The nearest commercial passenger air service to Hamilton is at either Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG IATA) or Dayton International Airport (DAY IATA), both located approximately 50 miles away.
The Butler County Regional Airport (KHAO), located in Hamilton, provides services for small private aircraft.
There is not currently (as of January 2013) any scheduled passenger rail service to Hamilton or Butler County, although Amtrak's Cardinal runs through the county three times per week. The nearest Amtrak station is located at Union Terminal in Cincinnati.
US 127 runs north-south through Hamilton, connecting the city with Eaton and Greenville to the north and Fairfield and Cincinnati to the south. Ohio 129 crosses Hamilton west to east, with the portion east of the city constructed as a limited-access highway, providing a direct connection to Interstate 75 near West Chester.
Other state highways in Hamilton include Ohio 4 to Fairfield and Middletown, Ohio 128 southwest to Ross and Cleves, and Ohio 177 northwest to Richmond, Indiana.
- Wings and Rings
- Flubs (ice cream)
Downtown restaurants include Ryan's Tavern, diners Kostas and Ohio Lunch, Pappa Luigi's pizza, Kofenya coffeehouse, and McDonald's. Across the river to the west, one finds establishments such as Riverbank Café, Offering's Holy Grounds Café, and True West Coffee. As you travel further east along High Street, there are more chain restaurants, including Wendy's, Taco Bell, Subway, Waffle House, White Castle, and local favorites Jocko's and Taqueria Paisano's.
|Routes through Hamilton|
|Van Wert ← Greenville ← Jct W E ←||N S||→ Fairfield → Cincinnati|