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Gallipolis, Ohio

  • Pine Street Cemetery

    This cemetery was established around 1790. The most interesting monuments are those marking the graves of the orginal French 500 settlers and Congressman Samuel Vinton. Some of the early gravestones r...
    Pine Street Cemetery
  • Mound Hill Cemetery

    This cemetery dates back from 1880 and overlooks the Ohio River and Gallipolis. At least two of the founding French 500 are buried there. The plaque on the gates to the Cemetery lists the names of 30 ...
    Mound Hill Cemetery

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Cora Mill

Orginally built in 1835, Cora Mill is the last of 13

Gallipolis, OH Pioneer History

Northup Dam

The Northup Dam features a tranquil waterfall, the result of an old milldam on Raccoon Creek. The 1937 flood washed away the mill. This was a man-made dam, once owned by the Harrington'

Gallipolis, OH Natural Attractions



Silver Bridge Memorial

The Silver Bridge was built in 1928 as a toll bridge by the Gallia Bridge Company. On December 15, 1967, it collapsed killing 46 people. Two bodies, a woman and a child, were never recovered. Their names are engraved on the top beam of the new bridge.

Gallipolis, OH Historic Bridges

Things to do near Gallipolis, OH

Baker's - Zanesville

This southeastern Ohio lodging landmark is conveniently located 8 miles east of Zanesville off Interstate 70 at Norwich Exit ...

Burr Oak State Park

Burr Oak State Park is located in Morgan & Perry counties, 17 mi. north of Athens. Quiet Burr Oak blends rustic charm, wilder...

Lake White State Park

Lake White State Park is located in Pike County, 30 miles north of Portsmouth. This picturesque lake nestled in the rugged hi...

Lilyfest 2007

The annual Lilyfest features over 60 artists with their work, featuring nature-oriented materials, will be on display. Th...

Kiedaisch Point Park

Kiedaisch Point Park provides a grand view of The Ohio River. with nearly seven miles of the river unfolding below its point,...