History is repeating itself, do you want to be a part of it?
The Queen of the Lake III Restoration project will begin
with community and volunteers meetings. This sternwheeler will bring back hope and grace for the lake we love & that holds so much history.
History fact: Both of the past sternwheelers were built on Buckeye Lake and cruised her waters for 20 years.
The Queen of the Lake III will follow that historic path as well.
Send us your email address, so we can keep you up on the calendar dates
of activities and work days.
Donna Fisher Braig, age 90, of Buckeye Lake, entered eternal life on Monday, August 7, 2017 at her home on the North Bank of Buckeye Lake, where she resided 70 years.
Queen III Dream
Crowds gather around, as
J-me spins the Big Money wheel, at the Historical Society Booth, during the
Labor Day, Millersport Sweet Corn Festival.
In Loving Memory of Donna Braig
August 1927 - August 2017
First President of the Buckeye Lake Historical Society
Your Donations Make the Buckeye
Lake Historical Society Possible.
This magnificent tour boat gives public cruises starting in May on Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 pm. The public may board the Queen at the Buckeye Lake North Shore Boat Launch on St. Rt. #79. Also planned tours to Cranberry Bog.
• All tours suspended due to low water levels •
As of January 2016 there have been 45,110 visitors to the museum, since our opening day in 1998. Come visit the Rocket Ship, play Skee Ball or look over thousands of items from the early to mid 1900's. Tuesday-Sunday 1 to 4, Closed Mondays.
Our Society was founded at Buckeye Lake, Ohio in 1995 and the museum opened in 1998. Please stop in and view our huge collection of Buckeye Lake Park memorabilia. Our group covers Perry, Licking and Fairfield counties including the communities of Hebron, Millersport and Thornville, along with Buckeye Lake.
4729 Walnut Road, Buckeye Lake, Ohio 43008.
PHOTOS BY BRENDA
On September 9th, the Greater Cincinnati Orchid Society spoke about the history of orchids, on Cranberry Bog.
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