Chillicothe Inn

24 North Bridge St, Chillicothe, Ohio, 45601, United States

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  • Business80
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    Friendly and inexpensive

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    If you feel you're getting the fifth degree at the desk don't fret. It may be dirt cheap to sleep here but this ain't no dive and they don't want lowlifes staying here. Comfortable, good location, the cost can't be beat; the ladies at the front desk are really sweet too.

    Unique Quality: Be sure to request a wake up call. Your own beloved mother couldn't summon you from sonambulance with such sweetness.

    Directions: On the north end of downtown.

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Travel Tips for Chillicothe

Chillicothe Paints baseball

by sambarnett

The Chillicothe Paints are a founding member of the independent Frontier League. Tickets are a bargain a $6. I can't say enough good things about them, it truly is baseball the way it should be. Visit my travelogue.

Chillicothe Correctional Institute

by sambarnett

No doubt you'll notice facility this on the way to the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park. Country signers Merle Haggard and Johnny PayCheck played a gig here during PayCheck 1989-91 incarceration. Best known for his working-class anthem "Take This Job And Shove It," PayCheck was in for shooting a man in the head. Wordy signs on the perimeter are tough to read all the way through, but the gist is don't take pictures of this building.

Chillicothe

by Trillian2005

The name Chillicothe comes from the Shawnee language meaning "Chilly Clothes". I visited there in November and although the weather was still pleasant and not too cold, I brought some not so chilly clothes along, which was a really good idea. Chillicothe was the first (1803 - 1810) and third capital (1812 - 1816) of Ohio and is located in Southern Ohio along the Scioto River. The city is home to the 152-year old continuously operating Majestic Theatre and the annual Southern Ohio Storytelling Festival.

The Hopewell Culture National Historical Park is located at the north end of Chillicothe, although it seems to be a timeless place in November located Nowhere. The park was formerly known as Mound City Group National Monument and is a national historical park with earthworks and burial mounds from the Hopewell culture, indigenous peoples who lived from about 200 BC to 500 CE. My friend and I stayed in a cabin at Hocking Hill and we strolled around the Hopewell Park and its surrounding area for about 3 days. Of course we took breaks, ate, drank, and slept at night. It was a great experience. We also found interesting live large bugs at that park. We photographed the bugs and then sent them back home to their dwelling places.

Chillicothe consists of 21,796 more or less cool people and some of their more or less cool city counselors who were...or are:
- Thomas E. Trutschel
- Joseph T. Sharp
- Nancy Ames
- Dustin Proehl
- Queen Lester
- Napoleon Cross
- Jean Malone
- Bruce A. Arnold
- Jeremy M. Siberell
- Pat Patrick

Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio

by Stephen-KarenConn

Chillicothe is a historic town in southcentral Ohio, about halfway between Columbus and the Ohio River. Founded in 1796, Chillicothe served as the last capital of the Northwest Territory and the first state capital of Ohio.

Today Chillicothe is the seat of Ross County and serves as a retail trading hub for seven surrounding counties. It is home to a Veterans Affairs hospital, two state prisons and the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park. Every summer thousands of tourists flock to Chillicothe to see the outdoor drama "Tecumseh!"

Ohio's first capital

by tastephens

If you love history, recreation and scenic beauty, Ross County is the place for you to visit this year. Chillicothe, the county seat for Ross County, was Ohio's first capital. The area is rich in Ohio and early American history.

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