George Rogers Clark Park

George Rogers Clark Park
936 South Tecumseh Road
Springfield, Ohio 45506
George Rogers Clark Park webpage

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George Rogers Clark Park
Coordinates: 39.9119395, -83.9073944
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About George Rogers Clark Park
George Rogers Clark Park is a historic park which explores the origins of Clark County at the nearby Peckuwe Village battle site. The Peckuwe Village was once a large settlement of Shawnee Indians and their British allies, located at the current George Rogers Clark Park. In 1780, the American Colonel Clark attacked the British stockade and drove the Shawnee out of Clark County. The battle was the largest of the American Revolution west of the Allegheny Mountains. Visit the multiple memorials located throughout the park that honor those who impacted our region’s history, including Tecumseh and George Rogers Clark.
From George Rogers Clark Park webpage