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What to Do in Pike County
Antiques and Collectibles
7501 St. Rt. 220 W., Waverly
Open by Appointment or Chance
23 Southbound Flea Market
1439 US R. 23 South, Piketon
Indoor/Outdoor flea market; fully heated and air conditioned; home cooked meals, ATM, fresh produce, antiques, new and used items, NASCAR.
Located 5 miles south of Piketon.
Weekdays: (740) 493-1120 or (888) 399-7761; Weekends: (740) 289-4151 or (888) 417-7482
Arts & Culture
The Market Arts Center
211 N. Market St., Waverly
Run by the Pike Arts Guild, the Market Arts Center features many mediums of artwork - watercolor, oils, sculptures, woodworks, photography, just to name a few. Classes and open studios such as painting, knitting, songwriting, and poetry are offered at the center. Each month a new local artist is featured so be sure to visit the arts center often -there’s always something new and exciting to see and do!
Saturdays 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
View the Pike Arts Guild Newsletter.
A Pike County, Ohio Cottage Industry since 1983. Hand Crafted Log Reindeer.
Matthew and Luticia Minter
Prussia Valley Dulcimers
122 N. Market Street, Waverly
Mountain dulcimers, guitars, hammered dulcimers, mandolins, banjos; strings, straps, tuners and more.
Scioto Valley Strummers.
The Scioto Valley Strummers- a mountain dulcimer group- meet at 7 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of each month. They meet in the upstairs "jam" room of the Prussia Valley Dulcimers Acoustic Music Shop, located at the corner of Market Street and Emmitt Ave. ( Rt. 23) in Waverly. The Scioto Valley Strummers encourage new players to attend, including those who play the hammered dulcimer. For more information call 740-941-1271 or
Festivals, Fairs, Events
1st full weekend in October
The annual Beaver Oktoberfest is a fun filled festival celebrates the German heritage of this southern Ohio town. Brats and sauerkraut are just a sampling of the scrumptious offering from this ethnic festival with a fun filled family atmosphere. Attraction include an indoor craft show, antique and kiddie tractor pull, horseshoe pitching contests, 3 on 3 basketball, Queens' tea, live entertainment, home made food, and much more. The festivities are topped off with a large parade on the final day.
For more information contact Brett Bobst (740) 977-8071
Last full weekend in April
Event features exhibits highlighting old-fashioned arts and crafts, antique car show, bike show, cyclists Dogwood Tour, chain saw skill, fiddle and banjo contests, pie eating contest, horseshoe contests, band concerts, and lots of good old-fashioned food.
Hotels in the local area are Comfort Inn in Piketon (740) 289-3000 and AmeriStay in Waverly (740) 941-4678.
For more information contact: Vendors/concessions should contact Linda Nelson at 740-289-3251. For crafters, contact either Barbara Barker at 740-289-4170 or Ruth Smith at 740-289-2022.
President is Dennis Foreman, Coordinator is Mike Davis, Brandi Davis is Vice President, Secretary is Sarah Osborn, Treasurer is Linda Nelson.
Elm Grove Days
2nd weekend in June
The streets of Elm Grove come alive with a variety of exhibits and events. Quilts, arts and crafts, add a greased pig contest, kids’ games, a queen pageant, spinning and weaving demonstrations, daily fish fry, home-cooked meals, live music, and auctions are some of the most popular events. This event offers a relaxed family atmosphere for everyone.
Jingle Bell Luminary Weekend Event
Weekend before Thanksgiving
Lighted Canal Park, Large Craft Show, Art Exhibit,Wine tasting, Quilt Show, Open House and more.
(740) 947-9650 or (740) 708-1100
Maple Syrup Festival
Mapleberry Farms, 458 Mt. Tabor Road, Waverly
3rd weekend in March; 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Located on the Buckeye Trail, approx. 30 minutes south of Chillicothe,15 minutes northwest of Waverly and 30 minutes from S.R. 32.
Old Thyme Herb Fair
October (see our calendar for exact date)
In the Heart of Amish Country, this Harvest Celebration event is
held in neighboring Adams County near West Union, Ohio, and
offers fresh herbs, food, crafts, classes, live music, a pumpkin
cannon, antiques and antique tractors. Quality vendors are
Pike County Fair
Pike County Fair Grounds, Piketon
Last week of July/1st week of August
Come enjoy what Pike County has to offer! Every late July and early August, the people of Pike County get together to celebrate the year’s harvest. The county fair is a great place to experience the simpler side of life. With livestock exhibits, horticulture displays, a demolition derby, youth exhibits, a classic car show, live entertainment, harness racing, rides and games - there is something for everyone! The fair features all of the fun that you get in a fair plus more! And who can forget about the food? Whether it's a homemade pie or some freshly squeezed lemonade you crave, this fair will have it all!
