|Cambridge Guernsey County|
A complete online visitor's guide and resource for Guernsey county.
|Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce|
The Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce is a business community at work as the central agency for community development for business, industry, the professions, and all civic interests- doing jobs that no individual can do alone - rendering many services that benefit all citizens.
| Cambridge Glass Museum|
In addition to the 8,000 piece glass display area of Cambridge Glass which was manufactured in 1902-1958, mannequins are used to demonstrate how glass was gathered from the furnace, formed into its final shape, and then etched, gold decorated or engraved. Highlighting the museum are three display rooms that change yearly including a room that features glass collections that may not be publicly viewed elsewhere.
|Hopalong Cassidy Museum|
An extensive collection of products endorsed by William Boyd, a Cambridge native who gained national recognition as the cowboy star Hopalong Cassidy. Hopalong Cassidy, along with his horse Topper, was the hero of twenty-eight western novels written by Clarence E. Mulford in the twenties, thirties, and forties.
|Living Word Outdoor Drama|
The Living Word is a non-denominational outdoor theater depicting the moving and powerful life and ministry of Christ. Presenting “the greatest story ever told” on a spectacular 400 foot panoramic permanent set, you will witness His last days from the Sermon on the Mount to His Ascension. See and hear His teachings of love and forgiveness, His betrayal, the Crucifixion, and His triumphant Resurrection!
|Salt Fork State Park|
The landscape of rural Guernsey County appears as a patchwork of forested hills, open meadows and misty valleys threaded by numerous streams. At the heart of this region is Salt Fork State Park, encompassing the woodlands and fields flanking Salt Fork Reservoir. As Ohio's largest state park, Salt Fork boasts recreational facilities to suit nearly every taste. Whether it is fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, swimming or golfing, there is something for everyone.
| Salt Fork Arts and Crafts Festival|
The Salt Fork Arts and Crafts festival is a three-day event, Friday, August 9, Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11. High caliber artists and craftsmen will be showcased, along with performing artists, early American arts and crafts demonstrations, and food concessions.
| The Wilds|
The Wilds is one of the largest and most innovative wildlife conservation centers in the world. Located on nearly 10,000 acres near Cambridge, it is home to rare and endangered species from around the world. Visitors can board a guided Safari Transport or Open-Air Safari to see and learn about the animals living in open-range habitats, including a visit to the Mid-Sized Carnivore Conservation Center. A gift shop, café, birding and butterfly areas, summer camps, education programs, group tours, private lodge, Nomad Ridge, private Wildside Tour and more are available to visitors.
| The John and Annie Glenn Historic Site|
Experience History! Learn about life during the Great Depression and the Home Front during WWII through a captivating living history presentation.