Population: 992 (2013 estimate)
The Village of Thornville offers a quiet country setting with a convenient location.
Nestled in the northwest corner of Perry County, Ohio, just 3 miles south of Interstate 70, the Village of Thornville is conveniently located minutes from Lancaster, Newark, and Zanesville. Village visitors are encouraged to stop and enjoy shopping, dining, and entertainment offered by Thornville's friendly local businesses.
Throughout the year, Thornville hosts the Thorndunker Tournament, the Lions Country Craft Fair, and a variety of parades. For more information on upcoming events, please view contact the Village office. In addition to Thornville's community events, visitors and residents can enjoy the many surrounding amenities including Buckeye Lake with fishing, swimming, boating, waterfowl hunting and more. Just north is Dawes Arboretum which offers greater than 3,000 species of trees, shrubs, and other plants. Head south to the expansive 4,500 acre Perry State Forest, offering the state's largest ATV area, as well as over 18 miles of horseback riding trails.
Stop by today and experience for yourself the small village charm of Thornville, Ohio.