This 1,348-foot-long and three-foot-high prehistoric effigy mound along Ohio Brush Creek in Adams County continues to marvel locals and visitors alike. It is one of the most impressive earthworks in North America, constructed in the shape of a snake. It was built around 1000 A.D. by the Fort Ancient culture and likely used as a place of ceremony.
Ghost ship in a creek near Cincinnati off the Ohio river. The Circle Line V was launched on April 12, 1902 as the Celt and had a long and interesting history before being grounded in the creek off of its final owner's property in 1986. It rots there to this day.
The Queen City is a glittering hub of culture and commerce along the Ohio River in the state’s southwest corner. Its crown jewels include pro sports, a stunning museum center and a unique flair for food. Trip guide: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/ohio/cincinnati/cincinnati-trip-guide/