Check hours ahead of time:

You can search for places which are generally open on a particular day of your drive. But hours can change seasonally, so please always re-confirm with each organization: check their updated hours at the links provided.

Days Open was last updated on  June 16, 2021

Outdoor stops

These stops on the drive are outdoors or a public space, so they do not have any particular hours. They can generally be explored from dawn to dusk:

  • Deserted Camp Historical Marker and Starbucktown
  • Dakin/Sabin Cemetery
  • Old Harveysburg Village (and historic marker)
  • Miami Cemetery and Little Miami Bike Trail
  • Old Stage Road (Accommodation Stagecoach Line)
  • Waynesville Historic District/Main Street
  • Downtown Wilmington Historic District
  • Caesar Creek Lake, Spillway, and Trails
  • Bullskin Trace and Route 380
  • Springfield Friends Cemetery
  • Town of Sligo
  • Lytle Creek Quaker Cemetery
  • Hale Hospital building (next to Clinton Memorial Hospital)

Private residences

These stops on the drive are historical buildings but now privately owned and not open to the public. However you can still stop along the curb and listen to the narrated history from your vehicle.

  • Ada Chapel
  • Isaiah Peele House
  • Thomas Rannels House
  • James Hawes House/Murphy Farm
  • Josephus Hoskins House
  • Quaker Plan House
  • Mapledale Farm
  • Samuel Miars/Cammack Quaker Plan House
  • Gurneyville Schoolhouse
  • Horace McMillan House (1885)
  • Esper and Esther McMillan House
  • Zephaniah Underwood Tower House (1886)
  • The Dakin-Underwood East Brick House and Brick Apple Barn
  • Underwood West Brick House (at Brimstone Road)
  • Lukens House
  • Harveysburg Orthodox Quaker Meetinghouse
  • William and Mary Crew Harvey House
  • John Satterthwaite House
  • Halloway Inn
  • Old Miami Friends School
  • May Harlan House
  • Deborah Hadley House
  • James Hadley and Isabelle Moore Hadley House (1872)
  • Eli Harvey House (at Hadley Farms)
  • Isaac and Sarah Harvey House
  • William Hale House
  • Madden House
  • Renner-Hale House
  • Lindale Farm

Extra stops to recommend:

With a short detour and/or a little farther afield from the Byway route, there are a number of ways to expand your enjoyment of life and history in southwestern Ohio!  The history of Native Americans is intimately tied to the arrival of Quakers and all other cultures that now make Ohio home. There are also local stands to get farm-fresh products: