WEST LIBERTY, OHIO
Established in 1817, the historic village of West Liberty is located within an hours' drive of Columbus, Lima, and Dayton, Ohio. The village is positioned midway between Bellefontaine and Urbana, on U.S. 68, in the heart of the "Simon Kenton Corridor."
West Liberty presents a wealth of year-round pleasures for visitors, including: art and gift boutiques, antique shops, sporting goods, consignment shops, local farm markets, a hometown grocery with fresh cut meats and homemade deli selections, and unbeatable homemade candy in a restored railroad depot.
Ancient caverns and castles, ziplining, downhill skiing, horseback riding, camping, canoeing and fishing in one of Ohio's few freshwater trout streams, are located just minutes away.
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