Do you have an interest in local history? Have you ever noticed that the story of southwest Ohio is chock-full of stories about Quakers, and you are interested in learning more about their influence? Then you should check out the Quaker Scenic Byway!

The Quaker Scenic Byway is a 54 mile loop that takes you to 55 different historical sites in Clinton and Warren counties. Each site is significant not just to Quakers and to Quaker history, but also to the history of the surrounding community. Some significant sites include the Harveysburg Free Black School, the Pioneer Village, and a variety of historical Quaker meeting houses and cemeteries. Click this link for the map, and for more information: