Kiedaisch Point Park
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About Kiedaisch Point Park
In fall of 1985 the Blaney Family donated 213.17 acres to the Monroe County Park District in two transactions, one in 1983, and the other in 1985. The point was developed in 1974 as a picnic/overlook area with a parking area, picnic tables and bulletin board for our visitors. In 1997 The Monroe County Park District transferred ownership of 16 acres to the Monroe County Governing Board of Commissioners for the purpose of non commercial or emergency communication system.
A commanding view of New Martinsville, West Virginia and the Ormet Aluminum Company can be appreciated from this point. A feeling of being airborne is easily experienced as approximately seven miles of the Ohio River unfolds almost 500 feet below the view point’s crest. Hiking trails afford our visitors a unique glimpse of the rugged terrain that exists in the River Valley, as feeder creeks cut their way into the mighty Ohio.
From Monroe County Parks and Recreation webpage
An added feature is a hiking trail from OH-7 (just north of Hannibal) up to this rewarding and sweeping view of the Ohio River. To reach Kiedaisch Pont Park, take County Road-536 northwest out of Hannibal, Ohio for two miles, then Township Road-43 for two miles to Township Road-419. Watch for posted brown park district signs.
From Ohio Parks Tourism webpage
No restroom facilities.