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!
If there's one thing Preble County knows (other than covered bridges), it's agriculture. Preble Roots is a new movement aimed at providing a simple identification for food items (and other items) grown or produced in Preble County. It's just getting started, and local food producers can take advantage of this opportunity to be included in a new directory that'll highlight what Preble County has to offer! Producers of food, fiber and arts (i.e. quilts, soaps, pastas, yarn, etc.) can get information below on the Preble Roots movement!
Catch one of Preble County's biggest annual tractor pull events. Friday’s pull is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., with gates opening at 4 p.m. Saturday’s activities will begin at 9 a.m. with Dirt Flat Drags and pulling is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.
This ride will take place in Preble County visiting up to 5 of Preble County's 8 Covered Bridges. There are three different routes , which are either 26.5, 40.5, or 56.5 mile rides. These rides will take you on a scenic tour of Preble County. The Buckeye Bridge Ride is a full SAG with up to 4 stops if you are on the longest ride.
Now a much-anticipated annual event, the Boom N Blast Festival starts at 3 p.m. at the Preble County Medical Center with food, carnival rides and games, music, and more. Fireworks follow at Seven Mile Park. Bring your own chair (or truck bed) for one of the best fireworks shows of the year. It'll be a blast (pun intended)!
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