Centennial Trail

Explore the history of Camp Tuscazoar

As part of Camp Tuscazoar’s centennial celebration, a collection of 100 historic sites throughout camp were identified and marked with a unique sign. The trail now features new metal signs and posts, thanks to a generous grant from the Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitors Bureau. Visitors are encouraged to hike to many or all of these sites to learn more about the camp’s rich history.

To begin your Centennial Trail adventure, visit the W.C. Moorhead Museum (next to the camp parking lot) and pick up a copy of the Centennial Trail Guide and a Centennial Trail Map. The guide and map are also posted below for easy access.

The map will help guide you to each site, where you will find a sign with a brief description. In the description on each sign, one key word is underlined. Write the underlined word next to the corresponding sign number on the “Centennial Trail Key Words” pages at the back of the guide. The guide also contains more detailed information about each site.

Centennial Trail Guide (PDF) >

Centennial Trail Guide (PDF for print – print on both sides, flipping on short edge) >

Centennial Trail Guide (Web page enhanced with photos) >

Centennial Trail Map (PDF) >
(Designed for 11″x17″ paper)

Centennial Trail Map-Top (PDF) >
(Designed for 8.5″x11″ paper)

Centennial Trail Map-Bottom (PDF) >
(Designed for 8.5″x11″ paper)

Those who reach 50 or more sites will be eligible to obtain a commemorative centennial coin ($5 donation).

Once you have reached one of these levels, stop by the W.C. Moorhead Museum. We will verify your list of key words and will have the commemorative coins available.