1832 Wakefield Mound Road, Piketon
The Barnes Home was initially built in 1803. Both it and the Sargent Home to the north were positioned to overlook Pike County's most elaborate Indian earthworks. In front of the Barnes Home lay the Barnes Works, a complex arrangement of geometric mounds. In 1848 the Barnes and Sargent families hosted Abraham Lincoln, then a congressman, who came to view the ancient earthworks, as well as to network with supporters. The last passenger pigeon ever seen in the wild waas shot near the house on March 22, 1900.
Check out pictures of the home on Flickr.
Beaver Valley Historical Socitey
Post Office Box 105, Beaver, Ohio 45613
Chenoweth Family Cemetery
US Rt. 23, Waverly
This is the final resting place for some of Pike County's early settlers.
Junction of Pike Lake Road and Morgan's Fork Road
This inn was the first stone inn built in Ohio to support overland travel and was built along the Zane Trace trail around 1797. Serving as an inn until 1870, it was one of two stone inns build at 20-mile intervals on the segment of the trail between Chillicothe and Maysville, KY.
Earthworks of Southern Ohio
Various earthworks in the area.
There are a number of earthworks in this part of Ohio, including Piketon Mound. For more information, including maps, for sites such as Piketon Mound, Serpent Mound, and others, please visit
Ohio History Tours
The Emmitt House
123 N. Market Street, Waverly
James Emmit's crowning achievement still stands today as a centerpiece of the town he was so influencial in building. Created in 1861, it was one of the finest hotels of its time.
Friendly Grove, Home of Robert Lucas
Zahns Corner Road, Piketon
A prominent local figure, Lucas became an Ohio Senator, Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives, presided over the 1832 Democratic National Convention, and ultimately was chosen as Governor of Ohio on two separate occasions.
This historic church building has never closed since being built in the 1800s.
Mound Cemetery Road, Piketon
Evidences of Indian inhabitants of the area can be seen at this location.
The Ohio-Erie Canal
Along State Route 104
This well-known mode of transportation had an immediate and lasting impact on Pike County, Waverly in particular. Lasting for 70 years before being replaced by other forms of transportation, the canal's remnants are still visible at Waverly's Canal park and areas alongside Ohio 104 between Waverly and Jasper. A bell from one of the first boats to travel into Waverly - the "Governor Worthington" - is on display at the Pike Heritage Museum.
Pike County Courthouse
East Second Street, Waverly
Efforts by James Emmitt and other Waverly businessmen to move the county seat from Piketon to Waverly paid dividends in the election of 1861. Following a disputed election, the courthouse was moved to Waverly's Second Street where it housed county government offices until the recent opening of the Pike County Government Center.
First Pike County Courthouse
113 N. Market Street, Piketon
Built in 1844, this building served as the hub of county government until the 1860s. In 1861, Piketon lost a bitter political struggle against James Emmitt and others that ultimately led to the courthouse being moved to Waverly.
Pike County Genealogy & Historical Society, A member of OGS
P.O. Box 224, Waverly
Pike Heritage Museum
110 S. Market Street, Waverly
Learn about Pike County's past and see relics from different eras at this museum housed in the former German Evangelical & Reformed Church, build in 1859.
The museum is open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, while tours at other times can be arranged by calling.
Scioto Valley Railroad House
339 Robin Road in Waverly near Bristol Village
The Scioto Valley Railroad Round House is enjoyed by adults and children alike. All shapes and sizes of model trains run throughout the house and outside in warm weather. Visitors can watch the trains zoom by and view various train paraphernalia from a various location across the United States.
Railroad house is open from 1-3 pm on Monday only but will open for group or tours.
Ohio Candle Factory, Piketon
This marker represents part of Pike County's Underground Railroad heritage and will complete the Ohio River to Lake Erie Progect begun in 2003.
Unknown Civil War Soldier's Grave
Pike Lake State Park, Bainbridge
A solitary headstone, at the base of a large oak tree below the dam, is a reminder of a life surrendered in Pike County during the Civil War. Wounded and unconscious when he was found, the Union soldier never revived to reveal his name, unit or hometown.
