The symposium is hosted by the Adams County Travel and Visitors Bureau. You will find a wealth of information about Adams County on their website, including history, events, places to stay, and things to do!
“Imagine a place that has the enduring coziness of a small-town atmosphere from days gone by, yet still resounds with the spirit of today. Imagine a place where you can take a long, easy step back in time to see the prairies that once covered portions of Ohio in the morning, play a round of golf, and watch the sunset over the Ohio River while sipping a glass of local wine.You can find it in Adams County, Ohio. Find those spots where time stood still, like Blake’s Soda Fountain, or wander through Amish shops in the Wheat Ridge Community. Or step back farther and walk along rugged cliff edges and creek beds created hundreds of thousands of years ago. Hike miles of trails or ponder the mysteries of the Great Serpent Mound. Discover Appalachian handcrafts, quaint towns, or boat the Ohio River and the Ohio Brush Creek from sunup to sundown. Or just find a quiet bank and fish away the afternoon. Relax beneath cool, comfy sheets of one of our many country Inns, hotels, lodges or cabins. However you want to enjoy our county-exploring, discovering or finding that special place to just simply kick up your feet and relax-we have something for you”. You can also watch this informative video to prepare for your visit!! https://youtu.be/qS8yhdUz1Bs
The Edge of Appalachia Nature Preserve
The “Little Smokies”