Blakeslee Log Cabin


At one time, every presidential aspirant had to claim he was born in a log cabin. Since more presidents have come from Ohio than any other state, it seems fitting that this is the place to find out what real log cabin life was like. Going on 200 years old and still standing, the Blakeslee Log Cabin remains on the very spot it was built around 1810. The one story structure's white-wood logs retains 90% of its original materials and design. It's listed on the National Register of Historic Places and you'll find it just north of I-90, off OH 11 at 441 Seven Hills Road. The site is open to the public Saturdays and Mondays from 9 AM to 3 PM and by appointment at other times. (440-993-7846)


441 Seven Hills Rd
Ashtabula, OH 44004


41.84438000, -80.76973400
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(440) 993-7846

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