Dyer Kiln Park

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Dyer Kiln Historic Site

Dyer Kiln Fall Combined Picture

This quaint half-acre historic site was purchased in 1975 by the Parks Commission and developed by the Bellevue community as a bi-centennial project. This kiln, one of the first limestone kilns in the County, was used for burning limestone in the preparation of cement in the late l9th century.

  • Roadside Picnic Area
  • Open Year Round 8 a.m. to dusk
  • Alcohol/Leashed Pets Allowed

Directions to Dyer Kiln Park
I-69 to exit 48 (M-78 Bellevue/Olivet). Turn west on M-78 to Bellevue traffic light. Turn left at light, go 1/2 mile to Sand Rd. and turn left. The park is on the right about l/8 mile.


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