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Lake Waynoka

East

Approximately 1.54 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Lake Waynoka

East

Approximately 1.54 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

  Located on Lake Waynoka great for fishing, boating, and skiing with a campground, lodge, restaurant, health center, beach and lounge.  

  Located on Lake Waynoka great for fishing, boating, and skiing with a campground, lodge, restaurant, health center, beach and lounge.  

Lakewood Golf Course

East

Approximately 4.93 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Lakewood Golf Course

East

Approximately 4.93 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

White Oak Golf Course

East

Approximately 6.08 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

White Oak Golf Course

East

Approximately 6.08 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Georgetown Community Bowling

East

Approximately 6.46 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Georgetown Community Bowling

East

Approximately 6.46 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Community Lanes is located in Georgetown Ohio with 12 AMF synthetic lanes and Ebonite Vantech automatic scoring.

Community Lanes is located in Georgetown Ohio with 12 AMF synthetic lanes and Ebonite Vantech automatic scoring.

U.S. Grant Boyhood Home

East

Approximately 6.94 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

U.S. Grant Boyhood Home

East

Approximately 6.94 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Built in 1823 by Jesse and Hannah Grant, additions to the home were made in 1825 and 1828, and many more times after it was sold in 1840's. Slated for demolition in the... Read more

Built in 1823 by Jesse and Hannah Grant, additions to the home were made in 1825 and 1828, and many more times after it was sold in 1840's. Slated for demolition in the early 1980's, the property was saved by John and Judy Ruthven. Designated a National Historic Landmark, it was opened for visitors in 1982. Today, after extensive renovation, it is the property of the Ohio History Connection, and... Read More

U.S. Grant Schoolhouse

East

Approximately 7.13 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

U.S. Grant Schoolhouse

East

Approximately 7.13 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Tour the schoolhouse of our 18th president, Ulysses S. Grant.

Tour the schoolhouse of our 18th president, Ulysses S. Grant.

Buttermilk Falls Golf Course

East

Approximately 7.84 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Buttermilk Falls Golf Course

East

Approximately 7.84 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The 9-hole course at the Buttermilk Falls Golf Club facility in Georgetown, Ohio features 3,000 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35 . The course rating is... Read more

The 9-hole course at the Buttermilk Falls Golf Club facility in Georgetown, Ohio features 3,000 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 35 . The course rating is 35.0 and it has a slope rating of 116. The greens are bent grass and the fairways are bluegrass.

Route 68 Raceway

East

Approximately 10.84 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Route 68 Raceway

East

Approximately 10.84 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Route 68 Raceway is one of the premier outdoor race facilities in the MidWest. Whether you're an experienced racer or just breaking into the sport, Route 68 Raceway is the... Read more

Route 68 Raceway is one of the premier outdoor race facilities in the MidWest. Whether you're an experienced racer or just breaking into the sport, Route 68 Raceway is the place to be if you are a racing enthusiast.

Friendly Meadows Golf Course

East

Approximately 11.62 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Friendly Meadows Golf Course

East

Approximately 11.62 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Straight Creek Marina

East

Approximately 12.72 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Straight Creek Marina

East

Approximately 12.72 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Located 55 miles from downtown Cincinnati and is convenient to Dayton residents who can reach the marina via US 68.  The Marina sits on 15 acres of land, providing... Read more

Located 55 miles from downtown Cincinnati and is convenient to Dayton residents who can reach the marina via US 68.  The Marina sits on 15 acres of land, providing boaters with plenty of elbow room.   Hot showers, plenty of parking, a live-in care taker and launch ramp open to the public.

John Rankin House

East

Approximately 12.92 miles from from Indian Spring Winery
John Rankin House (photo: CincinnatiUSA.com)

John Rankin House

East

Approximately 12.92 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Revered John Rankin preached for several years in Kentucky but decided to move his family across the Ohio River to the free state of Ohio. In 1825, he built the house on... Read more

Revered John Rankin preached for several years in Kentucky but decided to move his family across the Ohio River to the free state of Ohio. In 1825, he built the house on Liberty Hill with its proximity to the river and its owner's hatred of slavery, the Rankin home became a stopping point for slaves. Around 2,000 escaped slaves stayed with the Rankins and they never lost one. The Rankin House is... Read More

John Parker House

East

Approximately 13.16 miles from from Indian Spring Winery
John Rankin House (photo: CincinnatiUSA.com)

John Parker House

East

Approximately 13.16 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

John Parker was a slave who had a desire for freedom which he eventually earned by paying his master for his freedom in 1845. John Parker came to Cincinnati and moved into... Read more

