City Resources
The City of Waverly has so much to offer,
not only the local resident, but area tourists, as well! Click here for the City History

The City of Waverly is the County Seat for Pike County. The new
“one stop” Pike County Government
Center is located at 230 Waverly Plaza

Area Parks include Canal Park, Walnut Street Park and St Mary’s Lane.

The City of Waverly recently purchased an 86 acre site adjacent Click Image to view larger to Bristol Village Retirement Center and has converted the former farmland into a multi-use park and green space.
Within minutes of downtown Waverly is Lake White, a year round recreational area. This picturesque lake nestled in the rugged hills of southern Ohio was built during the Great Depression by the Works Progress Administration. A century before, the area was part of the Ohio and Erie Canal system.

Waverly is home to National Church Residencies’ “Bristol Village Retirement Community”. The community is presently over 2,000 residents strong.
Waverly offers golfing at Dog Wood Hills and Waverly Golf Club.

The Pike County Arts Guild holds monthly meetings at the Bristol Village Activity Center. The guild strives to plan, develop, and expand cultural arts programs in Pike county.

The Garnet Wilson Library is a full service library right here in Waverly. The Garnet A. Wilson Public Library of Pike County offers many services to adult patrons. The library offers an extensive collection of fiction and nonfiction books, audio cassettes, magazines, and paperbacks, along with a wide variety of science fair materials, for both children and young adults. In addition, the library offers storytime programs for preschoolers Pike Heritage Museumthroughout the year. A schedule of sessions is
available at the library or visit their Website
through the link above.
Pike Heritage Museum, is located at 110 S Market St, and contains written history and artifacts of Pike County.

Area Service Clubs include: Eagles, Waverly Lions Club, American Legion, and Amvets

The largest Employers in the Waverly area are Mills Pride, Brown Corporation, Randall Homes, and Wasau Homes

Pike County Chamber of Commerce is located in Waverly, and Pike County Travel and Tourism is housed in the same building at 12455 St Rt 104.

Waverly City School District encompasses 119 square miles and opened its new K-12 campus site in the fall of 2004. The High School is in Division 3 for both baseball and football, and in the Southern Ohio Conference.

Waverly is located just 15 miles south of Chillicothe (pop. 23,000) on US Route 23 and only 65 miles south of the State Capital of Columbus.