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    Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis

    National Historic Site Ohio

Directions

Fallen Timbers Battlefield
US 24 & Jerome, Maumee, Ohio 43537
(419) 407-9700

From the battlefield continue to Fallen Timbers State Memorial in Monclova Township, Ohio
- Head SW on US 24 W
- Take the exit toward Jerome Road/Stitt Road
- Turn left onto County Road 2089/Fallen Timbers Lane
- Take the third right onto State Park Roa

From the battlefield continue to Fort Miamis State Memorial in Maumee, Ohio
- Head SW on US 24 W
- Take the exit toward Jerome Road/Stitt Road
- Turn left onto County Road 2089/Fallen Timbers Lane
- Merge onto US 24 E via the ramp to Toledo
- Turn right onto Key Street
- Turn left onto River Road
- Take the second right onto Corey Street

Did You Know?

Native Americans fight the Americans

On August 20, 1794, in the Battle of Fallen Timbers, Indian warriors closely pursued the soldiers of the front guard of the Legion of the United States until a light infantry skirmish line forced the Indians to seek shelter amid timbers that had been felled a few years before by a tornado.