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BARNESVILLE, Ohio 43713
BELLAIRE, Ohio 43906
BELMONT, Ohio 43718
BETHESDA, Ohio 43719
BLAINE, Ohio 43909
BRIDGEPORT, Ohio 43912
FLUSHING, Ohio 43977
MARTINS FERRY, Ohio 43935
MORRISTOWN, Ohio 43759
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio 43950
SHADYSIDE, Ohio 43947
HISTORICAL SITES
OHIO BYWAYS
COLERAIN, Ohio 43916
POWHATAN POINT, Ohio 43942
ITINERARY for group tours
ITINERARY for Barnesville area group tours
QUILT BARNS
MEETING FACILITIES
CAMPING
"Tractor" on Borovich Farm

I-70 Exit 216, go south on Rt. 9 approx. 3 miles.  Make a left on Cty Rd. 5.  Go 3 more miles and barn is on the right (down the hill) before Glencoe. 

Oliver 1655,  a favorite tractor used yet today...built from 1969 to 1975.

 

 

"Steadfast Steed" on Ashby Barn

Follow directions to Simpson Barn.  Pass it by about 3 miles before Centerville -- on the left.

Creator and daughter loved horses.  After losing her daughter at age 17, the mother spent years recreating the things her daugher loved in her quilts. 

"The Little Red Schoolhouse" on Martin Barn

I-70 Exit 208, go south on #149.  Turn right (west) onto #147.  At Bethesda 4-way stop, go south on #26.  Travel through Bethesda on 26, staying on 26 about 3 miles to pond on left.  The barn is on the right at 60310 Twenty-Six Road.

The owner, her parents and grandparents all taught school.

"Tulips" on Smith Barn

I-70 Exit 208, go south on #149.  Turn right (west) onto #147.  At Bethesda 4-way stop, continue west on #147.  The barn is located approx. half way between Barnesville and Bethesda across from South Central Power on #147 at 37850 Bethesda-Barnesville Rd.

The tulip pattern made by grandma is the quilt on her bed, a remembrance of her needlework.

"Flying Geese" on Hogue Barn

I-70 Exit 208, go south on #149.  At the stop sign turn left (east) onto #147.  The barn is located on the right, set back a bit off the road as you drive up hill.

Geese fly in formation, a popular quilt pattern. 

"Overall Sam" Herder of Sheep on Simpson Barn

I-70 Exit 208, go south on #149.  At the stop sign turn left (east) onto #147.  Go to the top of the hill, turn left at the stop sign.   Follow #147 southeast out of Belmont approx. 3 miles, the barn is on the left side.  It is before Dysart Woods. 

Animals were herded to the river.  Location is on the Drovers' Trail Scenic Byway.

"Lovebirds" on Ebbert Barn

I-70 Exit 208, go south on #149.  Turn right (west) onto #147.  At Bethesda 4-way stop, go south on #26.  Travel through Bethesda on 26.  At "Y" take #92, then south on #86.  Barn is on the left.  60400 Hunter Road. 

In agriculture, normally you need a couple.  The love of family and agriculture is signified.  There are hearts on the border and a twig with berries is being shared between the birds. 

"Guitar" on ValleyView Campground

I-70 between exits 208 & 213, west of St. Clairsville on Historic National Rd/US Rt. 40 and across the road (on north side) from Jamboree In The Hills.
 
This guitar pattern represents the largest country music event held in Belmont County annually.


 

 

 

 

Ohio Bicentennial Logo on Perkins Barn

I-70 Exit 208, go south on #149.  The barn is on the left located just before Barkcamp State Park entrance. 

Ohio Bicentennial Logo 2003 with quilt pattern surrounding.  This was the first barn in all of Ohio's 88 counties to get  painted by Scott Hagan, the noted bicentennial barn painter from Jerusalem, Ohio.  The barn was then repainted to add the quilt pattern surround in 2008. 

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