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The Wilds to Wooster - need scenic driving route

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We will be in Ohio in mid-Oct., staying at The Wilds one night and then driving to Wooster (and on to Cuyahoga Valley NP the following day). We would like to take Rt. 39 through Walnut Creek, Berlin, and Millersburg, but I'm not sure of the best way to get there. Zanesville, then up to Millersburg, then 39 to I-77 and back off at Strasburg (is that Rt. 250?) to Wooster? Up I-77 to 39? I estimate we will have 6 to 8 hrs. to drive, stop in towns, admire the landscape, and have lunch; we'd like to spend as much time as possible in the most scenic areas. Not sure if the roads south of Millersburg are as interesting as zooming up the Interstate quickly and then the meandering roads (perhaps smaller ones) north of 39. Also have no idea how long it might take to get around - and to Wooster - in a more leisurely manner than the very direct AAA route.

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