Saint Johns, Ohio

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For the community in Mercer County, see Maria Stein, Ohio.
Location of Saint Johns, Ohio
An old house in Saint Johns

Saint Johns is a census-designated place located along the border between the Union and Clay townships of Auglaize County, Ohio, United States.[1] As of the 2010 census it had a population of 185.[2]

It is located between Indian Lake and Wapakoneta at the intersection of U.S. Route 33 and State Route 65. Served by the Wapakoneta City School District, the zip code for Saint Johns is 45884.


The area consists of a post office, a Methodist church, a volunteer fire department, and a grain elevator. In the center of Saint Johns, on the corner of Center Street and Walnut Street, is a memorial recognizing this place to be known as Blackhoof's Last Home.[3] It was once inhabited with Indians, mostly Shawnee. Artifacts, such as arrow heads, can still be found along creek beds and in wooded areas.


Coordinates: 40°33′20″N 84°04′49″W / 40.55556°N 84.08028°W / 40.55556; -84.08028