Located in Washington Township along the former Lake Erie & Western Railroad, the village of Arcadia was laid out with 135 lots in 1855 by early settlers Ambrose, David, and Ephraim Peters. The village was incorporated in 1859. With fewer than 300 households today, the community is close-knit and a mid-way point between the cities of Findlay and Fostoria along State Route 12.
Arcadia Local School District’s campus is a landmark situated in the middle of the village with the edifice of the structure still bearing the historic term “Washington Township Centralized School.” A short distance away is a beautiful park and community center. The village is between Findlay and Fostoria.
Oh, and a stop at Kathy’s Korner is a must if you like pie!