9 Ancient Earthworks In Ohio You Won’t Find Anywhere Else In The World

Few people realize just how many prehistoric remnants still exist here in the Buckeye State. Ohio is rich with evidence of the ancient American Indian legacy. While many of the earthworks left behind have taught us a lot about these ancient cultures, some of the earthworks remain a mystery. Why they were built and what purpose they served is fascinating to consider.

If you know an Ohio history buff or outdoor enthusiast, the following are 9 earthworks in Ohio that would make excellent day trip destinations.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Have you ever explored any of these ancient earthworks before? If so, we want to know what your experience was like!

For more unique things to see and do in Ohio, check out our previous article: 14 Awesome Things You Can Do In Ohio And Nowhere Else In The Whole Wide World.

Address: Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, 16062 OH-104, Chillicothe, OH 45601, USA
Address: Serpent Mound Historical Site, 3850 OH-73, Peebles, OH 45660, USA
Address: Fort Ancient State Memorial, 6123 OH-350, Oregonia, OH 45054, USA
Address: Indian Mound Reserve, 3491 US-42, Cedarville, OH 45314, USA
Address: Newark Earthworks, 455 Hebron Rd, Heath, OH 43056, USA
Address: Ancient Earthworks, 333 5th St, Marietta, OH 45750, USA
Address: Flint Ridge State Memorial, 7091 Brownsville Rd, Glenford, OH 43739, USA
Address: Miamisburg Mound Park, 900 Mound Rd, Miamisburg, OH 45342, USA
Address: Fort Hill Earthworks & Nature Preserve, 13614 Fort Hill Rd, Hillsboro, OH 45133, USA