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Civil War Traveling Display is coming!!

The tentative plan is for this display to be shown in Waverly in January and February of 2015. Watch this website for more details as they become available.

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Visit Pike County, Ohio

The Ohio-Erie Canal, the Civil War, the Great Depression, and the Atomic Age have all left marks on Pike County. A scenic afternoon drive can take visitors past historic sites ranging from the Governor Lucas Mansion, to the 1797 Eager Inn, to Ohio's "Most Perfect Tree". In season recreational activities include hiking, boating and swimming at Lake White and Pike Lake State Parks, golfing on championship courses, and great hunting and fishing areas.

Bicentennial Book – 200 years – Pike County

The newly formed Bicentennial Planning Committee will be publishing a book commemorating 200 years of history, events and stories of the people of Pike County which will be available for sale in 2015. There will be a historical accounting of events that led up to 2015, but a large portion of the book will be about the people of Pike County and how our ancestors and present day families contributed and helped shape the history of Pike County for the last 200 years. If you have old letters, documents, pictures and/or personal history you would like to have considered for inclusion in this publication, please bring your non-returnable materials to the Pike County Convention and Visitors Bureau at 126 West Second Street, Waverly (across from Boyer’s Funeral Home) between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. For additional information please call the Bureau at 740-947-9650.