Located just 9 miles southeast of Lancaster,
Hide-a-way Hills, a gated, resort community,
is the escape
you've been looking for. . .

For those of you traveling from the north -

Lancaster Bypass Project is completed. It shortens the drive from Columbus to under 1 hour! Just Exit at Tarkiln Road, turn east, continue through the traffic light to Horns Mill Road.

Traffic on U.S. Route 33 has increased nearly 70 percent over the last ten years.

This project has created a new, twelve mile interstate lookalike highway that bypasses Lancaster to the southwest.

Interchanges are constructed at Coonpath Road, State Route 188, U.S. 22, and Tarkiln Road.

This corridor enhances mobility and safety throughout southeast Ohio by eliminating traffic lights and intersecting roadways.

The estimated cost for the bypass including right-of-way, engineering, and construction costs is $158 million.

 

Click here to see By-Pass Project plans

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