Bicycle Tour of Pike County
Bicycle enthusiasts can enjoy this approximately 50 mile bicycle tour of Pike County, Ohio. The ride starts in the middle of Waverly at Canal Park and heads out into the country for a pleasurable ride along the Scioto River Valley. The course comes back into the North side of Waverly and crosses U.S. route 23 to head out into a beautiful creek valley that gradually rises into the hills. The terrain difficulty is rated at 3 and is an ideal training ride to prepare for the T.O.S.R.V. This tour is similar to the annual Dogwood Festival Bicycle tour that is held each year during the last full weekend of April. Interested? Here are the Bicycle Tour Directions.
Big Beaver Creek Golf Club
1762 Zahns Corner Road, Piketon
Recently named one of the top 100 "Must Play Courses of Ohio" by Golf Styles Ohio Magazine, Big Beaver Creek Golf Club features bent grass tees, greens, fairways, and offers four sets of tees from which to choose. Over< 7000 yards of greenery lie in front of golfers challenging their skills from the back tees. Golfers can also look forward to taking on the course's historic signature 14th hole. Call ahead for information or to reserve tee times.
Located 23 miles north of Portsmouth, 22 miles south of Chillicothe, 60 miles south of Columbus, follow signs east of Piketon on St.32 or signs on US Rt. 23 in Piketon.
(740) 289-3643; (800) 554-6534
Brush Creek State Forest
Originally part of Shawnee State Forest, this forest was established in 1928 with the acquisition of 285 acres. Today, it covers 12,749 acres in Pike, Scioto, and Adams Counties with 12 miles of bridle trails and 3 miles of hiking trails.
It is open to visitors between the hours of 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. daily, though legal campers, hunters, and anglers may be present during other hours.
For nearly 1444 miles, the Buckeye Trail winds around Ohio, reaching into every corner of the state, including Pike County. From a beachhead on Lake Erie near Cleveland, to an hilltop overlooking the Ohio River in Cincinnati, a hiker can experience a little of all that Ohio has to offer.
Cave Lake Center for Community Leadership
1132 Bell Hollow Road, Latham
Cave Lake is owned and operated by the Ohio-West Virginia YMCA. During the months of April through October it is available for long term camping (one month minimum). There are also two large pavillions for group reunions etc. 700 acres of beautiful forests and a 42-acre lake make this a great location for your summer camping experience.
Flying W Farms
P.O. Box 845, Piketon
We are 2000 acres in the beautiful hills of southeastern Ohio. Here we breed and raise some of the finest sporthorses to be found anywhere in the world!!! We also breed and offer for sale American Mastiffs, the Gentle Giants!
(740) 493-2401 Fax: (740) 493-0072
2483 Greenbriar Road, Bainbridge
Access from S.R.124, & 32, U.S. Rt.50, call for exact directions to this western part of Pike County, adjacent to Pike Lake State Park.
33 acres, surrounded by 12,000 acres of free, public hunting. 60 campsites with electric, water, sewer. Rates by day, week, month, or year.
LB Camping has served hunters since 1972. We have some of the best whitetail deer, turkey and small game in southern Ohio. During The 2013 youth hunt, a 7 year old shot a 26.5 lb. tom turkey.
We do not guide, but are happy to point out areas that have been successful hunts.
All lots have full hook up, and some have water all year.
We specialize in yearly camping, but are happy to have your business nightly, weekly or monthly.
Bring your camper to LB Camping and hunt 12,000 acres, public hunting, Free.
For more information, call 740-493-3713 or email.
Lake White State Park
2767 State Route 551, Waverly
Lake White offers boating, swimming, fishing, and picnicking.
(740) 493-2212 (Pike Lake park office); for more information contact: Pike Lake State Park
1847 Pike Lake Road, Bainbridge, OH 45612
Long's Retreat Family Resort
50 Bell Hollow Road, Latham
Long’s Retreat has camping for trailers and tents, cabin rentals, water recreation includes water showers, slides and tubes, beach with life guard, canoeing, paddleboats, and fishing. Have fun with miniature golf, race cars and go-carts, volleyball, basketball, softball, tennis courts, moon bounce, and indoor video arcade if it rains. A camp store, laundry, two snack bars, restrooms, propane, picnic grounds and a shelter house round out the fun that only ends when you sleep! Vacation packages available, youth groups welcome!
McGolf Custom Clubs and Driving Range
188 Kent Lane, Waverly
Heated bays, club repairs, computerized fittings. 2006 and 2007 Clubmaker of the Year.
