Landscaped Areas

Historic Roscoe Village

There are four significant public gardens and park spaces in Coshocton: the gardens of Roscoe Village, Lake Park, Clary Gardens, and the Pomerene Center for the Arts.

An extended bike and walking path (“tow path”) has been created to link Lake Park to the city. The gardens of Roscoe Village are planted throughout the seven acre historic canal town and educate visitors on the different types of plants that were used and grown during that era.

A signature “R” planted on a hillside greets visitors as they enter at the south entrance to the village.

A newly constructed picnic shelter is utilized by school groups and other visitors as well as by the AIB committee for their annual plant sale.

New for 2011, is a pond-less water cascade has been created to bring the gentle sound of water into the Frances Montgomery Memorial Garden next to the Village Visitor Center.