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  • Best hot dogs near Canton Ohio

    Walnut Creek hot dogsSugardale Hot Dogs

    Of course, we have the best hot dogs near Canton Ohio because we sell Walnut Creek all beef dogs made in Amish county!We also offer Sugardale foods traditional hot dogs since they are made locally in Canton! Another thing that makes our hot dog selection the best around Canton is because we import wild game  hot dogs for our specials too.

    Visit us in Canton, Ohio at Buried Treasures 2306 West Tuscarawas the next time you want to try a great hot dog or sausage! We'll be providing food service at this location through 2017-18 ;)

  • Blog

    Information on everything related to the historical intersection of the Greenville Treaty Line, Ohio-Erie Canal, Towpath Trail, Ohio & Erie Canalway Scenic Byway, the Buckeye Trail, Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad, Western Union telegraph, and events within a reasonable hiking or biking distance from our corner of the towpath trail.

  • Bolivar, Ohio

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  • Canton, Ohio

    Located in northeastern Ohio, the City of Canton provides its residents with many benefits of big-city living while maintaining its charm as a medium-sized Midwestern town. Canton is home to many well-known national landmarks like the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame, the William McKinley Presidential Library/National Monument, and the National First Ladies Library and Research Center.

    In addition to being the birthplace of American professional football and many important figures in our nation's history, Canton is also home to a vibrant arts community. The Canton Symphony Orchestra, Canton Ballet, and Canton Museum of Art give residents a place to experience art and culture from around the world, and our growing local artists' community is quickly becoming well-known as a dynamic presence in the region.

    World-class hospitals and five area universities provide excellent care and an enriching learning environment while the serenity of our public parks and nature preservations allow Cantonians time away from the hustle and bustle of city living. With the cost of real estate estimated at less than half of the national average, Canton is as affordable as it is enjoyable.

  • City of Canton Ohio Itinerant Permit

    On September 21st 2017 We became the third Itinerant vendor licensed by the city of Canton, Ohio since 2011! We are very proud of this fact having completed all the prerequisite checks and balances of the requirements to sell within the city limits of Canton, Ohio!

     

    LICENSE UPDATE: September 14th 2018, our Itinerant permit was approved to provide food service for the Canton Ohio Cultural Center of the Arts.

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  • Dover, Ohio

    Famous Dover natives include master woodcarver Ernest "Mooney" Warther, who is fondly remembered peddling his bicycle around Dover, helping children look for spear points in local fields, and providing a good story or two. Dover is home to the Warther Museum, which is an excellent look at Warther's greatest works, including amazingly intricate locomotives. Dover also is the birthplace of playwright Elliot Nugent (1899-1980), and Rear Admiral Herald F. Stout (1903-1987), for whom the U.S.S. Stout was named. Admiral Stout is interred at Dover Burial Park. An infamous native is Civil War guerilla leader William Clark Quantrill (who is buried at Fourth St. Cemetery).

    The City of Dover celebrated its bicentennial in 2007. A fireworks display, festival and other events helped mark the celebration as one of the largest and most successful events in the city's history.

    Each year, Dover is the host of many events celebrating its rich history. The Canal Days Festival fills downtown with families, music and other entertainment during the Memorial Day weekend. 

    The history of Dover not only tells the story of the city, but also of the United States of America. Each generation since Dover's inception represents the perseverance that has made our country great. 

  • Events

    While we develop our Towpath Trail Snack Shack & Peace Park, we acquired a mobile unit for catering events and promoting our historic towpath trail location.
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    We have no events scheduled through 2020 due to COVID-19!

  • Greenville Peace Treaty

    220px Greenville Treaty Line MapDocument Information
    Date:    August 3, 1795
    Author Name:     Anthony Wayne (primary) Location: Greenville
    Recipient Name:    [not available]
    Summary:    Official sealed document securing peace between U.S. and Western Indian Nations. Set boundary line between nations as Cuyahoga River.
    Document Format:    Document Signed
    Source:    Collection: National Archives of Canada: Archive Reports 1891
     

  • Historic Zoar Village

    Zoar Village was founded in 1817 by a group of over 200 German Separatists seeking escape from religious persecution in their homeland. These Separatists thrived as a unique society for more than 80 years, making Zoar Village one of the most successful communal settlements in American history.

    Today, Zoar Village is made up of approximately 75 families living in homes built from 1817 to the present. Visit us to tour the museum buildings, see early American architecture, and enjoy the quaint village scenery. Start planning your visit today!

  • Massillon, Ohio

    Massillon is located in Northeast Ohio, in Stark County on the banks of the Tuscarawas River, which the Ft. McIntosh Treaty of 1785 delineated as the boundary between Native American land and the territory of the United States.

