Quality Inn Washington Court House
10160 Carr Road NW
Jeffersonville, OH 43128
Phone: (740) 426-6400
Fax: (740) 426-6500
The Cedarville Community Library collection includes more than 35,000 items. Computers, copy machines, and wireless Internet access is also available.
This 368-acre grain farm is stocked with large ringneck pheasants with hunting permitted from September through April. Dining on pheasant cuisine is also available year-round.
Cedarville University is a highly reputed educational institute and almost 3300 graduate from here annually. It focuses on overall development of its students and ensures that they are involved in extra-curricular activities like sports and music too. For detailed information, check its website.
The famed First United Methodist Church is a monumental congregation of the distinguished United Methodist Church. It is situated in downtown London, Ohio in United States. The structure was built in 1894 and with its oozing historic significance, it has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. It is a massive model of the Gothic Revival and the Jacobean Revival style of architecture. Encompassing a land area of less than an acre, the church works continually to help the individuals in the various areas in life and spirituality.
Since 1961, Skydive Green County has been offering professional skydiving excursions for all levels of experience.
Adjacent to Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, near the Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama, Clifton Mill, Buck Creek State Park, Caesar Creek State Park and the Air Force Museum, John Bryan State Park contains a limestone gorge cut by the Little Miami River, a designated state and national scenic river. A day-use lodge, 60 electric and non-electric campsites, 13 trails, a rock climbing and rappelling area, and more can be found at John Bryan State Park. Visitors often enjoy such activities as camping, hunting, fishing, mountain biking, boating, and picnicking.
Part of the Green County Public Library System, this community library offers services including reference and Information, programs, interlibrary loan, outreach services, genealogy and local history.
Built in 1918, the courthouse is an outstanding example of the Second Renaissance Revival, complete with detailed ornamental plasterwork and a large mural dome. The interior of the dome has been reworked to its 1918 luster as part of a lengthy plan by the commissioners to restore the courthouse.
A guided walking tour of downtown Wilminton's historic district is available for those who appreciate the architecture of days gone by. Designated as an Historic District on the National Register.
The Orators Mound is an archaeological site, which was first excavated between 1953 and 1954. It was found that the mound was a burial place as some skeletons were found there. A lot of research later, it was concluded that the artifacts retrieved from the mounds were that of the Hopewellian people. This mound remains archaeologically important and has been put up in the National Register of Historic Places.
This 26-acre park plays host to many activities for children of all ages and features a unique handicapped-accessible playground. The park consists of two soccer fields, restroom and concession facilities and one baseball diamond which can be used for either baseball or softball.
This beautiful park features ball diamonds, tennis courts, and ponds for the enjoyment of thousands of visitors annually.