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Things to Do

For a comprehensive list of sites, events and attractions, please contact the Darke County Visitors' Bureau at:
Darke County Visitors' Bureau
537 S Broadway St # 203
Greenville, OH 45331-1965
(937) 548-5158

There are many options for recreation right here in Darke County! Listed below are some of the many activities you might choose from. There are many outstanding parks in Darke County including eleven woodland parks supervised by the Darke County Park District.


Darke County's golf courses include the Stillwater Valley Golf Club near Versailles, a public course with 18 holes and the 18-hole Greenville Country Club, which is a private course.

The Darke County Family YMCA in Greenville also has a branch in Versailles.

Darke County has five public libraries located in Arcanum, Bradford, Greenville, New Madison and Versailles. The City of Greenville and villages of Arcanum and Versailles have public swimming pools.

Darke County offers a wide variety of festivals to pique the interest of almost anyone! Some of these include Annie Oakley Days, Farm Power of the Past, Versailles Poultry Days, and the Bradford Pumpkin Show.

The Great Darke County Fair is considered to be the largest agricultural fair in the state of Ohio and has a 9 day run every year at the end of August.

For a more detailed list of festivals with added information, please click on Festivals.

Points of Interest in Darke County include The Garst Museum, Bears Mill, Annie Oakley Memorial Park, Altar of Peace, and Tecumseh Point. You will also want to visit Annie Oakley's birthplace and her gravesite.

Click on Historical Attractions for more information.