Welcome to the Village of Loda, Illinois
Welcome to Loda IL Sign Village Hall
100 E. Washington St.
PO Box 146
Loda, IL 60948
Old Town Loda Main Strret Adam Smith House Park Shelter Annual Truck Pull Loda Library
    Oak Street, Loda, IL - late 1800's Adam Smith Home - Built 1855
Addison Goodell 2nd owner 1872
Goodell Park, Loda IL Annual Truck/Tractor Pull A. Herr Smith E.E. Smith Library

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Loda, IL is probably one of the best kept secrets in the Mid-West. This pleasant little village has a population of about 450. Loda is located just off of Interstate 57, completely surrounded by corn and soybean fields. However, to actually drive into Loda, you must use either the Buckley or Paxton exit from Interstate 57 and then travel about 5 miles to Loda on Highway 45.

At one point in time, Loda actually had a population of almost 1200 citizens. Some would say that Adam Smith was the father of the Village. However, after Mr. Smith determined that Loda was not going to payoff financially, he moved on. Addison Goodell purchased the Adam Smith home in 1872. He and his sons tend to receive alot of credit for Loda's longevity.

With a gasoline station in town, a grocery store only 5 minutes away along with neighboring medical care, building supplies, beauty salon... and more, Loda is near the top of the list of the most ideal peaceful living which most people can only dream about!

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