• The Harmony Hill Dairy House is the oldest standing structure in Clermont County.

  • Williamsburg, Ohio was first established in 1796 by William Lytle who was commissioned to survey the western portion of the Virginia Military District.

  • Fisher’s Travel Camp began operation in 1928 about the same time that Route 25 was being developed. The camp included cabins and a full service gas station.

  • The Triple Whipple Bridge was built in 1878 after the previous covered bridge had collapsed into Laughery Creek.

  • We now offer video by drone for an overall view of your historic site.

  • History In Your Own Backyard is an internet database featuring documentary videos on historic sites throughout the region.

  • Over 3650 historic structures were lost in 2015. Here is a fraction of our disappearing culture.

  • Construction on the Loveland Castle began in 1927 and was dedicated in 1930. The castle was completed in 1955.

  • Built in 1889 the South Sparta Presbyterian Church has been recently renovated and is still used on a monthly basis.

  • The Ohio County Historical Society Museum was originally the William Clore Plow Factory which was constructed in the 1800s. The museum includes the historic “Hoosier …[View More]