Open Year Round.
458 Mt. Tabor Road, Waverly
Mapleberry Farms is nestled in the hills of rural southern Ohio. The sugaring operation began in 1986 as a winter hobby and has now expanded into a full time family business. Mapleberry Farm shares with others not only the sweet taste of pure maple sugar but also the owners' love of the country life. Visitors, tour groups and aspiring sugar makers are welcome to visit the sugarhouse during maple sugar season. The gift shop on the grounds is open in November and December each season for Holiday shopping. Join us for the annual Maple Syrup Open House the third weekend of March 10 to 4 pm. Open April through November by chance or call ahead!
Located on the Buckeye Trail, approx. 30 minutes south of Chillicothe,15 minutes northwest of Waverly and 30 minutes from S.R. 32. Call for directions from your location.
Ohio's Most Perfect Tree
St. Rt. 335 South, Stockdale
Ohio's Most Perfect Tree, a hard maple, is estimated to be a little over 200 years old. The tree can be viewed from a drive off alongside of St. Rt. 335 South just 3 miles off of St. Rt. 32 in Pike County. Though no written documentation is available, all residents in the area and local historians attest to its authenticity. The former owner of the property recalled the information being a part of the curriculum in his school books in the 1920's. The property was recently donated as a nature conservancy by the famlilies' living heirs in order to preserve the tree and its surroundings.
On scenic St. Rt.335, just 3 -1/2 miles South of where St.Rt.335 intersects with St. Rt.32 in Pike County.
For information, call the Pike County CVB (740) 947-9650.
Pike County YMCA
400 Pride Drive, Waverly
Numerous youth leagues, six-lane heated pool, gymnasium, fitness center, outdoor playground area, soccer fields, aerobics/dance studio, handball/raquetball court, tennis courts, outdoor basketball courts, and more.
Pike Lake Forest and State Park
1847 Pike Lake Road, Bainbridge
Covering 11,961 acres in Pike and Highland Counties, this forest is home to Pike Lake State Park, It provides 33 miles of bridle trails and 15 miles of all-purpose vehicle trails for those who want to get into the heart of the forest. Pike Lake State Park offers, camping, cottages, fishing and hunting, swimming, boating, picnicking, and hiking.
Located in the far western section of Pike County
(740) 493-2212 Park Office; (866) 644-6727 Camping & Cottage Reservations
Scioto Trail State Forest
Reaching into Pike County from neighboring Ross County, this forest covers nearly 9,400 acres and offers some of the most breathtaking scenery imaginable during the fall and winter. For the outdoor adventurer, the forest offers 26 miles of combined bridle and mountain bike trails, as well as a one-mile hiking trail. The forest is also home to Scioto Trail State Park.
Sunfish Valley Outfitters
4769 SR 124
Located in scenic Southern Ohio, we have over 15,000 acres of prime hunting land throughout Pike, Adams, Highland, Scioto and Ross Counties. With several areas planted with food plots, we attract some of the largest trophies in the country. We offer guided hunts for trophy deer.
(740) 941-0273; (740) 222-8906
501 Hay Hollow Rd., Waverly
Our guided trail rides provide a chance for riders to get out into the wilderness areas to view the rolling hills of Southern Ohio, former lands of the Erie and Shawnee Indians. Horse rental and guide by appointment only.
In the far northeastern part of Pike County, 6 miles from S.R.35 between Chillicothe and Jackson, Ohio. Owned and operated by Deputy Roy McNutt, 1999 President of the Buckeye State Mounted Deputies.
Waters Edge Canoe Livery on Paint Creek
"Float for Fun"
Canoe and Kayak rental, shuttle service, primitive camping, private parties, shelter rental.
10807 St. Rt. 772, Chillicothe
Mailing address: 1313 Turner Rd., Chillicothe, OH 45601
Phone: (740) 779-3339, Fax: (740) 774-2424
NEW Attraction to Pike County-2013
FUN IN THE SUN Through Labor Day Weekend!
Opening Memorial Day Weekend at Lake White – Friday, Saturday and Sunday-opportunities to rent kayaks, canoes, paddle boats and the Banana Boat. Flyer
Contact us at 740-779-3339 or 740-701-6432 or call the Pike County Visitors Bureau at 740-947-9650 or 740-708-1100 (Sharon)
Waverly Golf Club
973 Golf Course Road, Waverly
18 hole course with clubhouse facilities.
