The Gorman Heritage Farm, located in the southwest Ohio Village of Evendale, is a 120-acre historic, working family farm that provides visitors with memorable experiences ranging from hands-on farming to strolls through woodland trails with outstanding scenic vistas. Gorman Heritage Farm looks much the same today as it did when the first settlers arrived to homestead in 1789 – just after the Revolutionary War. Because it is virtually unchanged topographically, we can easily imagine the attraction they must have felt for this beautiful valley location. There was abundant timber, a spring for fresh water, the proximity of Mill Creek for milling operations, flat, fertile land for crops, rock outcroppings for quarrying stone, and the presence of a well-established Indian trail (which in later years became known as Reading Road). How is it that this parcel of land did not succumb to urban development as a metropolitan area of two million people grew up around it? Perhaps it is because the land has stayed in the hands of only two families in the last 215 years. Products Sold: Lamb,Chicken and vegetables in season, honey and eggs year round.
Gorman Heritage Farm
Where We're Located
10052 Reading Road
Evendale, OH 45241
Phone: (513) 563-6663Get Directions
Latitude: 39° 14' 41" N, Longitude: 84° 25' 32" S
Hours - 9-5 Wednesday-Saturday, 12-5 Sunday. Open weekends only during January and February.
Nonmember fees are $5 for adults, $3 for children.