Most People Don’t Know These 10 Super Tiny Towns In Ohio Exist

Have you ever wondered where the smallest towns in Ohio are? You’re not alone. According to City-Data.com, the following towns are some of the smallest towns in Ohio—with populations of less than 300. In fact, most people don’t even know they exist. See if you’ve heard of (or driven through) any of these towns before:

Did you know these towns existed? Do you live in any of them? What do you love about your small town? Let us know in the comments below!

For more of the best tiny towns in Ohio, check out our previous article: 14 Small Towns In Rural Ohio That Are Downright Delightful.

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Smallest Towns in Ohio

June 19, 2019

What is the smallest town in Ohio?

Small towns are some of the best towns in Ohio to live in. According to CityData.com, Radnor is the smallest village in Ohio. For a list of other small villages and towns in Ohio, click here. 

How many towns are in Ohio?

According to WorldPopulationReview.com, Ohio is home to 169 cities with populations that range from 10,000 – 100,000. There are 938 towns and villages, also known as incorporated municipalities. 

What is the oldest town in Ohio? 

The best small towns in Ohio have some of the richest history. The historic riverboat town of Marietta, Ohio is known as the first permanent settlement of the Northwest Territory—and it’s unbelievably charming. The town borders West Virginia and is nestled along the banks of both the Muskingum and Ohio River. It’s known for its Victorian-style houses, rich history, European ambience, brick streets and sternwheelers. Marietta was named in honor of the Queen of France, Marie Antoinette. Today, the small city is home to about 14,000 residents.