Visitor Information

Often called the "Crossroads of America," Cambridge is found nestled  in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains along I-70 and I-77.

National attention is gained annually as visitors flock to enjoy the Dickens Victorian Village and the Official Paul Bunyan Show, not to mention numerous other special events - such as Ohio's only outdoor passion play, the Living Word Outdoor Drama.

The crown jewel of the county though,  is the abundance of recreational opportunities. Hunting, fishing, camping and golfing are centerpieces for the region. Ohio's largest state park, Salt Fork, and the state's third largest lake, Seneca Lake, are found within Guernsey County. Did we also mention that the Wilds, a 9,000-acre one-of-a-kind conservations facility is also located here for seasonal safari tours? 

Not far from town is the John and Annie Glenn Historic Site detailing the famed astronaut's life. And don't forget the historic National Road (Route 40) running through the heart of Guernsey County that features specialty shops, antiques, a museums and glass factories.

Self-Guided Tours

A self-guided walking tour brochure of the Dickens Victorian Village display and downtown Cambridge is available at downtown retailers and area hotels.

Area Lodging

Our area lodging choices include hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, inns, cabins, and state parks, with styles and price ranges to accommodate a variety of preferences. For more information on lodging visit http://www.visitguernseycounty.com/

Other Area Attractions

There is so much to see and do in Cambridge, Ohio including: Living Word Outdoor Drama , Salt Fork State Park, Seneca Lake, Cambridge Glass, the Wilds, John & Annie Glenn Historic Site.
Information about area attractions is available through the Cambridge/Guernsey County Visitors & Convention Bureau, www.visitguernseycounty.com .