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Morrow county is located in central Ohio about 30 miles north-northeast of Columbus with Mt. Gilead acting as the county seat. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 32,146, an increase of 4,397 over the 1990 census.

Historic sites in the county include the old Bartlett and Goble store and the U.S. Post Office in Chesterville, the Reuben Benedict house near Marengo and the Samuel P. Brown house near Fulton. One historical footnote is that the county is the birthplace of former U.S. President Warren G. Harding.

Outdoor recreation can be found at Mt. Gilead Lakes and State Park on the city's east side. In addition, the Kokosing River and Whetstone, Alum and Big Walnut Creeks flow through the county.

Location: Mt. Gilead Ohio

Other Ohio Counties nearby:
(Ashland) Ashland County
(Urbana) Champaign County
(Coshocton) Coshocton County
(Bucyrus) Crawford County
(Delaware) Delaware County
(Findlay) Hancock County

10/23 Coming to The Mt. Gilead area
Clay Alliance Spring Pottery Fair Cincinnati OH May4 The Clay Alliance Spring Pottery Fair is a combination of nearly 50 local clay artisans who exhibits and sells their unique ceramic creations.
CincItalia the Cincinnati Italian Festival Cincinnati OH May17-19 Come early and be dazzled by CincItalia's Italian Auto Show and enriched by our traditional Italian Statue Procession.
Park Street Festival Columbus OH June7-8 So many Food Trucks, so little time! Bringing you the best & most diverse food trucks in all of Ohio, all in one place!
Italian American Summer Festival Berea OH June28-30 Bocce tournament, dancing with live entertainment at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.
Dayton Celtic Festival Dayton OH July26-28 Shop with our merchandise vendors for everything from Celtic souvenirs to the finest products imported from Ireland, Scotland, and Great Britain. Eat drink and be merry in our authentic Celtic food court.
Tuscarawas County Italian-American Festival Dover OH August9-11 Our 24th Annual Festival Plate is honoring the 1962 Class A State Football Champions from Dennison Saint Mary's High School.