At a glance, Dover may only appear to be a quiet town, nestled in the rolling foothills of the Appalachians. While that is true, and it’s one of our favorite things about our city, we also serve as an excellent jumping point to Ohio’s greatest adventures.

There are many golf courses located in and around our city. The Tuscarawas River offers adventurous canoe rides and great fishing. Dover also serves as a gateway into the heart of Amish country and is centrally located within two hours of Cleveland, Columbus Youngstown and Pittsburgh. The Professional Football Hall of Fame at Canton, Ohio, is located about 20 minutes away.

The city is the host of many museums, shops and points of interests. Our rich history alone makes Dover a great, safe place for travelers of all ages.

We hope that you stop by and enjoy our city. We are so happy to call Dover our home and we would love to have you come by for a visit. Visit the Tuscarawas County Convention & Visitor's Bureau web site or the county's digital portal for more information about living and doing doing business here.

Below are links to just a few of the many activities that can be enjoyed in our area:

My granddad, Ernest "Mooney" Warther, chose to keep his world famous train carvings here in Dover instead of displaying them in Dearborn or Washington D.C.. The Warther family still believes Dover is the greatest place to live and work and we now have our fourth generation family members living and working at the museum as well.
Mark Warther
   Director of Operations, Warther Museum