Earthen mounds and embankments forming huge geometric enclosures grace the landscape of the Ohio River Valley. These monumental structures were built by Native American hands almost 2,000 years ago. Hopewellian people gathered at these earthworks for feasts, funerals and rites of passage. Come learn about these sacred spaces and reflect upon the lives of these American Indians. Read More
Sacred Spaces - A Place for Reflection in the Past and Today
Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks
The bid for World Heritage is picking up. Read the official submission and learn how you can help.
Annual Events at the Park
The park hosts several annual events on-site throughout the year. Find out what event is next and all the info about it as well.
Canoe / Kayak Guided Tours
Information on the annual Guided Canoe / Kayak Ranger Tour on Paint Creek. Tours run from late June through late August.
Become a park Junior Ranger
Learn how you and your family can all earn your own park Junior Ranger badge while learning cool stuff!
Earn Your Centennial Jr. Ranger Badge!
The limited edition Centennial Jr. Ranger badges are now available at the park! Ask a ranger how you can earn your limited edition badge.
Every Kid In A Park Pass
4th graders can now earn their free parks pass! This special pass waives entry fees to thousands of federal sites in the United States.
History and Culture of the park
Learn about the historic and prehistoric history of this incredible park. Over 2,000 years of history await you at Hopewell Culture NHP.
Hopewell Culture NHP StoryCorps Film
Hear and see the compelling story of two park employees and how they found their park at Hopewell Culture NHP.
Video and Multimedia Productions
Park video productions and assorted multimedia can be found here. All videos are downloadable as are multimedia presentations.
Directions to the park sites
Directions to the park's visitor center and the two other accessible sites can be found here with a link to customized directions.
Road Conditions and Travel Information
Find out what condition the roads around the park are in before you get in your car during severe weather.