Pioneer Village, Quaker Settler Log Houses, and Caesar Creek Meetinghouse

Buildings are only open during special event weekends, but you are always welcome to explore the property. See for a calendar of dates.

Many of the preserved or relocated log buildings were built by early Quaker settlers in the Waynesville area. Caesars Creek Friends Meeting was established in 1805. This Meeting House was built in 1849 on a bluff on the west bank of the Caesar's Creek Gorge. It was remodeled in 1906 and the partition removed. Due to the building of the lake, the Meeting closed in 1967. In 1975 the Meeting House was moved 15 miles to Pioneer Village and set on a new foundation to serve as part of this Outdoor Museum.

Take time to walk around the circle of preserved buildings from the early 1800s, and read the signs on each one.



3999 Pioneer Village Road, Waynesville OH 45068