- 39 miles (62 km)
- Allow 1 hour
The foothills of the Appalachian Mountains are a perfect setting for this byway's rustic beauty. It's 'rustic beauty' is embodied in its covered and iron bridges, wildlife areas, historic districts, and state parks.
Points of Interest
Points of Interest Along The Way
The Opera House (OH)
When first constructed in 1890, the house featured melodramas, magic shows, musicals, revival meetings, speeches, and silent movies. Performances continue today in the historical setting.
The Wilds (OH)
The Wilds is North America's largest research and conservationcenter. Spanning 14 square miles, the preserve has 200 acres ofwetlands and more than 150 lakes. Rhino, giraffe, antelope and deerare only a few of the free-roaming animals in this spectacularhabitat. Several tours are offered to include the following: asafari tour, wetland trail and day/overnight camps for students ofall ages.