donuts on a plate for the Butler County Donut Trail

The Ultimate Guide To The Butler County Donut Trail

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The Ultimate Guide To The Butler County Donut Trail

Located in Ohio, the Butler County Donut Trail is a self-guided “donut crawl” spanning 80 miles and 12 different donut shops. If you visit 11 of the 12 donut shops and get your “donut trail passport” stamped at each one, you can turn in the passport to the Butler County Visitors Bureau for a t-shirt.

Since many of these donut shops sell out as early as 10 am, you’ll want to give yourself a couple of days to hit them all. To do this, you’re going to need a hotel room. One of my fave places to find hotels is to use Booking.com. You can book all kinds of lodging here, such as vacation homes, villas, hostels, guesthouses, and traditional hotels. Book your room today.

Shops on the Butler County Donut Trail include:

Central Pastry Shop
1518 Central Ave.,
Middletown, OH 45044

Holtman’s Donuts
9558 Civic Centre Blvd.,
West Chester, OH 45069

Jupiter Coffee & Donuts
5353 Dixie Hwy.,
Fairfield, OH 45014

Kelly’s Bakery
1335 Main St.,
Hamilton, OH 45013

Martin’s Donuts
4 W. State St.,
Trenton, OH 45067

Milton’s Donuts
3533 Roosevelt Blvd.,
Middletown, OH 45044

Mimi’s Donuts & Bakery
2267 Millville Ave.,
Hamilton, OH 45013

Oxford Doughnut Shoppe (Optional)
120 S. Locust St.,
Oxford, OH 45056

Ross Bakery
1051 Eaton Ave.,
Hamilton, OH 45013 or
4421 Hamilton Cleves Rd.,
Hamilton, OH 45013

Stan the Donut Man
7967 Cincinnati Dayton Rd.,
West Chester, OH 45069

The Donut Hole by Milton’s
8268 Princeton Glendale Rd.,
West Chester, OH 45069

The Donut Spot
5148 Pleasant Ave.,
Fairfield, OH 45014

If you’re planning to complete the Butler County Donut Trail in a single day, it’s best you visit any day from Wednesday to Saturday. You’ll also need to start as early as possible, as some donut shops sell out as early as 10 am. Shop hours can vary based on the season, so it’s best to call ahead to be sure it’s open. You can also call the Butler County Visitors Bureau at 513-860-4194 and they can help you plan your tour. A map of the Butler County Donut Trail can help plan your tour, too!

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  • Butler County Donut Trail donut on a plate
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  • Central Pastry Shop on the Butler County Donut Trail
  • Central Pastry Shop on the Butler County Donut Trail
  • Box of donuts from the Butler County Donut Trail
  • Box of donuts from the Butler County Donut Trail

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