Points of Interest within Union Township 

    National Trails Raceway – Route 40

Hebron Fish Hatchery
The millions of gallons needed by the Hebron Fish Hatchery are supplied by Buckeye Lake, and transported by the historic Ohio-Erie Canal. Hebron Fish Hatchery, owned and operated by the Ohio Division of Wildlife, it is Ohio’s largest hatchery, producing some three to four million fish annually for stocking into the state’s lakes and streams. Walleyes, saugeyes, hybrid-striped bass, bluegills, and channel catfish are raised here, as well as minnows that are transported to the Division’s Kincaid and London hatcheries to feed growing muskellunge.  

Hebron Fish Hatchery

Buckeye Executive Airport


Pigeon Roost Farm
4413 National Rd SW
Hebron, OH 43025

Browse our selection of excellent jack-o-lantern carving pumpkins at Pigeon Roost Farm and Great Pumpkin Fun Center in Hebron, Ohio, east of Columbus

Pigeon Roost Farm is a working, family farm, owned and operated by Ralph and Janice Jutte.

The land was part of the Refugee Tract—land set aside by the U.S. Congress in 1783 as a grant for Canadian refugees who aided the Colonies' cause during the Revolutionary War. 

In just those few short years, Pigeon Roost Farm has grown to a favorite fall entertainment center for several thousand families from throughout central Ohio.

Infirmary Mound Park

   4309 Lancaster Road, Granville, OH, 43023
  • 316 Acre park
  • Prehistoric "Infirmary Mound"
  • Picnics and shelter houses
  • Fishing
  • Walking/Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Events (shows, hunter pacing, etc.)
  • Small playground areas
  • Sledding (winter season)
  • Meeting/ gathering facilities
  • Indoor and outdoor rental areas.
Visit here to see the event calendar:

Here are some photos taken of the park