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Southeast Ohio

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Southeast Ohio

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Southeast Ohio includes rural areas of the state that border West Virginia. This region is very hilly as it lies in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Most of the Wayne National Forest is in Southeast Ohio. When looking at a map, the forest will look like patches. The whole area resembles the National Forest, which is reclaimed strip mining areas, in various stages of reforestation. Much of it is primative area, popular with hunters and all terrain vehicle users. The southeastern part is along the banks of the Ohio River and has some of Ohio's most scenic and historic areas.


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  • Athens County
  • Gallia County
  • Fairfield County
  • Hocking County
  • Jackson County
  • Lawrence County
  • Meigs County
  • Monroe County
  • Morgan County
  • Noble County
  • Perry County
  • Vinton County
  • Washington County



Southeastern Ohio does not have any big cities, but does have a whole bunch of small towns.

Other destinations


This is coal mining country. The landscape is generally composed of the foothills of the Appalachian Mountain Range.


Get in

I-77 runs north-west through this region. I-70 runs east-west along the northern portion of the region.

Get around


  • Schoenbrunn Village is located on SR-259 in New Philadelphia, in Tuscarawas County. It can be easily accessed off of I-77, exit 81, approximately 4 miles southeast. Schoenbrunn is a preserved missionary village built by the Moravian Christian sect to convert Delaware Native Americans. Open September 6, 2005 - May 26, 2006, We-Sa 9:30AM-5PM, Su 12PM-5PM, admission fees, adults $7, children 6-12 $3, children under 6 free. Phone: +1 800 752-2711 or +1 330 339-3636.




Stay safe

This is a very rural part of Ohio with many primative areas. As long as you stay on the paved, narrow, winding roads, you should have few problems. If you wander off onto the logging or coal mine roads, be prepared for potholes, bad roads, mud and very little, if any traffic to ask for assitance. Much of this area is not served by cell phone towers and you will have no communications. The area is popular with hunters and all terrain vehicle users. Rumor has it that the area is also popular with marijuana growers, in and out of the Wayne National Forest. If you come upon a patch, change direction and move on slowly while looking for man-traps. Don't even think about getting close enough to pick any. You may be, being video taped by law enforcement, or worse.

Get out

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