Location: Adams County.
Population: 1,782.
Land Area: 2.826 sq. kilometers.
Latitude: 38.948N
Longitude: -83.405W
Time Zone: Eastern Daylight Saving

hay field hay bale


mail pouch barn Palestine school

Municipal building

Old Timers Day sign Post Office

Peebles Water Tower

Peebles Elementary Peebles High School

Mineral Springs Lake Resort opened in 1973! It is located at 162 Blugill Road.
The Resort includes: * 100 Acre Stocked Lake
* Over 200 Utility Sites W/20-30 Amp Service
* 100+ Lake Front Primitive Sites
* Shelter House * Camp Store * Game Room
* Laundry * Modern Restrooms * Cabin Rental
* Boating * Hiking * Swimming

Serpent Mound is the largest and finest serpent effigy in North America. Located near Locust Grove in Adams County, this site is a National Historic Landmark. The mound is within an area known as the Serpent Mound cryptoexplosion structure, which is an unusual geological feature in Ohio that is evident by the jumbled and broken landscape around Serpent Mound.

A 450 acre nature preserve and environmental education center with rental chalets (cabins) for 1-6 adults, lodges with family rooms and domitories. Retreat Center accommodating 250 with full food service. Campground for overnighters and seasonal campers now expanding to handle as many as 275 camp sites. Located at 33200 State Route 41

Man or Alien?

September 4, 2003 An Adams County woman was checking a soybean field for flood damage last week when she allegedly discovered crop circles. The field is across the road from Serpent Mound. Some believe what was found in the field is more than just a well-planned joke. Those who have seen the circles say the design appears to be pointing to the ancient Native American mounds and that the markings in the field and tail of the mounds are similar. An independent crop-circle investigator visited the site and said the radiation levels and electrical and magnetic fields were higher inside than the land outside the design. The investigator said he should have his final report next month.

Should they stay or should they go!

The tablets were removed June 9 from the grounds of four Adams County high schools after U.S. Magistrate Timothy Hogan, of Cincinnati, ruled that displaying them on public property was unconstitutional and a violation of the separation of church and state. The school district is challenging that ruling. The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has not scheduled a date to hear arguments in the appeal. Supporters of the Ten Commandments tablets put one of the 800-pound, 3-foot-high monuments inside the lobby of the Adams County Building & Loan Co. office in Peebles.

This page was created by Stacie Miller and Mary Knauff.