Looking to travel back in time?

You haven’t far to go! The Crabill Homestead is open the second week of every month from April to October, 1PM – 5PM.

About the Homestead

The Crabill Homestead was completed in 1826 as a new brick & timber home to replace the log cabin that had been the residence of David & Barbara Crabill. This homestead was built in a plain Federal style popular in the east and modified for the frontier. An attached kitchen completed the home, separated from the five-room main structure by three walls of brick to protect the house from fire. Today, the Crabill Homestead is the oldest home in Clark County still accessible to the public.

This historic site is now managed by the Clark County Historical Society.