Brief History

In the early 1800s, the 130 acre plot of land, now known as Bunker Hill Golf Course, was purchased for the purpose of farming. It was at that time the existing barn and house were built at historical Hamilton Corner.

In the early 1900s, the Bunker Hill Inn was built as a place for those traveling down State Route 42, leading from Cleveland to Columbus. With fine dining and a relaxing environment, the Bunker Hill Inn was a great destination for families and traveling businessmen.

In 1927, a 9-hole golf course was built on the property as an additional attraction for guests of the Inn. The property was sold in 1939 and purchased by Beneta and Roger Ingraham.

On December 14th, 1958. the Inn was destroyed by a catastrophic fire. The Marysville Journal-Tribune reported that "Only a scorched chimney was left after firemen waged a two and a half hour battle in the freezing weather to save the Inn."

In the 1960s, construction was completed on the second 9, making Bunker Hill a championship 18-hole course.

A redesign of the course was done in the 1990s including the new construction of Holes #3 and #4 and alteration of several others. An addition was also made to clubhouse, adding the bar and restaurant and an Indoor Golf facility with 7 Full Swing Golf Simulators.

Bar and Grille Hours

Monday - Sunday 10:00am - 11:00am breakfast buffet $7 & 11:30am - 1:00pm lunch buffet $7

Monday - Saturday 5:00pm - 8:00pm off limited menu and daily specials.

Closed Sundays after lunch buffet.