Wyandot County has a rich history starting all the way back to the cave of ancient man where an archeologist from Kent State has been conducting a dig. With the Sandusky River and Tymochtee Creek running through Wyandot County, there are many places to fish. The Upper Sandusky Reservoir, Sandusky River and the Killdeer Plains Reservoir provide some of the places to go boating and canoeing.
There are many places in Wyandot County for families to have picnics and for children to play on the available equipment. A day at any of the parks in Wyandot County would be a fun and memorable day for all.
The Wyandot County Fair is an important family event with business displays, rides, culinary displays, animals, 4-H, FFA, Grange, and scouting booths and "fair food," it is a great place to see friends. Taking place in the fall, it is one of the final events capping off a summer of town festivals in Upper Sandusky, Carey, Nevada, Forest, Wharton, and Sycamore.
Each year, in the fall, the various organizations of historical Wyandot County sponsor an Indian Village. This event is held in the Harrison Smith Park and each year the village represents a different period of time. People portraying Indians and traders of the time period come from all over the country as well as Wyandot County. It is a great educational opportunity and a lot of fun!
Each year Wyandot County hosts the State Corn Husking Contest. During the event, held at the Wyandot County fair grounds, there are artisans demonstrating everyday skills of the past, interesting displays, and lots of good food! This year was a special year because Wyandot County was selected to host the National Con Husking Contest.