    Today, downtown storefronts sport colorful awnings as they compete with outlying commercial centers. The City’s Summer Concert Series and the Duncan Plaza Concerts fill the summer air with music twice a week. The downtown is filled during summer months with the Cruise-On-In and Dance Party, Family Fun Fest, Pizza and Wing Wars, and the Massillon Museum Island Party. Fans and traditionalists flock to the football stadium in the fall.

    The canal towpath, revived as a hiking and biking trail from Cleveland through Massillon, augments the town’s thirty parks and green spaces. The Lincoln Theatre serves as a center for cinema and live performances. The Massillon Museum, the community’s cultural hub, is at the heart of downtown activities, offering ever-changing exhibitions, a popular coffee shop, research opportunities, classes, and a creative and constant parade of free public events.

    Today, Massillon is a community of 32,183 (2013 Census Update) encompassing approximately 19.388 square miles and 176.59 miles of streets. Massillon includes more than 14,497 dwelling units, with a high percentage of residents owning their own homes.

  • Ohio & Erie Canalway National Scenic Byway

    STARK BYWAY SIGNRemember Sunday drives? Did you know the Towpath Trail Snack Shack is located on an Ohio Scenic Byway? We invite you to stop at our historical byway intersection where the Greenville treaty line crosses the towpath trail, Ohio Buckeye Trail, and of course, our section of Ohio & Erie Canalway National Scenic Byway!

    A link to the Department of Transportion map of our section is available at: https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/byways/byways/10501/maps/Southern_Section
  • Sausage with Santa

    santa at towpath trail snack shack

    Santa, Buried Treasures & the Towpath Trail Snack Shack has partnered to have Santa visit our new location at Buried Treasures Antiques & Collectibles at 2306 West Tuscarawas Street NW, Canton, Ohio!

  • Towpath Trail Peace Park Partnership Startup Opportunity!

    1st bicyclists to camp at the Peace Park

     

    Upon completing our first season with over 70 primitive campsites booked at our historical intersection on the Greenville Peace Treaty Line, Buckeye Trail, Ohio-Erie Canal Towpath Trail, Scenic Byway, Tuscarawas River Water Trail, and the Great American Rail-Trail, I've decided to solicit a financial partner to better protect a long term goal for the community!

  • Village of Bolivar Ohio

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  • Village of Navarre Ohio

    Nestled on the banks of the Tuscarawas River, is the charming Village of Navarre. It is delightfully reminiscent of long ago. It was in southeastern Bethlehem Township where a missionary, Revered Christian Frederick Post, built the first dwelling, a log cabin within the present boundaries of Ohio in 1761.  Originally, Navarre was three separate villages, each having their own square. It was an amalgamation of the three hamlets: Bethlehem, Rochester, and Navarre. The eastern section, Bethlehem, was the oldest, laid out in 1806 by Jonathan Condy, Rochester to the west was next, established in 1833 by Nathan McGrew. Navarre forming the center, came last in 1834.  It was founded by James Duncan. A financial depression resulted in fierce competition between the three villages and caused a rivalry which was intense and bitter. In 1872, the wise businessmen of the community decided to incorporate the villages and name it Navarre.

    The 1830's brought the Ohio & Erie Canal. The canal was in continuous operation through Navarre until the flood of 1913. Visitors are encouraged to take a trip along this historic pathway which follows the Tuscarawas River through the village and township.  The Ohio & Erie Canal once had a great impact on the shops and businesses in the small village of Navarre. Now, the canal is creating a new excitement and potential for a much different impact with the Ohio & Erie Canal Heritage Corridor from Cleveland to New Philadelphia.  The greatest charm of the village, for many people lies in its broad tree-lined streets and quaint homes and buildings relating to the historical past of the village. Navarre is the perfect blend of the past with the present and promises you a nostalgic visit any time of the year.  Come visit historic Navarre and Bethlehem Township. 

  • Village of Strasburg, Ohio

    The plains were avoided by the earliest settlers who were accustomed to judging the fertility of soil by the density of its timber. They chose to locate among the distant hills rather than try to farm the scrubby plains. Time proved they were mistaken. Strasburg was settled in the plain a mile north of Sugar Creek much later than outlying parts of the township. It is impossible to state with certainty who was the first settler.

  • Village of Zoar Ohio

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  • Welcome to our Snack Shack Blog

    Thank you for visiting us on-line! Go figure, that since I have a strong background in technology we'd have a website before the food license ;) While our website is fully operational, we are still going through the food service licensing process. We will be making an announcement within our blog as soon as we pass inspection and receive our mobile catering license. A few of the features with our website include:

  • Zoar, Ohio News

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We're closed when it's below 50 or above 90 degrees or in winds above 15 knots!

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Primitive campsites now available year round even when the Snack Shack is closed for the season! Click the photo below for more information.

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