My two sisters-in-law and I just got back from a girls trip (or moms trip) to Coshocton, Ohio! It was so much fun that I wanted to share our itinerary with you in case you are looking to go on a girls trip too. (Side note, if it’s been awhile since you have been on a girls trip or maybe you never have… get your girls and go ASAP!) I have the itinerary listed out for you so you won’t even have to make many decisions! 😉
(I am listing out everything we did below, but I wrote more detailed posts on where we stayed here, other things to do and places to stay here, and great shopping and dining here.)
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Girls Trip Itinerary To Coshocton, Ohio: Day 1
We arrived for check-in to Coshocton Village Inn & Suites around 1:30PM. This is a beautiful hotel that I would highly recommend. We got the Three Rivers Wine Trail Package with our stay which was a lot of fun. You can read my full review post of the Coshocton Village Inn & Suites and the wine trail here!
2PM: We visited the Medbery Manor Bed & Breakfast for a tour and they also asked us to stay for coffee and muffins!
2:30-4PM: Shopping in Roscoe Village.
4PM: Appetizers at The Warehouse Steak & Stein in Roscoe Village. You HAVE to stop here to eat. The food is delicious!
6:00PM: Wine tasting and then dinner at Raven’s Glenn Winery. I would recommend that you time your stop here at a time that you will be hungry because the food is great. We did appetizers at The Warehouse Steak & Stein and then ate dinner here and it worked out perfectly! (This is part of the wine trail)
8PM: Beer tasting at the Wooly Pig Farm Brewery. (This is part of the wine trail)
After the tasting at the Wooly Pig, we went back to our hotel for the night.
Girls Trip Itinerary To Coshocton, Ohio: Day 2
8AM: (Free) hot breakfast in the lobby at the Coshocton Village Inn & Suites.
8:30AM: Lattes and pastries at Hannah Marie’s Bakery. Delicious! (Yes, we essentially had two breakfasts. We were only there for one night so we had to make the most of it!!) 😉
9:15AM: We stopped for a quick tour of the Roscoe Motor Inn and to meet the owner, Del Smith.
10AM: Pedicures at Nail City on Main Street. In my opinion, pedicures are a must on a girls trip. We had a great experience at Nail City!
11:15AM – 1PM: We went back to Roscoe Village to do a little more shopping. This is when we got our candy and such because we didn’t want to get it the first day, in case it would melt in the car!
1:30PM: Lunch at English Ivy. Great food and even better pies!
2:30PM – 3:30PM: We stopped at many of the stores on the Antique & Unique Shopping Trail including RUST.
3:30PM: We stopped at the Baltic Mill Winery for tastings and a tour of the flour mill equipment upstairs! (This is part of the wine trail)
4PM: We headed back home.
Thoughts About Our Girls Trip To Coshocton, Ohio
We are big fans of taking a girls trip and we try to take one about every year. This is the first year that we only did a one night stay and that is the only thing we regretted about the trip. There is SO much to see and do in Coshocton that we really wish we would have had more time to experience it all!
If you are considering taking a girls trip to Coshocton, check out the other posts that I wrote sharing more details on everything listed above:
Places To Stay & Things To Do In Coshocton, Ohio
Coshocton Village Inn & Suites & Three Rivers Wine Trail
Great Shopping & Dining In Historic Roscoe Village
You can also find out more about Coshocton on the Visit Coshocton website!