Alligator Effigy Mound (Hill) is an effigy mound in Granville, Ohio. The mound is believed to have been built between AD 800 and 1200 by people of the Fort Ancient culture. The mound was likely a ceremonial site, as it was not used for burials. Effigy mounds were built more often by ancient indigenous peoples located in the areas of the present-day states of Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin than in the Ohio area, and many have survived there.
This historic landmark has served as a winter wonderland for several generations of Granvillians. Often when school was cancelled due to snow, Alligator Hill would be overtaken by toboggan wearing teenagers ready to race to the bottom.
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