Kenton, Ohio

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Kenton is a city in and the county seat of Hardin County, Ohio, and is located in the west central part of Ohio approximately 57 miles NW of Columbus and 70 miles south of Toledo. The city was named for frontiersman Simon Kenton of Kentucky and Ohio.

Kenton has a variety of attractions and activities. The Hardin County Courthouse is a historical site in the center of the public square. Kenton has one public library, the Mary Lou Johnson Hardin County District Library,which was formerly located in a 1905 Carnegie library. The city also possesses a museum, the Hardin County Historical Museum, located in a near north side historic district. The city also has the Kenton Theater and the Hi-Road Drive-in.

Kenton’s large Amish population sells produce, baked goods, and furniture. The Hardin County Fair is held during the week of Labor Day.

 

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