Bainbridge is a village located along Paint Creek in Ross County, Ohio. According to the 2010 Census, the population is around 860. Bainbridge is located in a picturesque valley in Southern Ohio, known as “The Valley of the Kings”. Its beauty is showcased annually the third weekend in October when thousands journey to the village for the Fall Festival of Leaves. While there, many take advantage of the self-guided Skyline Drives around the area.

Bainbridge students attend high school at Paint Valley High School, which has students from the Bainbridge and Bourneville areas. The school mascot is the Bearcat, and the teams play in the Scioto Valley Conference.

Bainbridge is also home of the world’s first Dental School, which is now a museum, opened by Dr. John M. Harris in 1828. Other attractions in the area include Seip Mound, the Hirn House, Paint Creek State Park, and Pike Lake State Park.

Upcoming events

  • No upcoming events available