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A Few WordsAbout Us

The Zanesville-Muskingum County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is the destination marketing organization for the hospitality industry of Muskingum County.

Our goal is to attract leisure travelers, motor coach groups, meetings, sporting events and small conventions that will stimulate economic growth. We also believe strongly in enhancing the quality of life for our community members and guests through beautification projects and awareness of events, activities and attractions.

The Bureau has been recognized as the county’s official marketing and sales organization since 1981 and in 1993 the CVB merged with the Chamber of Commerce and has since been operating as a department of the Chamber of Commerce ever since.

The CVB markets area attractions through trade show attendance, social media outlets, visitor guide distribution, email newsletters and through our lovely Visitor Information Center.

Zanesville Muskingingum County Convention And Visitor's Bureau
Zanesville Muskingingum County Convention And Visitor's Bureau

In addition to marketing the area, the CVB manages and operates the Lorena Sternwheeler in partnership with the Muskingum County Commissioners and the City of Zanesville.

Muskingum County is known for its famous Y Bridge, The Wilds, Rich Pottery Heritage, Alan Cottrill Sculpture Studio, John and Annie Glenn Museum, National Road and Zane Grey Museum, Lorena Sternwheeler, Hunting and Fishing, Zanesville Museum of Art, Dillon Lake for Rowing, Softball, Stone Academy and the Underground Railroad Movement, State Parks, Wineries, The Triple Nickel motorcycle route, Fall Foliage, Tom’s Ice Cream Bowl, The Courthouse Christmas Lights, Ohio Arts Corridor, Agricultural Tours, Hiking and Trails, Historic Districts, Artist Galleries and Studios, Pottery Lovers Annual Show and Sale, the National Road Scenic By-Way, Golfing, Quaint Villages, Unique Shopping and Warm Hospitality. There are over 700 hotel rooms and direct expenditures by visitors in 2019 accounted for $238 million and supported almost 3,000 jobs.