Ohio August 27, 2016
10 Small Towns In Ohio That Offer Nothing But Peace And Quiet
If you’ve ever thought about moving to a smaller town to get away from it all, then this list is for you. Ohio is home to several quaint, peaceful small towns that are beautiful places to live. Here are 10 small towns in Ohio that offer nothing but peace and quiet:
Home to the breathtakingly beautiful Mohican State Park, Loudonville is a true gem for nature lovers. The Mohican River flows right through the town and park. Popular activities here include smallmouth bass fishing, canoeing and hiking. For an unforgettable visit, rent a nearby cabin for a quiet, overnight getaway.
Even though tragedy rocked the quiet town earlier this year, Piketon remains a hidden gem nestled along the Scioto River. With a population of about 2,158, chances are, everyone here knows your name, where you went to school and who your family is.
This Mahoning County town of 7,471 residents is marked by low crime rates, a fairly low cost of living and close proximity to multiple local amenities.
With a population of just 1,032 and a total area of 0.37 square miles, the people of this Ross County village are likely on a first-name basis.
Mostly known for its Dennison Railroad Depot Museum, this lovely village of approximately 2,655 residents in Tuscarawas County is home to rich history, charm and friendly people.
This Middlefield Township village is most known for being the center of one of the world's largest Amish settlements.
Along the banks of the Maumee River is Perrysburg, home to Fort Meigs, the largest wooden wall fortification in North America. In addition to rich history and cultural entertainment, crime rates are very low, making it one of Ohio's safest places to live.
Between Barlow and Marietta, you'll find the small unincorporated community of Fleming, surrounded by serene farmland.
Milan is the proud home of the birthplace of the famous American inventor Thomas A. Edison (pictured.) Milan is a village in both Erie and Huron counties, with a population of approximately 1,351.
Know for its Strawberry Festival, the Ashtabula County Fair and the Covered Bridge Festival, this quaint village serves as the county seat.
Are you from any of these towns? For more beautiful small towns in Ohio, check out our previous article,
Here Are The 14 Most Beautiful, Charming Small Towns In Ohio.