A hometown hobby store that has a great group of players that are involved in every game under the sun. Dungeons and Dragons, Warhammer, ShadowRun, G.U.R.P.S. and everything in between. Buy/Sell/Trade video games, Magic the Gathering Cards, Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon. We hold Friday NIght Magic every week as well as Commander on Thursday nights at 7 […]
15 miles of single track nestled in the shadow of Bob Evans Farm and the University of Rio Grande. Completely volunteer maintained this noodle bowl of trails offers premier hiking and mountain biking. This is a no horse or motorized vehicle area. Previous Next
Market vendors offer spring plants and produce throughout the summer and market season, but they also have jams, jellies, artisan bread, jewelry, goat milk soaps and lotions, jewelry, dog treats, sweet treats, honey, and more. All products are handmade or hand-grown around the Rio Grande area. Opening Day with food truck Naughty Lobstah: May 6th
A local urban escape where you and your friends, can celebrate special occasions, get creative, mix up your weekly routine and complete a wall-worthy sign while having fun. We offer family friendly workshops, girls night out, drop in and paint, as well as private events! Friendly trained instructors guide you step by step, you choose
NOW OPEN! The Gallipolis Hocking Valley Railroad Freight Station, 918 Third Avenue, was built in 1901. The station remained a bustling freight depot for the area through the ownership of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway as well as the Baltimore and Ohio and the Chessie System. The station was closed by CSX in late 1981.