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Where to stay in Preble County...

Other things to do while you're here...

if you're the indoors-type:

if you're the outdoors-type:

Fairfield Inn

9797 US 40

New Paris, OH 45347

(937) 437-8009

Golden Inn

8868 US 40 West

New Paris, OH 45347

(937) 437-0722

Hueston Woods Lodge

5201 Lodge Rd.

College Corner, OH 45003

(513) 523-1522

Archway Campground

9388 Old National Rd.

New Paris, OH 45347

(937) 533-4663

Arrowhead Campground

1361 Thomas Rd.

New Paris, OH 45347

(937) 996-6203

Cross's Campground

7777 US 127

Camden, OH 45311

(937) 452-1535

Hannon's Camp America

8501 Camden College Corner Rd.

College Corner, OH 45003

(513) 798-2794

Hueston Woods

6301 Park Office Rd.

College Corner, OH 45003

(513) 523-6347

Natural Springs Resort

500 S. Washington St.

New Paris, OH 45347

(888) 330-5771

Preble County Historical Society

Check out more than 11 acres of museum grounds which include a 19th century farmstead, an 1813 log house, an exhibit hall, an 1855 smokehouse, and over six miles of hiking trails.

7693 Swartsel Rd.

Eaton, OH 45320

(937) 787-4256

Preble County Room genealogy

Visit the collection of thousands of local maps, census records, family histories, military histories, and more at the Preble County District Library's genealogy department.

450 S. Barron St.

Eaton, OH 45320

(937) 456-4970

Fort St. Clair Park

Fort St. Clair was a fort built during the Northwest Indian War. Now operated by the City of Eaton, the 77 acre site features a playground area, picnic tables, a cabin, an outdoor fireplace with grill, large wooded areas, a gazebo, and more. The Fort also now houses Miss Preble, a WWII Sherman tank.

135 Camden Rd.

Eaton, OH 45320

Preble County's Covered Bridges

Eight historic and well-maintained covered bridges dot the Preble County landscape. You can also see the oldest standing double-barrel covered bridge in the country: Roberts Bridge in Eaton.

P.O. Box 604

Eaton, Ohio 45320




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