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Lorena Sternwheeler

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The Lorena Sternwheeler is moored at Zane’s Landing Park (West Market Street, Zanesville, Ohio) Coordinates 39.9423 N, 82.0105 W
There is no physical address to the park. 

Directions:
From I-70 East-take Exit #154, turn right at 2nd light onto Market Street. Follow Market Street 3 blocks to Zane’s Landing Park
From I-70 West-take Exit #155, turn left onto Underwood Street. Turn right at 3rd light onto Market Street. Follow Market Street 6 blocks to Zane’s Landing Park.

Reservations Are Required:

A minimum 48-hour advance reservation & prepayment is required.

Please call 740.455.8282 extension 108 or email jchurch@zmchamber.com, Mon-Thurs 9am-4pm or Fri 9am-12pm. If you call or email afterhours all efforts will be made to return your call or email within 24 hours. If you call or email during the weekend a return call or email will be made on the following business day.

Prices:

Public Rides

  • $12 adult, $10 senior
    $8 for children ages 2-12
  • Visa, MasterCard, check or cash

Charters

  • Cruising $225/hour
  • Dockside $100/hour

Call 740.455.8282 for Charter details.

Lorena Sterwheeler

History of the Lorena Sternwheeler

The Lorena Sternwheeler is moored at Zane’s Landing Park at the west end of Market Street in downtown Zanesville and offers excursions on the Muskingum River. The Lorena can carry 75 passengers and is 104 feet long, 17 feet wide. The hull is 68.5 feet and draws 2.5 feet of water. The Lorena weighs over 59 tons and is available for public rides, birthday parties, anniversaries, twilight cruises, and charters. This Muskingum County treasure travels up the Historic Muskingum River Water Trail and offers a relaxed and pleasant ride through wide waters, passing scenic woodlands just the way our ancestors did. She has carried governors, Miss Americas, Pat Boone, and the Imperials. Newspapers throughout the world write about the Lorena and radio and TV coverage is extensive. Worldwide coverage came when the Lorena survived the “Blizzard of ’78.” The riverboat was within a quarter-inch of capsizing.

Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA
Lorena Sternwheeler - Zanesville Ohio USA