Things To Know Before You Come
No lodging is available at the park. A variety of hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, and campgrounds are available within a short distance. Click here for a list of accomodations from the Ross Chillicothe Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Where To Eat
Food is not available for purchase within the park. There are no vending machines. A variety of restaurants are located near the Mound City Group unit. Click here for a list of restaurants from the Ross Chillicothe Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Only service animals are allowed in park buildings. Leashed animals are permitted on trails. Pet owners are responsible for picking up after their pet.
Interpretive trails at the Mound City Group unit are accessible, although trails may be slightly uneven due to surfaces of grass, gravel, and wood chips.
Did You Know?
The first publication of the Smithsonian Institution in 1848 was an extensive survey of archeology sites that included all of the sites at Hopewell Culture NHP. The book was authored by Ephraim Squier (left) and Edwin Davis (right), residents of the town of Chillicothe where Hopewell Culture NHP is located.