Johnstown, OH


Johnstown is a small village thirty minutes northeast of Columbus on Highway 62. It’s everything you could want from a small Midwestern town: a relaxed atmosphere, an attractive main street lined with locally-owned storefronts, and mom-and-pop diners and watering holes where you’re sure to run into someone you know. The village is also home to some unique attractions, including the Alley Art studio and the Butternut Farm Wildcat Sanctuary. The T.J. Evans Bike Trail provides a scenic paved route for cyclists to explore the area.

2 Neighborhoods in Johnstown, OH

  • Downtown Johnstown

    Downtown Johnstown is about 40 minutes northeast of Columbus, and the tree-filled streets have a somewhat rural appeal with the amenities of a small town. Most commercial activities take place along South Main Street and Johnstown-Utica Road, with the Old Horseshoe Restaurant and Tavern a particular local favorite for its shrimp and grits and other home-style food. The Hot Spot Coffee House and the Main Street Cafe enjoy a solid reputation for good food and good coffee as well.

  • Leafy Dell

    Johnstown's Leafy Dell neighborhood exudes that small-town Americana atmosphere in a beautiful, wooded setting. Tidy subdivisions line the quiet streets, separated by lush green space and rolling hills. Leafy Dell is less than a mile north of downtown Johnstown, a charming historic shopping and dining district boasting a definite Western flair, complete with false-front buildings and wrought-iron balconies. When you crave the big city, your Leafy Dell apartment will put you roughly 25 miles from Downtown Columbus.