Burkettsville is a small town in Ohio, near the US Highway 127. It has a population of just over 200 residents and is one of the most recent communities founded in the counties of Darke or Mercer. Established in 1883, it was founded when the railroad line passed through here, but it has long since dried up. For attractions, shops, and eateries you'll have to head to the nearby towns of Celina. But if you do, you'll find the small town charm unique to friendly Midwest towns.