The City of Uhrichsville, Ohio, is a progressive, growing community with a population of approximately 5413 located in Tuscarawas County.
Greetings from the City of Uhrichsville!
We are excited to introduce you to our fine little City.
The weekend before Memorial Day is the opening day for our family fun Water Park. Please check the Water Park's website for pricing and operating hours.
Panhandle Passage, a walking/biking trail, traverses a picturesque area of town connecting our Water Park with the Historical Landmark Dennison Depot.
Spend a morning exploring the Uhrichsville Museum of Clay Industry and Folk Art and see why Uhrichsville is called "The Clay Capital of The World".
Take an afternoon stroll through the Union Cemetery and see thousands of unique headstones and monuments. Some of which are made out of clay and others dating back to the 1800's.
Play a round or two of golf and have a light meal at the newly renovated Big Bend Golf Course, or have a picnic lunch at one of our parks.
We have numerous businesses, old and new in the City and surrounding areas to take care of all of your needs.
We have two railroad systems that run through the City. Air travel is easily accessible with Regional and International airports in nearby Akron/Canton, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. The Harry Clever Airfield in New Philadelphia is located just 8 miles away and can handle most corporate aircraft.
The City and County Governments offer many incentives for new businesses. Uhrichsville has been declared an Enterprise Zone and we are located in the Appalachian area, which allows for special funding and incentives.
It is a time of growth and Progress in our wonderful City. Future recreational projects around the City are currently in the works.
Last but not least, no matter what you are hungry for, we have restaurants to cater to any taste.
We are looking forward to you coming and exploring what our City has to offer.
~Rick Dorland, Mayor
We are offering early bird discount pricing on season passes to the Water Park. The pricing is good until May 19th .. Passes can be purchased at the Mayor’s Office.