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Fort Ancient State Memorial, Oregonia

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  • At first this seems like just another museum with the same information about ancient American Indians but further in there is a wealth of knowledge especially about the area and other sites in the sta...  more »
  • We brought our 4th grader and 7th grader here because our 4th grader was studying Native Americans of Ohio for his social studies class. I was surprised at how big this site was in this particular are...  more »
  • We decided to visit Fort Ancient's mounds instead of the Serpent Mound which was farther from where we were staying. The interpretive center captivated us for nearly an hour. We walked some short trai...  more »
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  • Great park. Doesn't feel like Ohio. Cool memorials, well maintained and easily assessable.
  • Extremely interesting. Did you know Serpent Mound is one of the oldest earth works in the world ? Nice picnic area's. Plenty of parking. Able to see the whole mound from the fire tower. Local Native American Museum as well. A good Place to visit.
  • A membership to the Ohio Historical Society provides you and your family admission to this 5 star sight April through November. Along with the history museum and village in Columbus and dozens of other places all around Ohio and reciprocal free or reduced admission to museums the country over. For less than admission to two of these sights for your family of four you can have something to do together all year long for next to nothing. Beautiful museum, beautiful country, nothing like this anywhere nearby. Worth a go!
  • Great place to walk around at. Best views of the Little Miami river.
  • Peaceful place with nice vistas and a good bit of walking and hiking trails. When driving in, the approach from the west requires navigating hairpin turns within a steep grade. Not recommended for campers, RVs, trailers, etc. Managed by Dayton historical society.