Plan your visit today!
Logan County is home to crazy fun experiences! From enjoying an exciting boat cruise at Indian Lake to exploring the breathtaking Piatt Castle, Mac-A-Cheek, you are guaranteed to make memories with your family that will last a lifetime. What are you waiting for? Let’s experience Logan County!
Check out all the stops for each location!
Click on each place to pull up a map of all stops separated by Restaurants, Stops, and Things to Do
Logan County's Featured Event
I scream! You scream! We all scream for ice cream! At least, most will be screaming for ice cream after learning about the latest event happening in Logan County.
You and your family (and friends!) are invited to join in on the Ice Cream Trail, featuring 13 different ice cream spots nestled throughout beautiful Logan County. Once you receive a passport, you and your party will have the opportunity to go from destination to destination, collecting stamps on that passport and scoops in your belly! Sound good? The Ice Cream Trail will run through the end of September, so there’s plenty of time to participate.
Now, for the part you’ve all been waiting for . . . the list of locations, and in no particular order:
Shakes at the Lake (Indian Lake)
The Donut Shop (Russells Point)
City Sweets & Creamery (Bellefontaine)
Town Trolley (Huntsville)
Orphan Annie’s (DeGraff)
Ice Cream Parlor (West Liberty)
Firehouse Pizza (Zanesfield)
Dairy Corner (Belle Center)
Honey Bee’s (Lakeview)
Indian Lake State Park (Indian Lake)
Route 33 Eats N’ Treats (Indian Lake)
The Root Beer Stand (Russells Point)
Passports can be picked up at any of the locations listed above or the Logan County Visitors Bureau.
So, come one, come all—everyone is invited to explore the Ice Cream Trail this summer. We guarantee it will be a scrumptious journey to remember.
Only after you’ve collected a stamp from all of the 13 spaces can you bring your passport to the Logan County Visitors Bureau office to claim your special prize. The Logan County Visitors Bureau office can be found at: 100 S Main St, Bellefontaine
Remembering Red – A Tribute to Red Skelton
Fourth Thursday Food Truck Rally & Laker Spirit Tailgate Night
Parking Lot West of Gathering Grounds 327 E. Main St, Russells Point Friday, 5-7pm
They will have vendors with baked goods, onions, leeks, kale, tomato and pepper plants and more! All locally grown or produced in Logan County....yes even those gorgeous cutting boards are made from locally milled wood
Come see what the vendors have been hard at work making for you on Friday 5-7pm in the parking lot next to Gathering Grounds
Be sure to bring the kids too ! All kids ages 3-12 are eligible for $2 for produce each week
Behind Main Street Marketplace 132 S. Detroit St, Bellefontaine Saturday, 8:30-12
Visit Downtown Bellefontaine for fresh local fruits, vegetables, baked goods and much more. Support our local farmers and small business owners.
Parking lot on the corner of Detroit and Chillicothe (across from the post office) Click here for directions.
Dinner with the Reatles