Belmont County (Ohio)
- Martins Ferry
- Powhatan Point
- St. Clairsville
- Belmont Lake
- Peidmont Lake
- Ohio University Eastern
- Belmont Technical College
- I 70, runs E/W through the county. Route 7 goes N/S, along the Ohio River.
- Ohio River.
Pike Island, two locks and a gated dam, one of the two major types of dams in service. Controls the water level in the navigation pool upriver of the dam. Machinery moves large chains which lift gates that are hinged into the body of the piers. The gates are raised or lowered to control the amount of water flowing under them. The upstream pool is maintained at a relatively constant level for an authorized depth of at least 9 feet throughout its length. The dam cannot be operated to control flood flows.
- Jamboree in the Hills [] is one of the largest country music concerts in the Mid-West. Jamboree in the Hills, located near St. Clairsville for 30 years, attracts country music fans from all over the United States and Canada. The Super Bowl of Country Music.
- The National Road Bikeway, St. Clairsville, the only bike trail in Ohio passing through a rail tunnel.
- Lake Shawn []located on State Route 148, six miles west of Powhatan Point, Ohio is a private sportsman's paradise. The 108 acre property one of the best fishing holes in the entire state. Anglers can catch hybrid striped bass as large as 14 pounds along with smallmouth, largemouth, giant bluegills, perch, crappie, trout and silver channel cats. Lake Shawn has two cabins available for rental year round for fishing and deer, turkey and pheasant hunting. People visit Lake Shawn from all over Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia not only because of the great fishing and hunting but rather because it is very private. Only small parties of fisherman and hunters are allowed on the property and it is by reservation only. More information can be found at their website: www.lakeshawn.com or by calling 800.845.0036.
- Harrison County (north)
- Jefferson County (northeast)
- Ohio County, West Virginia (east)
- Marshall County, West Virginia (southeast)
- Monroe County (south)
- Noble County (southwest)
- Guernsey County (west)
This page was last edited at 14:05, on 18 May 2008 by David. Based on work by Brock and Mike Sharp and Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel.