A Charming Town In Ohio, Yellow Springs Is Perfect For A Summer Day Trip

There are a few things that all summer day trips in Ohio need; beautiful scenery, one-of-a-kind shopping, and delicious ice cream. (Am I right? Or, am I right?) Fortunately, there’s a charming town in Ohio where you can experience all of this and more. If you’ve yet to visit Yellow Springs, you’re truly missing out. It’s home to a population of approximately 3,513 residents, Antioch College, a colorful downtown, a working dairy farm, the nearby John Bryan State Park and, and, you guessed it, the official “Yellow Spring” the town is named after. This artsy little town offers unique shops, local eateries and small town life at its finest—but the nature scene really thrives here too.

Have you ever been to charming town in Ohio before? What was your experience like? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments!

For more beautiful small towns in Ohio, check out our previous article; These 13 Perfectly Picturesque Small Towns In Ohio Are Delightful.

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Address: Village Artisans Co-Op, 100 Corry St, Yellow Springs, OH 45387, USA
Address: 215 Xenia Ave, Yellow Springs, OH 45387, USA
Address: Glen Helen Nature Preserve, 405 Corry St, Yellow Springs, OH 45387, USA
Address: Young's Jersey Dairy, 6880 Springfield Xenia Rd, Yellow Springs, OH 45387, USA
Address: John Bryan State Park, 3790 OH-370, Yellow Springs, OH 45387, USA
Address: Historic Clifton Mill, 75 Water St, Clifton, OH 45316, USA
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Charming Town In Ohio

May 24, 2020

What are the most charming small towns in Ohio?

There are many incredible small towns in Ohio, and you will find that The Buckeye State is diverse in terms of its culture. Chagrin Falls near Cleveland has a waterfall in the center of town, but if you’re craving something more rural, check out a few of our countryside communities.

What is the largest city in Ohio?

Good things come in small packages, but in Ohio, bigger is breathtaking, too. Columbus, the state capital, is the biggest community in Ohio with circa 892,533 residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

What is the oldest town in Ohio?

Yellow Spring has quite a bit of history, but it’s certainly not the first town to be settled in Ohio. Martins Ferry is the oldest European-settled town in Ohio, having been settled as far back as 1779. This community could have been even older, but the French and Indian War slowed down settlement.