Preble County has you covered!

Eight historical covered bridges highlight your trip to Preble County, Ohio, an area rich in agricultural heritage with picturesque prairies, rolling hills, and wetlands. Enjoy beautiful sunrises and sunsets past this scenery to bookend your days. Family fun and adventure is plentiful with festivals and events for many occasions, as well as parks, camping, hunting, and fishing.


Located in southwest Ohio along Interstate 70 with easy access to Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis, big city attractions aren't far away, either. With so much to do in and around Preble County, there's something for everyone!


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Upcoming events...

Cruise-In/Lawnmower Races


August 29

The Village of Verona is again hosting the popular Lawnmower Races on Aug. 29. From noon to 4 p.m., enjoy the classic car cruise-in to celebrate the opening of Katz Carryout Pizza.

Registration for the Lawnmower Races will be from noon to 1 p.m., and the races will begin at 3 p.m.

Eatonic Music Festival

Preble County Fairgrounds

September 4-6

Rock, Blues, and Bluegrass!

Take in three days of music at the Preble County Fairgrounds this autumn for the inaugural Eatonic Music Festival. Each day will host a slew of musical acts from a themed genre. Friday is blues; Saturday is rock; and Sunday is bluegrass!


Legendary blues guitarist Buddy Guy will headline the event on Friday at 9:30 p.m. Make sure you enjoy all the fun with a three-day pass, on sale now! Camping will be available.

And So They Build

Garber Nature Center

September 5, 1-3 p.m.

Not only is it interesting to learn how animals build their homes, think what if you lived in the woods. What could you find to build your own shelter? Bring your family and a pair of gloves. We will gather limbs and twigs to construct our own hide-a-ways in the Garber Forest. (Appropriate for elementary aged children accompanied by an adult)

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