Loveland: Ohio’s Beloved Small City
Located fifteen miles from Cincinnati, Ohio, Loveland is located in portions of Hamilton County, Clermont County, and Warren County. With a population of approximately 12,700 residents, Loveland is a small city within the Cincinnati Metro Area. In terms of its history, Loveland was named after James Loveland, who once operated the major general store and post office near the downtown area. As a former railroad town on the Little Miami Scenic Trail, residents love to explore Loveland's natural beauty through activities like hiking and horseback riding. Fast forward to modern day, and Loveland has become a destination for families and working professionals alike. Residents will find an array of dining options from the low-brow, yet delectable eats found at Balance Cafe & Smoothies to the elevated pub fare at Buck's Tavern. If you're searching for activities aside from touring the local food scene, many attractions appeal to children, such as Castle Skateland and Loveland Stage Company, which puts on numerous performances throughout the year. Not to mention, Cincinnati is under 30 minutes from our community. There, you'll find all the destinations, activities, and events unique to a bustling, vibrant urban center.