Muskingum River State Park

Muskingum River State Park(McConnelsville)

Muskingum River State Park
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Kyle S
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Historic waterway
2019年2月 • 家庭
Located on the historic Muskingum River, these hand operated locks are very interesting and still being used today. The river was a path many slaves used to flee to Canada. The area was also the scene of one of Morgan's raids.
The small town of McConellsville is also quite charming. Worth a weekend visit
撰写日期:2019年2月23日
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Paul S
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Lots of locks no bagels
2017年7月 • 家庭
Wander south of the interstate on hwy 60 along the scenic Muskingum River and stop to see the still working historic locks that made the river navigable upstream from Marietta as far as Zanesville. Along this linear park, one of my favorite places to stop is lock 8 where confederate general John Hunt Morgan crossed the river with his troops and engaged in a brief skirmish with locla militia on his 1863 raid into Ohio. Private boats still use the lock system, and the Valley Gem steamboat takes tourists on trips up the river during the suimmer as well.
撰写日期:2017年7月16日
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KellyDJa
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Muskingum River Water Trail Locks
2016年9月 • 好友
At McConnelsville along the Muskingum River Water Trail are locks on the river. There are dams along the to help maintain a consistent dept which aids in navigation. The locks are all hand powered. Gates and valves are cranked open and closed by a Lock Technician. T gates allow boats to enter and depart the locks. There is a cost for boats using the locks.
The Muskingum River also provided a safe corridor to travel to Canada for slaves seeking freedom. Slaves began crossing the Ohio river as early as 1812 and used the Muskingum River as an easy route to travel north.
撰写日期:2016年9月19日
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