Fort Hill is one of the best-preserved examples of an ancient hilltop enclosure built by American Indians of the Hopewell culture. It's also a nature preserve, and the 1,300 acres are home to one of southern Ohio's largest mature forests. It's managed by the Arc of Appalachia on behalf of the Ohio History Connection. The park and its 11 miles of hiking trails are open daily, dawn-dusk. The museum at Fort Hill is open Saturdays from 9am-noon, May through October.
Features & Amenities
Museum Center, Picnic Shelter, Pit Toilets, Hiking Trails
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