Public transportation bypasses Loveland, however, buses do stop in nearby Milford and Symmes Township. Renting a car would prove to be much more reliable and easier than relying on public transportation.
Grailville, 932 O'Bannonville Road, ☎ +1-513-683-2340, . The center desrcibes itself as dedicated to promoting feminism, and a center for spiritual and cultural understanding. edit
Loveland Castle, (Call for directions), ☎ +1-513-683-4686 (email@example.com), . Hours: April - September 30: Daily: 11:00 - 17:00, November - March 31: Weekends only: 11:00 - 17:00. Local resident Harry Andrews built a stone castle on the banks of the Little Miami River in Loveland, Ohio. The castle reflects architecture of medieval castles, because there is no working plumbing and at least one well hidden room. edit
Greater Loveland Historical Society and Museum, 201 Riverside Drive, ☎ +1-513-683-5692, . Friday, Saturday, & Sunday: 13:00 to 16:30 and by appointment. edit
Loveland Canoe & Kayak, 200 Crutchfield Place (Exit 52 off of I-275), ☎ +1-513-683-4611, . The company arranges daily canoeing trips. Please consult the web site for details. edit
Castle Skateland, 980 Loveland-Maderia Road, ☎ +1-513-683-6666, . The Castle Skateland is an enormous roller skating rink available for parties, and occasionally has nights open to the general public. edit
Loveland Stage Company, 111 South 2nd Street, . The Loveland Stage Company has several productions scheduled for each season and has an up-to-date schedule on its website. edit
Rozzi's Fireworks, 11605 North Lebanon Road, ☎ +1-513-683-0620, . June 1- June 18: 10:00 – 20:00, June 19 – July 3: 10:00 – 22:00, July 4: 10:00 – 20:00. Don't blow off a hand with these colorful fireworks. Rozzi's is a famous institution providing services for every single fireworks display in Southwest Ohio. If purchasing fireworks you will have to leave the state to use fireworks, because it's against the law to use most fireworks in Ohio. edit
Running Spot East, 127 West Loveland Avenue (Near the Old Loveland entrance to the Little Miami Bike Trail), ☎ +1-513-831-2378, . Place to go if you want to walk or run the Bike Trail and need some shoes or other accessories. edit
LaRosa's Pizzeria, 901 Loveland-Madeira Road, ☎ +1-513-347-1111 (This is the number for the central call center), . Monday - Thursday: 11:00 - 21:30, Friday - Saturday: 11:00 - 23:30, Sunday: Noon - 21:30. A Cincinnati based pizzeria founded by former boxer Buddy LaRosa. edit
Skyline Chili, 6016 South State Route 48, ☎ +1-513-683-4929, . A Cincinnati area favorite and must eat.edit
Toot's Restaurant, 12191 Montgomery Road, ☎ +1-513-697-9100, . Su. - Th.: 11AM - 11PM. F. - Sa.: 11AM - Midnight. In its heyday, Toot's was a great burger joint that was lively and saw crowds and servers dancing atop bars. Now, the place isn't as popular or fun, but decent burgers can still be had.edit
Mingles Sports Bar & Grill, 1296 State Route 28. edit
Loveland Dairy Whip (Whippy Dip), 611 W Loveland Ave (4 Blocks west of Bike Trail), ☎ 513-683-0992, . 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm. Serving soft serve desserts since 1955. Has sundae concoctions with names like Peanut Butter Krusher, the E.T. Parfay and the Clown. But ask many of our customers and they'll recommend the Chocolate Mountain - chocolate ice cream, hot fudge, chocolate pudding, whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles. edit
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