What better way to see all of Ohio’s natural beauty than to drive to your Ohio destination?!Getting to Butler County from various Ohio cities is an easy drive from *Columbus ~ 102 Miles *Cleveland ~ 247 Miles *Cincinnati ~ 18 Miles *Toledo ~ 191 Miles *Athens ~ 156 Miles From chain hotels to cabins and bed and breakfasts, Butler County has plenty of options for your weekend getaway!
History: Established in 1803, Butler County holds many historical treasures.
With over 200 years of history in southwest Ohio, Butler County will delight history buffs.
Built in 1869 the bridge spans the Four Mile (Tallawanda) Creek and originally was named the Pugh’s Mill Bridge. The Canal Museum lies on the former route of the Miami-Erie Canal which operated from 1825-1929.
The museum is a replica of the lock tenders house and features artifacts, photographs and videos depicting the importance of Middletown’s past industry and history. The historic town of Hamilton holds many treasures. population began to grow in the early 1800’s, more pioneers moved west and settled in Butler County.
We stayed at the AC Hotel Cincinnati at Liberty Center, conveniently located right off Interstate 75.
Amenities include free Wi-Fi, free parking, fitness facilities, indoor pool and the AC Lounge is the perfect spot to relax after a long day of exploring Butler County.
From local flavors, farm-to-table dining, ethnic foods, coffee shops, bakeries and so much more, I spent the weekend eating my way through Butler County.
With lots of great food choices, I would suggest trying them all!
With 188 buildings nestled upon 2,100 acres, the beautiful campus beckons visitors to take an hour or two to stroll along the historic buildings, Verlin L.
Pulley Carillon and Clock Tower, Beta Bell Tower, the Slant Walk, the Mc Guffey Museum and find the Sundial. Whether escaping a Puzzle Room, enjoying the world’s largest indoor train display with over 2 miles of model train tracks at Enter TRAINment Junction, racing a go-kart at The Web Extreme Entertainment, playing mini-golf at the Fairfield Fun Center, or bouncing and jumping for joy at Jump & Jack’s (12 and under), kids of every age will find amusement in Butler County! Thrill seekers will find plenty of adrenaline pumping adventures throughout Butler County.
Try sky-diving at Start Skydiving, learn how to wakeboard, kneeboard or wakeskate at Wake Nation or participate in a friendly game of paintball at Paintball Country and Cabin Creek Paintball.