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Fletcher Coffman Homestead

Tour a piece of history and imagine yourself living in the mid 1800s. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Fletcher-Coffman Homestead was constructed in the early 1860s and has been restored to its original period. Wander the...

Flint Ridge Ancient Quarries & Nature Preserve

Flint Ridge contains quarry pits where all of the ancient people of Ohio came to get flint for both tools and weapons. The flint was also a trade item for many of these people and was especially prized by the Hopewell Culture for its quality and...

Fort Amanda Memorial Park

Originally built in the fall of 1812 by Kentucky troops under the command of Col. Robert Pogue, the fort was enlarged to almost double the original size during the spring of 1813 by Ohio militia soldiers under the command of Capt. Daniel Hosbrook. A...

Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve

Fort Ancient features 18,000 feet of earthen walls built 2,000 years ago on a hilltop terrace overlooking the Little Miami River by the Hopewell culture, who used the earthworks for ceremonies and social gatherings. The stone-covered earthworks at...

Fort Jefferson Memorial Park

Fort Jefferson Memorial Park marks the site of an advance outpost of General Arthur St. Clair, built in October 1791. It was named in honor of Thomas Jefferson, then Secretary of State. One of a chain of defensive forts built to protect army...

Fort Laurens

Fort Laurens was built in 1778 in an ill-fated campaign to attack the British at Detroit. Supplying this wilderness outpost was its downfall, as its starving garrison survived on boiled moccasins and withstood a month-long siege by British-led...

Fort Meigs

William Henry Harrison built Fort Meigs on the Maumee River in 1813 to protect northwest Ohio and Indiana from British invasion. Today's reconstruction is one of the largest log forts in America. British and Canadian troops, assisted by Indians...

Fort Recovery Museum & Monument

In late 1791, a confederacy of Indian warriors led by Little Turtle and Blue Jacket surprised and overwhelmed an American army of about 1,600 men under Major General Arthur St. Clair at this site along the Wabash River. Well over half of St. Clair's...

Fossil Park

Fossil Park, located in an abandoned quarry in Sylvania, Ohio, is an unusual destination for travellers who are interested in rocks, quarries or mines. The park contains some of the best fossils from the Devonian period in the world; diggers can...

Fowler's Mill

The 170-year-old Fowler's Mill produces a wide variety of high-quality Traditional American Baking Mixes including pancake mixes, muffin mixes, cookie mixes, apple cake mix, apple crisp mix, and shortcake & cobbler mix.  The Mill also stone grinds...

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