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St. Clair Township Tourism

Lindsey Smoot, Director


15442 Pugh Road, Suite 2

East Liverpool, OH 43920


What to See and Do

St. Clair Township is proud of the beautiful Beaver Creek State Park. It is located in the southeastern corner of Columbiana County, Ohio. In the Mid 1800’s the Sandy & Beaver Creek Canal ran through the area that is now the park. There are several trails along with picnic areas to enjoy the many scenic views the park offers. Bring the kids to feed the ducks at the large pond located next to the Old Gaston’s Mill and the Malone Covered Bridge. Show your children the Old Dailey’s One Room School House to see how children used to live long ago. Make sure you leave time to visit the Vodrey Chapel, William’s House, Beaver Creek Trading Post, Sandy & Beaver Canal, Gaston’s Lock, The Pioneer Village, The Lower Cabin and Applebee’s Blacksmith Shop.

Photo of trees reflecting in the water at Beaver Creek State Park.

Beaver Creek State Park

11991 Echo Dell Road

East Liverpool, Ohio 43920


Peter Metrovich Community Center

15442 Pugh Road

Calcutta, Ohio 43920

For more information please view the Community Center page.

Photo of the front of the Peter Metrovich Community Center.
Photo of picnic areas at Calcutta Community Park.

Calcutta Community Park

Corner of Calcutta Smithferry Road and Sprucevale Road

Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center

12884 Echo Dell Road

East Liverpool, Ohio 43920



Logo for the Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center.

Local History

Historical marker at the site of the death of notorious bank robber Charles Arthur Floyd in 1934.
Historical speaker standing in front of a Ford Model T with Floyd's face pasted in the window.

In October of 1934 St. Clair Township became involved in the Capture of Notorious Bank Robber Charles Arthur “Pretty Boy” Floyd.  Floyd who was on the run with his partner Adam Richetti, was found after an extensive search at the Home of Ellen Conkle just 7 miles North of Calcutta on Sprucevale Road.  It was here that he was shot down by four F.B.I. agents and four East Liverpool policemen.  An historical marker is displayed at the site of his final run.

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