Located northwest and within 15 minutes of Waverly; call for exact directions.
Wayne National Forest
This forest covers 230,000 acres in southeastern Ohio, extending all the way over to Marietta and down to Ironton. Hikers are welcome to use the forest trails year round, but the trails are closed to horses, mountain bikes, and off-road vehicles from mid-December through mid-April each year. A permit system (with varying fees) is also in place for these uses requiring all trail users (with the exception of hikers) to buy a daily, three-day, or annual trail permit.
Whitetails Only Outfitting, LLC.
P.O. Box 553, Piketon
Contact: Jerry Cahill-740-222-9255
The Bristol Nook
Bristol Village, Waverly
The Nook features all hand made items from jewelry and note cards to books, art work and much more. All items are made by the residents of the Bristol Village Center.
Country Crust Bakery
4918 St. Rt. 41 South, Bainbridge
Baked Fresh on the Farm! Offering breads, rolls, noodles, brownies, pies, cakes, donuts, pumpkin rolls, cookies, cinnamon rolls, fry pies, apple fritters, bread pretzels, pretzel sandwiches, and pizza.
Just a few miles south of US Rt. 50.
Daily 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., closed Sundays.
4417 St. Rt. 41 S, Bainbridge, Ohio, Pike County
Indoor & outdoor furniture, crafts, seasonal items. Enjoy the Dutch Kitchen-Home cooking. Breakfast 7 am - 10:30 am; Lunch 11 am - 2 pm
See Menu (subject to change without notice).
Store Hours: Monday thru Sat. 8am-5pm, closed Sunday.
From Me Heart to You
400 East Second St., Waverly
Handmade Beaded Jewelry.
227 W. Emmitt Ave, Waverly
World Class Custom Tattooing
Heritage General Store
2425 Pin Hook Rd., Hillsboro
Vintage Dolls, Postcards, Ceramics, Pottery, Glass, Books, Textiles and other Collectibles.
Hand Made Soaps, Inspirational Gifts, Candy, Cold Drinks, Toiletries, Convenience Items.
Hardware, Electrical Supplies, Plumbing, RV Supplies, Fishing Accessories...and lots more!
Inside Out Home Decor
118 East Second St., Waverly
Providing new, used and antique furniture and accessories for your home. Hours: Tues.-Fri. 10:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. featuring quilted bags and things by Gabby's Grace.
215 North Market, Waverly; (740) 947-7054
Family owned and operated, Jessica’s offers fine floral arrangements and an extensive gift line including gift gourmet and fruit baskets, greeting cards, candles, dried and silk floral arrangements, tropicals and plants.
104 East Fourth Street, Waverly
Since 1980, Katy's Kandies has been the ultimate gift choice by many.
These delectable mouthwatering chocolates are hand-dipped and made only with the finest natural ingredients. Individually gift wrapped with much attention to detail, Katy's Kandies chocolates make a wonderful gift for any occasion. All orders are shipped within 48 hours and are guaranteed to customer satisfaction.
JR's General Store
4715 St. Rt. 41 South, Bainbridge
Pike County's Best Kept Secret! Offering fresh produce year round, deli meats and cheeses, handmade candies, handmade indoor and outdoor furniture, gazebos, carports, storage sheds, large selection of bulk foods.
Just a few miles south of US Rt. 50.
Open Year Round - Daily 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed Sundays.
Ohio Candle Company & Gift Shop
7040 U S Rt. 23, Piketon
The Ohio Candle Company and Gift Shop, offers over 12,000 sq. ft. in a beautifully decorated gift shop, locally handcrafted furniture, and features 80 different fragrances in ready made iced candles along with collectibles, Amish food stuffs, handmade quilts and so much more. They also offer wholesale prices to retail businesses.
Take U S Rt. 23 S to Piketon; located on the left in Piketon Village.
Prussia Valley Dulcimer Music Shop
122 North Market Street, Waverly
Acoustic music shop stocking a variety of instruments, accessories, books and recordings, including Prussia Valley Dulcimers, Tacoma Guitars, Masterworks Hammered Dulcimers, Mid-Missouri Mandolins and other acoustic instruments. Prussia Valley Dulcimers are hand-crafted, custom-made of solid wood by well-known luthier, Gary Sager.
Russell's Bargain Barn
347 Morganfork Road (near Pike Lake off SR 124, past Idaho)
New and used furniture, antiques, household items, artifacts, knives, kitchenware and misc.
