Tourists and residents of Greenville, Ohio can visit the Garst Museum, Bear's Mill, Turtle Creek Golf Course and Shawnee Prairie Preserve. Caddie Shack Driving Range, Eidson Woods Preserve and the KitchenAid Experience Retail Center are some additional attractions in the area.Continue Reading
The building that houses the Garst Museum was originally an inn built in 1852. As of 2015, the building is a 28,000-square foot museum containing exhibits such as Annie Oakley, the Treaty of Greene Ville, Lowell Thomas, American Antiques, and Auto and Horse Racing. There is also a museum store that sells gifts on the premises.
Bear's Mill is a fully operational water-powered mill historic landmark. Gabriel Baer built the mill in 1849, and it is one of the few still-operational mills in existence from that time period. The mill grinds grain into flours and meals. Tourists can visit the mill to learn about traditional milling work.
Turtle Creek Golf Course is a public 18-hole golf course, and has trainers from the Professional Golfers Association of America available to teach golf lessons. Turtle Creek also hosts weddings and special golf events, and a golf shop is located on the premises.
Shawnee Prairie Preserve has hiking trails that take visitors through wetlands, woodlands and prairies.Learn more about Geography