In 2000, the crypt of General Elisha G. Marshall was vandalized, and his body parts were scattered around the cemetery grounds.
Hogback Ridge is a 629 acre park located in Madison Ohio, it is bordered by the Grand River and Mill Creek. The park is named Hogback Ridge because it is on a high narrow ridge of land bordered on two sides by steep valleys making the ridge resemble the spine of a hog. The park boasts a 1,300-foot wheelchair accessible boardwalk and overlook deck that offers scenic views year round. Theres are also miles of gravel and natural trails in this massive park that lead to all kinds different views and terrains so you can explore a new part of the park you have never experienced every time you come here.
This massive rocking chair is located about a mile off interstate 90 on rt.45 in rural Austinburg, Ohio. This chair is down the road from multiple hotels, major gas stations, and fast food joints making it a fun little detour if you happen to find yourself on I-90 passing Austinburg on your next road trip. Nothing like stretching your legs after hours of driving by climbing up a giant rocking chair (don’t worry it doesn’t actually rock).
If you ever find yourself around Rochester, New York, and are looking for the perfect day trip any time of the year, you can be sure to find that at the beautiful Warner Castle Sunken Gardens.
Barn Yard Pickers, Geneva Ohio
This unique vintage, farmhouse decor shop in Geneva Ohio is a must-see for anyone interested in rustic decor. The name speaks for itself they literally go into old barns and farmhouses to pick out this stuff. They then clean/fix the item to sell or just leave it as is to sell in all its rustic glory. They always have the most unique things so you’ll never know what you will find when you walk in the door.
” Where you’re treated like family ” is the motto at Virant’s Family Winery and they truly treat you that way. Originally making wines for friends and family the Virant’s wanted to open a winery to the public while still keeping the same friendly relaxed atmosphere. Members of the Virant family still run the winery to this day. Anyone else that works there is a resident of the close-knit community of Harpersfield, not to mention it is the place the whole neighborhood likes to hang out on Friday nights to gather for steak dinners. Come join the fun! As soon as you walk in the door you can feel the sense of community, the place kind of feels like home. Photos of neighborhood kid’s baseball teams and old family photos decorate the walls.
The Red Eagle Distillery In Geneva Ohio was opened in 2012 as one of the first legal distilleries in the state of Ohio since prohibition. The distillery is housed in a historic barn that was built in the late 1880s. Used for farming, the barn was also rumored to once have been used to distill spirits during prohibition and beyond. The distillery is located in the heart of the Grand River Valley wine region nestled right next to their sister business South River Winery, that features an 80-acre vineyard.