Sorry for the long time in replying. Have not been active for awhile. Yes! now that you mention it, I seem to remember the long gravel drive. I think I found a remnant of it just at the south end of the little park that is just north of where the "Scioto" used to be. I do remember some mechanical games in the entrance and near the bar. I was there on a second date, with my future wife, and as we were leaving, just east of the parking lot, she said "John, look at the cats"!
There must have been twenty of them, and they, all ages, were so much alike, they had to have been inbred. We stopped and petted a few of them. Interesting. They don't have places like the "Scioto" any more.
Thanks, so much for the memories, David. The very best to you.
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Can you describe the Scioto Trail Inn? The time, (prior to 1980) was so long, ago, my memory is fuzzy.
I'm glad this topic came up, though somehow I've missed it for 4 years! I never made it to Scioto Trails. I know it used to be somewhat legendary, and remember hearing that Dicky Dick (Victory's, The Grandview Inn) had purchased it at one point, that neighbors became concerned and got it shut down. It was very controversial.
The last time I searched for the Scioto Trail Inn/Bar/whatever, I came up empty. But today, courtesy of something called UAarchives.org, there's an artists rendering:
This link(where the image comes from) confirms some of what I remembered about the place and adds a bit more.