55 Stern Dr.
Seaman, OH 45679
Phone: (937) 386-2511
Fax: (937) 386-2100
55 Stern Dr., Seaman, OH, US, 45679
- Phone: (937) 386-2511
- Fax: (937) 386-2100
The Maysville-Aberdeen Bridge across the Ohio River connects Maysville in Kentucky to Aberdeen in Ohio. Also known as the Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge, it was constructed in 1931. Designed by Modjeski and Masters, it is currently maintained by Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Earlier a toll bridge, the toll was removed in 1945.
The elegant and ancient Philips' Folly is a magnificent house, primly located in the city of Maysville in the U.S. State of Kentucky. The brilliant structure ably depicts the Greek Revival, Federal and the Georgian style of architecture. The building was constructed from 1825 through 1831. It stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places. Comprising of 12 rooms along with 6 other bedrooms, it is touted to be the largest home in the town.
The Highlands Nature Sanctuary contains 2,000 acres of preserved wilderness along the historic Rocky Fork Gorge. The Appalachian Forest Museum, is open to the public and features three stunningly beautiful hiking trails through the area, as well as educational museum displays and a nature-themed gift shop featuring local artists.
Constructed in 1864, the Valley Pike Covered Bridge is a short bridge crossing Lee Creek. Kentucky's only privately-owned bridge, Valley Pike features tin roofing and siding. Valley Pike Covered Bridge was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
The Samuel Smith House and Tannery is an eminent site in the region of Greenfield in Ohio. The house was constructed in 1821 and is a brilliant structure. It stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places and is an accurate example of a Federal style home. Also, the on-site tannery building features vintage objects that were used in the bygone era.
The Walcott Covered Bridge is a historic concrete bridge built in 1954. The bridge has a mix of the King post & Queen post type of architecture. It became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
The St. Mary's Catholic Church is a beautiful historic church established in 1870. Located at the intersection of 5th and Markets Streets, it is built with the Germanic Gothic Revival style of architecture. The church is in service and holds masses as per routine. It became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
The famed First Presbyterian Church is primly located at Court Street in Portsmouth, Ohio. Incorporated in the reputed National Register of Historic Places, it is a great indicator of the Greek Revival style of architecture.
The U.S. Grant Bridge is a suspension bridge that stretches across the Ohio River. The former U.S. Grant Bridge was closed down and was replaced in 2006. This bridge is truly a stunning architectural beauty.
Full service marina featuring a boat rental, bait and tackle shop, full line service center, and a marine sales center. Pontoon tours and fishing tournaments are also offered.
Historic state park featuring campsites, rental cabins, swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, hiking trails, and more.
This 368-acre grain farm is stocked with large ringneck pheasants with hunting permitted from September through April. Dining on pheasant cuisine is also available year-round.