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Bring along your sense of discovery and experience small town charm, distinct shopping districts and this land's rich frontier heritage and urban-country spirit... uniquely Darke County. Discover a land where the legends are as rich as the soil: Darke County, Ohio, situated on the Ohio/Indiana border. Delve into an interactive culinary adventure; explore how things are made; step back in time to uncover fascinating legends; discover unique shopping, winery tours, racing and golf.
Darke County has a wealth of activities for you to enjoy. Acres of natural areas to explore; sites on the National Register of Historic Places; vibrant and inviting downtowns with one-of-a-kind boutiques; award-winning wines and eateries and memorable festivals.
Famous Sharp-shooter, Annie Oakley was born and raised in rural Darke County, near Willowdell in 1860. Phoebe Ann Moses supported her family by shooting and selling game to restaurants and grocers in Greenville and neighboring towns. The game she sold was highly desirable in that it had little damage because her aim was so precise. She adopted the stage name of "“Annie Oakley" after she met and married sharpshooter, Frank Butler. Annie traveled the world but always returned home to Darke County. The community is fortunate to have the largest collection of memorabilia on-hand at the National Annie Oakley Center at Garst Museum in Greenville.
Now a must-see destination for every grassroots race fan, Eldora Speedway is owned and operated by NASCAR legend, Tony Stewart. This legendary track is home to the World 100, The Dream and Kings Royal. The nation's most widely recognized sanctioning groups, including All-Star Sprints, WoO, Late Models, Midgets, Dirt Champ, Modifieds and Stock Cars race at Eldora.