Lexington is a village in Mid-Ohio, Richland County in the state of Ohio. It is a bedroom community for Mansfield. During the summer months, visitors come from all over the world to visit Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. It is a high dollar race track, visited by hi-rolling race fans, sponsers and racers.
The race track is in a beautiful, partially wooded setting,
attracting families from all over. Clearfork Reservoir , has many amenities, including camping, boating, sailing and fishing. The reservoir is stocked with many fish including muskies.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (IATA:CLE), PH: (216) 265-6030. . Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is Cleveland's main airport, located on the west side of the city. The airport is served by most of the major domestic airlines, and it is one of Continental Airlines' three U.S. hubs as well.
Port Columbus International Airport (IATA:CMH), 4600 International Gateway, Columbus, PH: (614) 239-4083, . Port Columbus International Airport is served by all the major airlines, with direct flights to most major American cities.
Interstate 71 exit 165 at State Route 97 (Lexinton-Bellville exit), go West on State Route 97 to U.S. Route 42.
From the North:
Interstate 71 exit 176 at U.S. Route 30 (Mansfield-Wooster exit), go West on U.S. Route 30 to County Road 330 (Fourth Street Crestline exit), go East to State Route 314, South to Steam Corners Road, turn East.
Note: State Route 314 is travelled heavily by Amish in Buggies, the road is hilly with many blind spots. Ohio State Patrol is relentless on this road during Mid-Ohio races.
There is no public transportation in Lexington. It is located in a rural area, driving is easy and pleasurable, execept on race weekends when thousands show up for Mid-Ohio races. Great crowd, mostly families.
Lexington Blueberry Festival, Plymouth St. (The Lexington Blueberry Festival is always held every year in August at Lexington Park on Plymouth Street in Lexington, Ohio), ☎ +1 419-631-3621 (firstname.lastname@example.org), . edit
Richland B & O Bike Trail, ☎ +1 419-884-3764, . The bike trail is over 18 miles long, paved on the abandoned Ohio B&O Rail Road bed. It is well maintained and protected. It runs from Mansfield through Lexington, to Butler through one of Ohio's most scenic areas.edit
Richland County Museum, 51 W. Church St., ☎ +1 419-884-2230, . The museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts from two centuries of Richland County's history. The museum is open from May to October on Sundays from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.edit
The Blueberry Patch, 1285 W. Hanley Rd. (Located just off US Route 42), ☎ +1 419-884-1797 (email@example.com, fax: +1 419-884-1798), . The u-pick blueberry season is open from early July to September and the u-pick raspberry season is open from mid August to frost. The Blueberry Patch has a gift shop, blossoms cafe, greenhouse and a nursery.edit
If you are not from the area and are feeling adventurous, drive west about 1 mile to SR 314. Head south on 314. From this point south to Chesterville, approx. 15 miles, all of the intersecting roads past Johnsville, lead to Amish farms. If you are vigilant, you will notice a few bakeries, tack shops, truck farms, hardwood furniture sales, and such. Feel free to visit where signs offer items for sale. This is a great spot to buy fresh vegetables, maple syrup, eggs and other items that will be appreciated at Mid-Ohio races. It is best to have small bills in hand before starting.