John Parker was a slave who had a desire for freedom which he eventually earned by paying his master for his freedom in 1845. John Parker came to Cincinnati and moved into a house near the Ohio River shore in Ripley, Ohio. He helped hundreds of slaves escape to freedom through the Underground Railroad. John Parker House features exhibits that depict the historical context in which Parker... Read More

The Ripley Museum

East

Approximately 13.24 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The Ripley Museum

East

Approximately 13.24 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The Ripley Museum  is located in an 1850's home featuring 10 rooms with collectibles dating from the late 18th century up to the mid-20th century. This federal design... Read more

The Ripley Museum  is located in an 1850's home featuring 10 rooms with collectibles dating from the late 18th century up to the mid-20th century. This federal design house is similar to many built in Ripley in the 1850's. It features three fireplaces and a curved staircase. The parlor, with its shuttered windows, contains a Valley Gem piano which was manufactured in Ripley in the 1870s.

Moler Raceway

East

Approximately 13.42 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Moler Raceway

East

Approximately 13.42 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The Midwest's fastest 1/4 mile dirt oval, just 30 miles east of Cincinnati.

The Midwest's fastest 1/4 mile dirt oval, just 30 miles east of Cincinnati.

Ohio Tobacco Museum

East

Approximately 14.15 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Ohio Tobacco Museum

East

Approximately 14.15 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The two-story brick house is of Federal and Georgian style architecture.  This 1850s home was once owned by the Espey family.  Mr. Espey worked for Heavy... Read more

The two-story brick house is of Federal and Georgian style architecture.  This 1850s home was once owned by the Espey family.  Mr. Espey worked for Heavy Munition Works in Cincinnati, the company that produced Ripley’s three cannons for protection during the Civil War.  The historic home became the site of the Ohio Tobacco Museum in 1988 and stands as the only such museum in the state of Ohio.  ... Read More

The 1811 Augusta Jail

South, Southeast

Approximately 14.64 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The 1811 Augusta Jail

South, Southeast

Approximately 14.64 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The 1811 Augusta Jail is the oldest jail in the state of Kentucky on its original foundation. The 1st floor, the prisoner's quarters, have been restored and is open to the... Read more

The 1811 Augusta Jail is the oldest jail in the state of Kentucky on its original foundation. The 1st floor, the prisoner's quarters, have been restored and is open to the public. The second story, the jailer's living quarters, is currently being renovated and will be open soon. One may take a self-guided tour of the dungeon and the debtor's portions of the jail. There are many interesting... Read More

Logan's Gap

East

Approximately 15.22 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Logan's Gap

East

Approximately 15.22 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Located in the Ohio Valley along Eagle Creek in Ripley, Ohio. Logan's Gap is a family-friendly camping destination.

Located in the Ohio Valley along Eagle Creek in Ripley, Ohio. Logan's Gap is a family-friendly camping destination.

The Rosemary Clooney House Museum

South, Southeast

Approximately 15.38 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The Rosemary Clooney House Museum

South, Southeast

Approximately 15.38 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Thanks to the generous efforts of Dr. Steve Henry, former Lt. Governor of Kentucky, and his wife Heather French Henry, Miss America 2000, Rosemary Clooney's historical... Read more

Thanks to the generous efforts of Dr. Steve Henry, former Lt. Governor of Kentucky, and his wife Heather French Henry, Miss America 2000, Rosemary Clooney's historical home has been restored. The home is open to the public as a museum displaying an extensive collection of exhibits in honor of this legendary singer's life and career.

Whitehall Plantation Museum

South, Southeast

Approximately 15.39 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Whitehall Plantation Museum

South, Southeast

Approximately 15.39 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Built in 1809 by Arthur Thome, Whitehall is listed on the national register as a part of the Underground Railroad. This private home features exquisite gardens, and rare... Read more

Built in 1809 by Arthur Thome, Whitehall is listed on the national register as a part of the Underground Railroad. This private home features exquisite gardens, and rare antique furniture. The highlights include gorgeous parlor sets by the revolutionary furniture maker, John Henry Belter, as well as pieces by the famous artisan, Mitchell Rammelsburg. Please call for an appointment to see this... Read More

Augusta Art Guild's Gallery

South, Southeast

Approximately 15.42 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

Augusta Art Guild's Gallery

South, Southeast

Approximately 15.42 miles from from Indian Spring Winery

The Guild's Mission Statement: "The Augusta Art Guild is an organization of artists who believe there are many visual, emotional and educational experiences that can only... Read more

The Guild's Mission Statement: "The Augusta Art Guild is an organization of artists who believe there are many visual, emotional and educational experiences that can only be perceived through the arts. The Guild feels it is important that our community be a part of that process in order to expand and enrich lives."  The City of Augusta is please to have such an organization of artists displaying... Read More

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