The center of Logan County, Ohio is a town that's been slowly reinventing itself. Bellefontaine has become a model for a mix of public and private investment that can reinvigorate small towns. The end result for you: interesting places to eat, shop, and play!
Food & Drink
Brewfontaine: solid pub grub and selection of craft beers
City Sweets & Creamery: donuts, ice cream, and other treats!
The Flying Pepper: started as a food truck and found a home in downtown Bellefontaine
Native Coffee Co.: excellent local coffee shop
The Syndicate: set in an old Jackson's News Stand, The Syndicate serves up creative food and drink, including weekend brunch!
Downtown Bellefontaine: the organization dedicated to revitalizing the city. Great resource!
Four Acre Clothing Company: fun and expressive apparel
The Fun Company: delightful store for kids of all ages
Parks & Attractions
The Oldest Paved Street in America: George Bartholomew first paved Court Street in 1893, and you can see some of the original paving there
Campbell Hill: just north of town is the highest point in Ohio, at 1550 feet above sea level
Simon Kenton Trail: Bellefontaine is the northern terminus of this trail that extends south 32 miles to Urban and Springfield
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Biking, Beer, & Brunch in Bellefontaine
A day trip that started with brunch, continued through shopping and a bike ride, and finished with beer and a few unique sights.