With several 1-day tours and local attractions, we are in a great location for motorcyclists.
1 DAY TOURS
We are located near the northern point of the triple Nickel, State Route 555, and serve as a great starting point or destination for this ride.
The Triple Nickel is a 62 mile stretch of road that will challenge even the most experienced riders. Although scenic, with it’s rolling hills, farmland, and wildlife, it’s the road that brings riders here. It twists and turns, sometimes without warning, and will keep you on edge.
We invite you to stop in and tell us about your ride. We have free flyers and information about the route. We also keep Triple Nickel, 555 memorabilia like patches, pins, and shirts in-stock to showcase your trip.
Hocking Hills is a state park located about 50 miles from Zanesville. It is known for its spectacular rock formations including caves, waterfalls, and cliffs. It makes a great destination whether you’re there to visit it’s attractions or just to take a scenic ride.
Tour one of the largest Amish communities in the country. You’ll experience straight and twisting roads through farmland and forests on your route. Watch out for horse and buggies though because you’ll be sharing the road. Visit restaurants and shops with homemade foods, gifts, antiques, and more.
Zanesville’s Y-Bridge is the fifth iteration of the original bridge which was constructed in 1814 and is registered as a national historic place. According to Ripley’s Believe it or Not “It is the only bridge in the world which you can cross and still be on the same side of the river.”
LOCK AND DAM NO. 10
Lock 10 is a member of a series of locks on the Muskingum River. It provides great parking access to view the lock and dam as well as the Y-Bridge.
THE BIG MUSKIE BUCKET
The Big Muskie was the largest single-bucket digging machine ever created. It’s 220 cubic yard (5940 Cubic Feet) bucket could hold 2 greyhound buses side by side! The Big Muskie was dismantled but the bucket remains at the Miner’s Memorial Park in McConnelsville Ohio, just 30 miles from Zanesville.
The Wilds is a non-profit wildlife safari park and conservation center located in Cumberland, Ohio. The park was created from 10,000 acres of land stripped by the Big Muskie Bucket. There’s a lot to do at the Wilds and it serves as a great destination as part of the Triple Nickel Tour.