Darke County Fairgrounds Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This is a 185-acre facility with an awful lot of space for campers, with much of the grounds pleasantly wooded. It’s also a reasonably priced place to stay while visiting Darke County’s many attractions. This area of Ohio is big on antique shops and has several art galleries. It’s also home to the KitchenAid Heritage Center, where you can explore the history of appliances and take cooking classes. Perhaps the most unique thing about the area is its attachment to Annie Oakley, the cowgirl sharpshooter of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. In downtown Greenville is Annie Oakley Memorial Park, with a life-size bronze statue and a historical marker that explains her exploits. To really find out about this diminutive star, though, check out the Garst Museum. It’s home to exhibits and memorabilia about the woman who was America’s first real female superstar."