New Carlisle offers more shopping and dining options than you would expect in a so-called small town.

From the moment you arrive until it is time to leave, you won’t feel like a visitor in New Carlisle…
You’ll feel like it’s home!

Take a nature hike at George Rogers Clark park, or go biking on one of the local bike paths.

After you arrive, be sure to stop by the historic downtown New Carlisle and explore. Originally called Monroe in 1810, New Carlisle has been a center of trade and commerce for nearly 200 years.

New Carlisle is named one of the Top 35 Best Places to Raise a Family in the Dayton region! Come take a nature hike at George Rogers Clark park, go biking on one of the local bike paths, or take a stroll through historic downtown New Carlisle. The center of town is filed with historic building and continues to thrive and evolve with many of the buildings now home to gift shops and antique stores.

A great place to stop by and enjoy a hot cup ‘o Joe and some good company is Penny Lane Art Gallery and Coffee Shop. Serving locally roasted coffee and featuring hometown artists, this is a jewel not to be missed.

There are many small towns in America, but New Carlisle is by no means run of the mill. It provides you with quaint shops, savory meals in downtown restaurants and opportunities to escape the hustle and bustle of your life. Enjoy the simple life and make your way to New Carlisle…

 

For more information on New Carlisle and the surrounding region, check out some of these articles:

Welcome to New Carlisle, OH – hope you’ll come to stay!
A Glimpse Into Aunt Glenna’s Kitchen and the World Beyond
Listen to A Christmas Carol
A Message from the Kitchen of Aunt Glenna