I visited this small, quiet, and unique Adena Mound when I was attending the Amateur Radio Hamvention in 2017. It is just about a 1/2 mile east of Xenia High School. Take Highlander Drive south off of Kinsey Road. These pictures were taken from the Mound Ct. Cul-de-sac just off of Highlander Drive. You can park on the Cul-de-sac, but not directly in front of the mound entryway according to the road parking signs. I was able to walk around the mound and see some of the encircling embankment which I believe may qualify this site to be called a Henge or Hengiform monument. There are some trails that lead down to the Oldtown Creek and loop through the small preserve. Lat/Long Coordinates are (39.710474,-83.912942). Click on the images to see a larger view.
Rig was Yaesu FT-817 running 5 watts with NUE-PSK Modem. 12v power supplied by Duracell Powerpack 600 with a 30W solar panel charging the unit. Antenna was Loop on a portable 10 meter high fiberglass composite mast. The loop antenna and mast was manufactured in Germany by Walter Spieth (DK9SQ). Its official name: SQ Loop and Fiberglas Teleskop Tower. The antenna tuner was a QRP 15 watt maximum Z match / transmatch sold as a kit: Emtech ZM-2.