Ohio caverns is the largest and most beautiful of all Ohio Caves and “America’s Most Colorful Caverns”. Visitors will marvel over the exquisite crystal-white stalactite and stalagmite formations and the diversity and unexcelled coloring of formations. A 35-acre park provides shelter houses, picnic area and a playground.
Mac-A-Cheek is located one miles east of West Liberty on SR 245. This limestone mansion was built in the 1800’s as home for the family of Abram S. Piatt and provide visitors the opportunity to learn about their family life and heritage and view original collections of natural history and Native American and military artifacts.
Since 1956, Marie's Candies has been making the finest homemade chocolates. Now at home in a restored historical train depot, the cozy candy shop will fill your senses with beautiful displays and the delightful aromas and tastes of over 80 varieties of candies. Associates greet you with freshly made chocolate samples.
Extends from Springfield to Bellefontaine, passing through the West Liberty community. The 17-mile trail extension that extends the SKT from Urbana past West Liberty and on to Bellefontaine, was completed in November 2014
Located on State Route 245 East, the park is situated along scenic Onion Creek, a Mad River tributary, and is home of the Lion’s Labor Day Festival and Mac-O-Chee Quarter Midget Racing Association. Ball diamonds, horseshoe pits, walking track and picnic shelters make the park an enjoyable site for family and community activities.
Our safely guided tours will consist of our guests descending 33 feet underground, where each guest will be fitted with their own helmet and headlamps to guide the way. This is a unique adventure, to be explored in the most primitive sense. You will crawl, climb and walk as you discover splendid stalactites, stalagmites, soda straws, columns, flow stones, curtains and more! The ancient cavern boasts a “red room” that will astound all visitors. Come and experience this adventure of a lifetime!
FLAG OF STONE
Located in West Liberty's Town Hall 201 N. Detroit St. West Liberty, OH 43357 (937) 465-2716 Hours are M, T, TH, F 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, W 8:00-12:00 pm Closed 12:00 – 1:00 for lunch
Roberto Torres Sr. of Florida built this Flag of Stone to honor the victims and the heroes of 9/11. Made of granite and tile and weighing 200 pounds, the 6-foot-tall flag is displayed in West Liberty Town Hall, thanks to area businesses funding transportation costs and Jamie Shaffner, Kenneth Lancaster and Laymon Wilder’s transporting the memorial. With the display is a folder containing pictures of the making of the flag.
Gomer Bear Free Library
8908 US Highway 68 North West Liberty, Ohio 43357 (Located 1/4 mile SOUTH of West Liberty on 68, between Liberty Motors & Yoder Concrete. Look for the Project Teddy Bear & Friends sign in front of tree by the driveway.)
Lions Club Park's address is: 576 Township Rd 174, West Liberty, OH 43357 (with additional entrances to the park located on Pickrelltown Road and St. Rt. 245 East)
A new Spray and Play Splash Pad is coming to West Liberty's Lions Club Park in 2020. The splash pad will be open during park hours from Memorial Day through Labor Day and admission is free to the public. The grand opening date is May 23, 2020.