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Welsh Scenic Byway

In the early 1800s, thousands of Welsh people settled in Gallia and Jackson counties. They brought with them their religion, architecture and traditions. The Welsh Scenic Byway allows folks to visit churches, museums, educational and cultural centers while discovering the natural beauty of Southeastern Ohio today!

Canaday Park

Shelter house with 4 long picnic style tables and 2 square picnic style tables Shelter has electric hook up, water by spigot Grill Provided, Parking on pavement – 2 handicapped and 3 regular spaces Grass area has 4 Benches, 1 swing for adults, 3 square picnic style tables Playground equipment – children swings, slides etc., Port-a-John

Gallipolis City Park

300 Block, Second Avenue, Gallipolis, Ohio 45631 The Gallipolis City Park is the site of the first settlement in Gallia County. Today it is host to many community events including the River Recreation Festival, Gallia County BBQ Festival and the Christmas Lights Display, Gallipolis in Lights. There are three Ohio Historical Site Markers placed around the …

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Gallipolis Dogwood Trail

The Gallipolis Dogwood Trail was designed to showcase our community during the full bloom season of our many beautiful Dogwood Trees in our historic downtown. The brochure features four different driving trails with detailed instructions that will provide visitors the opportunity to view all areas of our city.

Fall Foliage

Take a relaxing Fall Foliage drive along scenic country roads nestled in the foothills of Southeastern Ohio. This colorful driving tour takes you through the small towns and rolling countryside of Gallia County. On your way, discover the County’s unique history and culture while traveling the back roads and byways.

Self-Guided Walking Tour

The Self-Guided Walking Tour provides visitors the opportunity to explore the downtown area, at their own leisurely pace, featuring historic homes, buildings, museums and the City Park. Complete with a detailed map, the brochure identifies the location and a brief history of each venue.

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