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We had a great little boat ride very informative and the narrator is very funny.
Limited schedule in the late fall so make sure you decide when you want to go was not crowded at all a great experience and interesting history of the Ohio...More
We went on the canal boat ride while on a visit to Roscoe Village and it was the highlight of our day! At $4 and lasting about 40 minutes I thought it was a very good deal. The horses were beautiful and the guide was...More
Easy check in and the guide, horse handler and "boat steerer" were absolutely wonderful! The horses were beautiful. It was a nice ride down the canal and back but be warned there are mosquitos--if you are a magnet for bugs like my mother you will...More
this is a relaxing trip down a short canal on the Monticello III canal boat. The boat is pulled thru the canal by two horses. Board the boat,set back and enjoy. There is a "guide" that discusses the starting of the canal, why it was...More
We take our 4th graders here every year as part of our Ohio curriculum and talking about transportation. The kids eat their lunch on the boat while learning about the history of the canal. Our tour guide, Ed, is very knowledgeable and good with the...More
Monticello III herself was a bit more weather-worn than the photos on line, but she held up for our ride which we thoroughly enjoyed. A quiet ride due to it being horse-drawn by a pair of percherons draft horses. Our guide was informative and seemed...More
This ride has helped to preserve some of the historical significance of the Erie canals of the 1800's. Guides on the boat answer questions and provide a lot of facts from the time period. Very relaxing 45 minute or so ride where a lot can...More
I had found this attraction online and was very interested in visiting. It was a very nice relaxing ride headed by two beautiful horses. The gentleman who gave the tour was very knowledgeable and he was also very good with teaching the children all about...More