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18th Century Nature

Kyle Pope
2-5 p.m. , Saturday March 23 | Free.

Visit this open house style program at the 1795 log cabin and contemplate the state of the forest in the 1790s Ohio Valley. Learn about the plants and the animals that the first European settlers encountered Shawnee Lookout at the Historic Log Cabin (Free)



Where: Shawnee Lookout
Phone: 513-521-7275
Address: 2008 Lawrenceburg Road
Website: www.GreatParks.org

Shawnee Lookout

2008 Lawrenceburg Road
North Bend, Ohio
45052
 
This park features a historic log cabin and school house.
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