Old Hilliard

Old Hilliard is the core of our community. Recently revitalized and transformed from an old train station, Old Hilliard is more happening than ever. It’s where the community connects through shopping, dining and a constant flow of unique events. Originally located between Piqua and Indiana Railroad station, Old Hilliard was originally called Hilliard’s Station and served as an ideal shipping point for agricultural products. The original train station has been restored and is a part of the Historical Village located in Weaver Park.

 

Hilliard’s Station Park is located in Old Hilliard and is a hot spot of activity, especially during the summer months. Visit our city events calendar to find out about our latest events.

The city revitalized Old Hilliard because its history is important to who we are as a city. We believe that the revitalization of this district provides a place for our residents to connect and share in experiences that will strengthen our bond as a community.

There is plenty of available street parking, plus designated municipal lots off Center and Wayne Streets.

Hilliard’s Station Park has year-round events that connect the community and provide opportunities to make memories that will last for years to come. To learn more about these or other community events, visit our events calendar.

A DORA is a designated outdoor refreshment area where residents age 21+ may purchase and carry alcohol.

Residents age 21+ may purchase and carry alcohol within a designated outdoor refreshment area (DORA) at Hilliard’s Station Park during Celebration at the Station and Saturdays at the Station. To participate, purchase an alcoholic drink from one of the vendors listed below and enjoy it outdoors within the DORA boundaries. Alcoholic drinks must be served in designated plastic cups. No cans, glass bottles or outside drinks are permitted.

The official DORA Vendors are Otie’s Tavern & Grill, Abner’s Casual Dining, The Old Bag of Nails Pub, Sports on Tap, Local Cantina, Starliner Diner and Legacy Smokehouse.