Track Rocks Preserve is an area in the outskirts of Barnesville that contains over 100 different carvings likely made by members of the ancient Adena tribe. In these illustrations, you can see deer tracks, stars or stretched hides, and enigmatic quadrupeds. People had painted over the glyphs before the Archaeological Conservancy obtained the site in 2000 through a donation from Consol Energy. The paint does make the glyphs stand out; however, it also makes it difficult to discover the true past of these interesting carvings. Though it has been painted over and touched by modern hands throughout the years of discovery, these glyphs are some of the best preserved pieces of ancient art in Ohio. Track Rocks Preserve is open to the public for viewing and is a great piece of history to see right here in Barnesville.