Closed Sun., Mon., Tues.; Wed.-Sat. 12:00 - ?
The Hello Shop
300 North East Street, Waverly
Offering a wide selection of flowers and gifts, featuring fresh, high-quality flowers and beautiful, unique gifts and gift baskets for special occasions.
Wallpaper and More
723 West Street, Piketon
Wallpaper, borders, primitive decor, gift items, seasonal decor, and much more!
Waverly Floral & Gifts
314 East Second Street, Waverly
Gifts and floral arrangements both live and silk. FTD Florist.
Traveling south to Waverly on US Rt.23, turn left at East Street, turn left at next street (Second Street), go to next corner, florist is on the right.
Waverly Hobby Shop
101 South High Street, Waverly
Complete range of model making kits and accessories, including gas and electric model planes, trains, trucks, boats, plus Pro Art supplies.
Way's Farm Market
April-May – 403 E. Emmitt Avenue, Waverly, M-F noon. – 5:00 p.m., Sat 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
June – September – 403 E. Emmitt Avenue, Waverly, M-F 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Sat 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Mid-September – October 31 – Pick-your-own Pumpkin Patch, 13 Denver Road (Farm), Waverly, 4:00 p.m. to dark
Black Friday – mid-December – Pre-cut Christmas Trees, 403 E. Emmitt Avenue, Waverly, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Chillicothe Farmer's Market-Sat. 8am-noon (May - Oct), Ross County Service Center, 475 Western Ave., Chillicothe, Ohio
Portsmouth Farmer’s Market, Roy Rogers Esplanade – Sat 9:00 a.m. – noon (June – October)
Contact Cameron Way at 740-222-0179, http://www.way-farms.com/, or email at email@example.com
Forms of payment: Cash, Credit/Debit, WIC Farmer's Market Coupons, WIC FMNP Coupons, Senior Farmer's Market Coupons.
What you can expect: Each week from June until November there will be a variety of fresh in-season fruits and vegetables from the harvest.
Wrist Wraps & Whimsicals
215C North Street, Waverly
Custom and school spirit jewelry, clothing and accessories, bows, socks, spandex and luggage in bright and crazy patterns, attitude shirts, dance and sports wear as well as wrist wraps and many other whimsical items.
Dog Friendly Areas
Parks and Campgrounds
This City of Waverly Park offers doggie clean up bags for dog walkers near the fitness trail area. The spacious park features many open areas and views of the beautiful countryside.
Knotty Pine Cabins
398 Pike Lake Road, Bainbridge
Located less than a mile from Pike Lake State Park. The Retreat Lodge sleeps six adults. Two smaller cabins are also available. A camper lot may be rented separately. Groups may also "Rent the Retreat". Pets need to be on a leash and also will need to be in kennel when left alone in cabins.
Lake White State Park
2767 S.R. 551
Dogs permitted in park on leash. Please- no dogs on beach.
Long's Retreat Family Resort
50 Bell Hollow Road, Latham
Dogs must be on a leash but no dogs inside the cabins. You can use your own kennel/cage for the dog outside. Call to make any other arrangements.
Pike Lake State Park
1847 Pike Lake Road
Dogs permitted in park on leash. Please- no dogs on beach. 2 Preferred rental cottages and 2 Basic rental cottages are open to dogs.
Pine Ridge Retreat
4725 Greenbriar Road, Bainbridge
(740) 493-4400 or (937) 205-7877
Backwoods lodging with modern comforts adjoining Pike State Forest and Pike Lake State Park. Only minutes from Seven Caves Nature preserve, Magic Waters Amphitheatre, and many other attractions including the Mennonite store, JR’s General Store, the Country Bakery, and Crafts Unlimited Dutch Kitchen. There are approximately 12,000 acres of state forest to explore with bird watching, photo opportunities galore, collecting berries and searching for the Morel mushrooms in spring. Flowering redbud and dogwood trees offer spectacular displays of color while giving shade to the wildflowers that blanket the forest floor. Cabins have gas fireplaces for use on chilly nights and mornings. $135/night for 8 people. Over 8-10 is $10 additional per person.
Boarding and Grooming
BowWow Boutique- Grooming and Photography
623 Brookside Drive
Have your picture taken with your dog to remember your visit Pike County!
Camp Creek Farm- Boarding
5362 Rt. 772
Diane's Doggie Doos- Boarding and Grooming
1677 Big Run Road
Pearl's TLC Boarding Kennel- Boarding and Grooming
4455 Red Hollow Road