Corinth Corner Transportation
Corinth is in a very rural area, the roads are marked, but very hard to find and a good map is necessary. There are very few people living in this area. - more to come
Corinth Corner Off The Beaten Path
My main reason for driving through the Corinth area is to find the markers for my ancestors, many were from the 18th century. The cemeteries are beautiful in the fall and make a good hike up and down the hills.
Corinth Corner Favorites
Favorite thing: I drove for 15 miles without seeing another car. The canopied country lanes took me into another era where I envisioned seeing the wagons bumping along on their way to a neighbors or to the Robert Rowe Taven, the stagecoach stop. It was a custom for the men to gather at the tavern to hear the local gossip and tip some ale. They did have trouble with drunkards although everyone drank heavily; farmers, ministers,and some women. The ale came from the local mill lot and whiskey came from Johnson's distillery a short distance west. The Rowe Tavern still stands across the road from the Center Church. It's now being converted to a house.
Fondest memory: This area is so serene, all you hear is the chirping of birds in the trees.