Dickinson Cattle Company, 35500 Muskrat Road (Located on State Route 800 north of Barnesville, between the village and Interstate 70), ☎ 740-758-5050, . M-Sa 10 A.M. - 5 P.M., Sunday 1 P.M. - 6 P.M. during the summer. A 4,5000 acre ranch built on reclaimed strip mine. Home of up to 1,500 registered Dutch BueLingo, Texas Longhorn, and African Watusi cattle. Tour covers history of horned cattle in Ohio, Johnny Appleseed, Hopalong Cassidy, Ohio governor Wilson Shannon, and Hanging Judge Isaac Parker. See cattle being trailed and branded on this working cattle ranch.$10 adults, $4 children 4 - 12, free under 4. edit
Victorian Mansion Museum, 532 North Chestnut Street, ☎ 740-425-2926. May 1 - September 30, W-Su 1 P.M. - 4 P.M. Fully restored, twenty-six room Romanesque style mansion. Sights include carved woodwork, moldings, mantels and doors, as well as 22k gold decorations, decorative locks, hinges and gas and electric lighting fixtures. Houses one of the largest collections of original clothing from the 1890's in Ohio. Annual Christmas tour runs from Thanksgiving to Christmas.$5 adults, $2 age 6 - 18. edit
Barnesville Memorial Park, 130 Fair Street, ☎ 740-425-3012, . Fish or boat on 12-acre Park Lake. Watch baseball or softball on one of three lit ball fields, one housing a covered grandstand. Lit horseshoe pit, basketball courts, tennis courts and valleyball court. Two walking trails that wind around Park Lake. Also home to the villages 4th of July fireworks display.(39.996356,-81.178103)edit
Barnesville Pumpkin Festival, (Located in downtown Barnesville), ☎ 740-425-2593, . Th-Su, last full weekend in September. Local festival that began in 1964 and now attracts more than 100,000 people annually. Pumpkin growers compete to grow the heaviest pumpkin each year, crowned the King Pumpkin. (Current record was set in 2007 and weighed in at 1,289 1/2 pounds.) Other attractions at the festival include an Antique & classic car show, crafts, new and antique farm machinery, live music on multiple stages, and contests for hog calling, tall tales, and tobacco spitting. The event reaches its peak attendance on Saturday for the Giant Pumpkin Parade.Free for most of the festival, $1 or less for craft displays. edit
Annie K's, 777 East Main Street, ☎ 740-425-3456. M-Th 6 A.M. - 8 P.M., Friday and Saturday 6 A.M. - 9 P.M., Sunday 6 A.M. - 3 P.M. Family owned, small town restaurant featuring home cooked meals at very reasonable prices. Hosts murder mysteries, comedy shows, and live bluegrass and other music. edit
Bob's Pizza and Sub Stop, 110 East South Street (Located inside of Bob's Drive Thru), ☎ 740-425-3333, . Monday through Thursday 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM, Friday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Saturday 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM, Sunday 2:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Pizza, subs, wings, and pepperoni rolls. Full menu on their website. Food can be ordered for pickup or delivery.(39.986702,-81.177389)edit
China Max, 201 South Chestnut Street, ☎ 740-425-2101. edit
DeFelice Brothers Pizza, 621 East Main Street, ☎ 740-425-9000. edit
Fairyland, (Follow State Route 800 south out of town for about 5 miles). Local drive-in eatery featuring homemade ice cream.edit
Fox's Pizza, 123 East Main Street, ☎ 740-425-9222. edit
Home Pizza, West Main Street, ☎ 740-425-3322. edit
D&J's Pizza, 112 East Church Street, ☎ 740-425-4211. edit
Grandma's Flea Market & Crafts, 66240 Bailey Rd. & SR 147, ☎ 740-425-1717. Offering quality items at affordable prices --Tools, kitchen tables and chairs; bedroom sets; household items; men, women's and children's clothing. Repurposed items.edit
The Barnesville Guest House, 1146 East Main Street, ☎ 415-625-3338, . (39.991917,-81.153263)edit
The Georgian Pillars Bed & Breakfast, 128 East Walnut Street, ☎ 888-425-3741. checkin: After 2:30 P.M; checkout: Before 10:30 A.M. Single $70 weekdays, $75 weekends, Double $90 weekdays, $95 weekends. edit
Harrison House, 501 E Main St (Just east of downtown on Main Street), ☎ 740-425-4068, . Features a private three bedroom apartment with private entrance, a full kitchen, and semi-private bath. Can be rented with one or three bedrooms, all with cable television and wireless internet access.(39.987725,-81.169525)edit
Barnesville Enterprise: Weekly local newspaper covering western Belmont County, in operation for over 140 years. It is the oldest active, continuously operated business in the village. 166 East Main Street, 740-425-1912.
WBNV - Barnesville-Woodsfield: Barnesville's hometown radio station, a member of the AVC Communications Inc. family. Broadcasts Cleveland Indian baseball games and local high school football, basketball, and baseball for the Barnesville Shamrocks and Monroe Central Seminoles. 175 East Main Street, 740-425-9268.
Barkcamp State Park: 125 Electrified campsites and featuring hot showers, picnic tables, and firerings. Pets allowed in designated areas. Swim, fish, boat, or hunt (in designated areas). 65330 Barkcamp Road, 740-484-4064
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