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Turn west onto Kemp Road and we’ll end our tour at Wartinger Historical Park, named for John Wartinger, eldest son of Ken and Marie Wartinger, who had dedicated his life to the development of children before suffering a fatal heart attack. Under the jurisdiction of the Beavercreek Parks, Rec and Culture Department, Wartinger Park is the jewel of the Beavercreek Historical Society as well as the Flower Trail Garden Club.

In 1985 the aforementioned Phillip Harshman House was discovered, leading to the identification and relocation of numerous structures from around the township to this beautiful setting so that they could be enjoyed by generations to come!

This is the appropriate place to end the Beavercreek Heritage Trail, but the not the project!  The pages that follow will describe the buildings at Wartinger Park per the Beavercreek Historic Society's research.

Please keep this project alive by sharing your comments on the pages within.  If you have images you'd like to share for all to see, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your descriptions!  Thank you for your interest and participation.

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Brett Williford

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