Go here to learn more about our Summer Solstice Celebration.


Images from 2015

The 2015 images taken by volunteer Elaine "Stormy" Gribbins, thank you!

Richard D. Moats gave his presentation "The Reconstruction and Archaeoastronomy of a Hopewell Hilltop Earthwork"

Clifford Mahooty spared his inspirational knowledge.

Stephen Bunch showed the public Native American Dumming etiquette, then he and others shared Native American songs that they knew and loved.

A panorama view of the festival Friday morning. We have over 50 booths! It continued beyond the big tent.


Images from 2014

The 2014 images taken by volunteer Elaine "Stormy" Gribbins, thank you!


Images from 2013








Here's some images from 2012...

Some of the 2012 vendors

Just some of our 2012 vendors!


From a different angle, so that more vendors can be seen.

2012 Tour at the "Pit" feature

Jeffrey Wilson giving the guided tour just before sunset, here he is talking about the little know "Pit" feature he has been trying to learn more about.


Jeffrey Wilson talks to the tour group along the straight section or "neck" of the serpent, which aligns to the Summer Solstice sunset.


Delsey Wilson is preparing to walk everyone through a meditation for the first time.

just before sunset

Waiting for sunset.


Here are some images from 2011...

Speakers Tent

Our Speakers tent.

Atlatal Demo

We had a professional Atlatl champian doing demonstrations for us, from Athens, Ohio!

Tammy Peach

The beautiful Tammy Peach, a descendent of the first Serpent Mound park manager, Daniel and Jenny Wallace. In 2012 she started joining our speakers list, talking about her Grandparent's and the family's connection with the park.


Some awesome pottery from Ms. Dora Anderson (standing next to the red table cloth).
She gave clay demonstrations to those of all ages.


A shot from between the museum and speakers tent, looking back at our vendors.
Yes, we are still growing, so come join us!

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Contact Us

If you need any assistance during your event, if you would like a free tour guide, or you have questions or requests, please contact us at...

Address: Peebles, Ohio
Telephone: + 937 - 587 - 3953
Telephone 2: + 937 -205 - 0094

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