Visitor Information

Yellow Springs is a fun place to visit for shopping, dining, and abundant recreation. Situated on US Rt. 68 in Greene County, the town is about six miles from either I-70 or I-675. Its size and small town atmosphere notwithstanding, 60 shops and a dozen eateries fill the compact, quite walkable, three blocks of downtown. In addition, Glen Helen Nature Preserve, John Bryan State Park, Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve, and Young's Jersey Dairy are all nearby. The Little Miami Scenic Bikepath runs along the eastern edge of town.

Visitors also enjoy the highly popular Yellow Springs Street Fair, an outdoor festival held each year on the second Saturday of both June and October in the downtown.

Public restrooms, information center, and the Chamber of Commerce office are housed in the replica of our 1880 train station, located downtown on the bikepath.

Group tours are welcome; we suggest weekdays since weekends are very crowded in Yellow Springs. Contact the Chamber for additional information and assistance.

Please also check out the Visit Yellow Springs website for things to do in the area.

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