WALKING MAP HISTORIC LOVELAND
A great spot to meet friends and warm up. Sign up for wine or beer tastings.
They fill up fast.
RIVER AND TRAIL CENTER IN LOVELAND
GREAT FAMILY ACTIVITIES
Enjoy the Little Miami River as you paddle through some of the most beautiful, natural surroundings in the region. With it's designation as a State and National Scenic River this section of the Little Miami looks much the way it did 200 years ago with rolling, majestic banks, pristine waters and natural vegetation.
Get on the river at Loveland Canoe & Kayak.
There are also programs for every season at the
Little Miami River and Trail Center.
STUDIOS ON MAIN
CLASSY SHOPPING - GREAT AMBIENCE
DINNER AND SHOW
AT THE LOVELAND STAGE COMPANY
Local artists, authors and musicians featured.
Julian's scrumptious deli with complete beer and wine selection.
THE LOVELAND BIKE TRAIL
We love it and you will to!
Famous because of its beauty, length and many amenities. Tourist's mix with locals here. The name Loveland Bike Trail is a term of endearment for what is the Little Miami State Park. A real treasure to our City and State. The Loveland Bike Rental has been growing with the trail almost since the beginning and many families now make this little shop a summer tradition. Check out Swallow Bicycle Works on your way in to town. See you on the trail!
Visit Montgomery Cyclery right on the trail in downtown Loveland. This award winning store welcomes you to their trailside location directly
across the Bike Trail from Bob Roncker's Running Spot.
Parking is not too tough in Loveland. Just be willing to walk a block past charming homes and storefronts. Get a little bit from the bike trail and you can find it on many side streets and smaller lots.
Here is an easy map.
For more on events don't forget to check:
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INTERACTIVE CALENDAR
WELCOME TO HISTORICLOVELAND.COM
This site takes a wide view of Historic Loveland Ohio.
Selected events and tidbits from throughout the town that will be of value to tourist and local alike.
See you around the town. Martin Schickel