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The Ohio state capital is Columbus.
The population of Waynesville is approximately 1,949 (1990), 2834 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 691 (1990), 1128 (2010).
The amount of land area in Waynesville is 2.862 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.021 sq kilometers.
The distance from Waynesville to Washington DC is 403 miles.
The distance to the Ohio state capital is 69 miles. (as the crow flies)
Waynesville is positioned 39.53 degrees north of the equator and 84.08 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Waynesville elevation is 940 feet above sea level.


In the vicinity of Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Waynesville is known for its antiques, with more than 30 shops in historic buildings here. Also in the same area you will enjoy the brick sidewalks, flowers boxes and copper street lamps.

The Good Old Summertime Ice Cream Social - is held each year in July with homemade desserts and entertainment

The Ohio Sauerkraut Festival - held each year the second weekend of October. Enjoy arts & crafts, entertainment and sauerkraut anyway you like it!

Caesar Creek State Park
Clarksville Road, off SR 73
Phone: (937) 897-3055
Not ony is this a nature preserve and wildlife area, you can pursue many different recreational opportunities. Trilobite fossils and Indian artifacts are displayed at the Visitors Center maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers.

Pioneer Village
Phone: (937) 897-1120
Enjoy this re-created 19th century town with both rebuilt and restored buildings. A Music Festival is held the third weekend in June and a Harvest Fair is done in September. Christmas n the Village is held between Thanksgiving and Christmas each year.

Waynesville Red Stewart Airfield
Established in 1946, this airfield is home to many antique airplanes and gliders. Dedicated to the preservation of grass roots aviation.
Phone: 513-897-7717
Fax: 513-897-7717

The 1905 Friends Boarding Home
The 1905 Friends Boarding Home is the gateway to the Quaker Historical District located in Waynesville, Ohio at the top of Quaker Hill. It is now a museum and cultural center for Waynesville and Wayne and Massie Townships of Warren County, Ohio.
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