

  9. Canal Fulton halts tree planters, renames Dakota Street - Canton Repository

    Canal Fulton halts tree planters, renames Dakota Street  Canton Repository

    Canal Fulton officials temporarily halt construction of downtown tree planters.

  10. Akron to close Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail for 4 years - News-Herald.com

    Akron to close Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail for 4 years  News-Herald.com

    AKRON >> The city of Akron will be closing a popular 1-mile stretch of the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail for four years as part of a $184 million.

  11. Legacy of the locks - Portsmouth Daily Times

    Legacy of the locks  Portsmouth Daily Times

    The Portsmouth area is home to four remaining locks from the Ohio Erie Canal, which, of course, started on the shores of Lake Erie in the Cleveland area, but...

  12. Mayor Dan Horrigan - Crain's Cleveland Business

    Mayor Dan Horrigan  Crain's Cleveland Business

    With a slew of downtown developments getting the financing they need, and others underway or completed, Akron may look back on 2018 as the year that Main...

  13. Explore Ohio's Amish Country - TravelPulse

    Explore Ohio's Amish Country  TravelPulse

    Discover traditional Amish food, entertainment and and history throughout Ohio's Amish country.

  14. The top 10 Akron-area stories of 2018 - Crain's Cleveland Business

    The top 10 Akron-area stories of 2018  Crain's Cleveland Business

    From Crain's Akron Business: Akron's business and civic landscape was anything but quiet in 2018 — and that's the way most people like it.

  15. Tracing Ohio's canals: a trip through history - Toledo Blade

    Tracing Ohio's canals: a trip through history  Toledo Blade

    A piece of American history winds all throughout Ohio: the series of canals built in the 1800s to move crops and livestock from the interior of Ohio to...

  16. A Word About Our New Series: OH Really? - WKSU News

    A Word About Our New Series: OH Really?  WKSU News

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  17. Fish kills caused by a variety of circumstances - Sandusky Register

    Fish kills caused by a variety of circumstances  Sandusky Register

    During the course of a given year, people enjoying the outdoors are sometimes alarmed to find significant fish kills. Sometimes, the cause is easy to explain, with...

  18. Tuscarawas County Genealogical Society marks 50th anniversary with open house - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Tuscarawas County Genealogical Society marks 50th anniversary with open house  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Tuscarawas County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will begin a celebration of its 50 years of *service* with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at...

  19. 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...

  20. Akron's Bowery Project gets interim loan as it nears its financial finish line - Crain's Cleveland Business

    Akron's Bowery Project gets interim loan as it nears its financial finish line  Crain's Cleveland Business

    The Akron Community Revitalization Fund on Thursday, July 26, announced its sixth loan: a $1.67 million interim construction loan that supports the city's crucial...

  21. Is Cincinnati's longtime struggle with downtown retail finally ending? - Soapbox Cincinnati

    Is Cincinnati's longtime struggle with downtown retail finally ending?  Soapbox Cincinnati

    Cincinnati has long celebrated a retail legacy all our own, with much of our dramatic downtown architecture once dedicated to some of the nation's best-loved...

  22. From humble beginnings, Roscoe grew - Coshocton Tribune

    From humble beginnings, Roscoe grew  Coshocton Tribune

    What began as Caldersburg grew to become Roscoe, with a little help from the Ohio Erie Canal.

  23. 'Wow!' factor visible in new Chillicothe Intermediate School - Chillicothe Gazette

    'Wow!' factor visible in new Chillicothe Intermediate School  Chillicothe Gazette

    CHILLICOTHE - Walking through a breezeway of the new Chillicothe Intermediate School connecting the classroom wings to the gym and cafetorium, you'll...

  24. Work toward getting Canal Fulton YMCA continues - Massillon Independent

    Work toward getting Canal Fulton YMCA continues  Massillon Independent

    Two committees are spearheading the effort, a facilities committee led by city resident and businessman Paul Middlecoop, and a fundraising committee chaired...

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    10 things to do in Northeast Ohio this weekend: Oct. 13-15  WKYC-TV

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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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Our team is available to cater industrial parks, pipeline sites, and events for a simple quality lunch or dinner break anywhere along the towpath trail.

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