Knox County

History of Knox County, Ohio

Geologists describe Knox County, Ohio as a Glaciated Allegheny Plateau with rolling hills and valleys.  The terrain fosters Ohio’s rich agriculture history and serves as home to a growing Amish community.  Formed in 1808, residents named the county for one of America’s Revolutionary War heroes, Henry Knox

Landmarks of Knox County, Ohio

  • Mount Vernon – County seat of Knox County Ohio and Ariel-Foundation Park
  • Brinkhaven Ohio – Eastern edge of Knox County serves as home to 114 residents and the Mohican River Valley
  • Mohican Valley Trail – Another rails-to-trails success, converting a Pennsylvania Railroad bed over to a premier Ohio bike trail network.
  • Millwood Ohio – a quaint Ohio town that serves as home to Honey Run Park
  • Gambier Ohio – Home to Kenyon College and Schnormeier Gardens

Fine Art Photography of Knox County Ohio

Fine art photography of Knox County's diverse landscapes, vibrant towns, and historical landmarks present a treasure trove of art prints celebrating this peaceful place in Ohio. The rolling hills, picturesque farms, and captivating architecture are always a pleasure to explore with my camera.  For me, I love capturing its nostalgic places like its covered bridges, gardens, and gentle waterfalls, particularly when autumn colors fill its valley. 

Knox County Ohio’s Bridge of Dreams on a fall day with an Amish horse and buggy entering the covered bridge

Bridge of Dreams, Knox County, Ohio No. 8

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