Glenford Stone Fort Hike


The Glenford Stone Fort, an ancient Adena–Hopewell hilltop enclosure, dated to 270 BCE, was utilized for ceremonial purposes. The “fort” which is open to the public on a limited basis, offers pleasure for everyone from the archaeologist to the nature enthusiast!

The event (June 22, 2019 from 11:00 to 2:00) will commence rain or shine and is approximately one mile on uneven terrain. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing that is appropriate for a hike in the woods.

Al Tonetti
Vice Pres./Secretary Heartland Earthworks Conservancy
Chairman of Government Affairs Comm. Ohio Archaeological Council

Joseph EB Snider
Archaeological Crew Chief Ohio Valley Archaeology
Vice-President PCHS

David Snider

Steve Glade
Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist
Perry SWCD Assoc. Board Member

Flint Nappers and Storytellers will be present led by Kim & Sherry Black

COST: a suggested donation of $10, which will be collected on site. Food and water available.

DIRECTIONS TO THE GLENFORD FORT: From Columbus:Take Interstate 70 East to St. Rt. 13 South. Follow St. Rt. 13 until you come to St. Rt. 204, turn left. Approximately 6 miles. Turn right on to OH 757. Follow OH 757 to the Glenford Fort Parking lot on the left.

ADDRESS: Glenford Fort: 11995 St. Rt. 757 Glenford, OH 43739

David Snider, DPA Perry SWCD (740) 743-1325
Rick Akers, President of PCHS (614) 327-3968

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