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Athens County Indian Mounds

Between 1,000 B.C.E. and 200 A.D., Athens County was home to the Adena Indians, a hunter-gatherer society that preceded the Hopewells and other Native-American cultures. The Plains, just north of Athens in Athens County, was the second largest...

Big Bottom

Named for the broad Muskingum floodplain, the three-acre Big Bottom park is the site of a skirmish between Ohio Company settlers and  Delaware and Wyandot Indians on Jan. 2, 1791. The Big Bottom massacre marked the start of four years of frontier...

Darke County Park District

Discover the natural beauty of West Central Ohio. Our flat land offers wetlands, prairies, creek-side paths, woodland sanctuaries, old-growth forests and wildflowers to explore. These areas are the perfect locations to watch birds and other wildlife...

Flint Ridge

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 Ancient

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 Ancient

Fort Ancient is an American Indian hilltop enclosure built nearly 2,000 years ago, situated atop a terrace overlooking the Little Miami River  Archaeological excavations have revealed 18,000 feet of well-preserved earthen embankment walls,  which...

Fort Hill

Fort Hill State Memorial is a nature preserve containing one of the best preserved Indian hilltop enclosures in North America. The Hopewell Indians (100 B.C.-A.D. 500) constructed the 1 1/2 mile long earthwork hilltop enclosure as well as at least...

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

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...

Great Circle Earthworks, Newark Earthworks

The Great Circle Earthworks was built by the Hopewell culture approximately 2,000 years ago. The circle is nearly 1,200 feet in diameter and was used as a vast ceremonial center by its builders.The Great Circle is one part of the Newark Earthworks,...

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