Some of the cities, towns, and places in Morrow County are Bennington, Bloomfield, Blooming Grove, Canaan, Candlewood Lake, Cardington, Chester, Chesterville, Climax, Congress, Denmark, Edison, Fargo, Franklin, Fulton, Galion, Gilead, Harmony, Iberia, Johnsville, Lincoln, Marengo, Mount Gilead, North Bloomfield, North Woodbury, Pagetown, Perry, Peru, Pulaskiville, Saint James, Shauck, Shawtown, South Bloomfield, South Woodbury, Sparta, Steam Corners, Troy, Vails Corners, Washington, West Liberty, West Point, Westfield, Williamsport
Morrow County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. As of the 2010 census, the population was 34,827. Its county seat is Mount Gilead. The county was organized in 1848 from parts of four neighboring counties and named for Jeremiah Morrow who was the Governor of Ohio from 1822 to 1826. Shawnee people used the area for hunting purposes before white settlers arrived in the early 19th century.
Morrow County is included in the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area.
In 2010, the center of population of Ohio was located in Morrow County, near the village of Marengo.Morrow County's historic World War I Victory Shaft, unique in the United States, is located in the center of downtown Mount Gilead. Other areas interesting to the tourist include: Mount Gilead State Park; Amish farms and businesses near Johnsville and Chesterville; the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course near Steam Corners; the rolling Allegheny foothills of eastern Morrow County; the site of the birthplace of President Warren G. Harding near Blooming Grove; the site of the former Ohio Central College in Iberia; the early 19th-century architecture of buildings in Chesterville, Ohio; the Revolutionary War Soldiers' Memorial in Mount Gilead; the Civil War monument in Cardington; and the mid-19th-century architecture of the Morrow County Courthouse and Old Jail in Mount Gilead.