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Ohio Assn. of Convention & Visitors Bureau
OACVB is a resource for destination marketing organizations in Ohio to maximize the economic impact of tourism via effective communication, cooperative marketing, industry education, legislative awareness, issues management, trend identification, and professional development.
Huntington Center 41 South High Street
Columbus, OH 43215

T (888) 505-9552

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Silverton
Silverton was first incorporated in March of 1905, but it had been a train and railroad stop associated with Cincinnati for many years prior. Today, Silverton is an inner ring suburb of the City of Cincinnati. Silverton is located just fifteen minutes from downtown, ten minutes from uptown, and three minutes from Kenwood Mall. This community is the region’s largest village, as well as, the most racially integrated. Silverton has a perfect combination of community characteristics. It is diverse, inclusive, safe, authentic, convenient, accessible, and affordable.
6860 Plainfield Road
Silverton, OH 45236

T 513-792-6560

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Springfield Township
At the center-most point in Hamilton County, Springfield Township is the place over 36,000 people call home. The heart of Springfield Township spans area from North Bend Road, through the county’s second largest park. Winton Woods. Springfield Townships is the perfect mix of urban and suburban lifestyle with a wide range of housing and a growing arts presence. Best yet, with access to I-75, Cross County Highway, and I-275, Springfield Township is a short drive to the biggest sporting events, shopping destinations, entertainment venues, universities, and restaurants the area has to offer.
9150 Winton Road
Cincinnati, OH 45231

T (513) 522-1410

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Sycamore Township
Sycamore Township attracts visitors from all over the Cincinnati Metropolitan area with its shopping, office/retail space availability and convenience, restaurants, and park facilities. Situated between two major highways (I-71& I-75) Sycamore Township is only minutes away from downtown, museums, the arts, major sporting events, theme parks, airports and more. Life in Sycamore Township just isn’t what it used to be. Two-hundred years ago, the 7-square miles of present day Township land were nothing but farms and wilderness. Today, Sycamore Township is a thriving community of 20,000 residents and hundreds of businesses with all the advantages of central suburban living and a few more besides.
8540 Kenwood Rd.
Sycamore Township, OH 45236

T (513) 791-8447

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Symmes Township
Symmes Township, one of Ohio’s most historic and scenic communities, was formed in 1824 from the eastern portion of Sycamore Township and bears the name of John Cleves Symmes. Symmes, in 1788, made the "Miami Purchase" which led to the founding of Cincinnati. Within the township’s 41.8 square miles in northeastern Hamilton County you’ll fine beautiful neighborhoods, an abundance of green space, a wide range of shopping and dining options, as well as a thriving business community. Symmes Township is home to several popular points of interest. Such as, Chateau LaRoche, a European castle in Loveland and in historic Camp Dennison you’ll find the Waldschmidt House and the Schoolhouse Restaurant.
9323 Union Cemetery Rd.
Symmes Township, OH 45140

T (513) 683-6644

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Terrace Park
The Village of Terrace Park is quiet residential community with tree lined streets and charming homes. Terrace Park has it's own elementary school where children ride their bikes or walk to school, they can even go home for lunch. Traditions abound in the Park: from Memorial Day and Labor Day Parades and festivities to Tree Lighting and Luminaria Night, from Music on the Green to Chilipalooza to Pedalpalooza, from Rec Soccer to Rec Basketball to Lacrosse to our volunteer emergency services There's something for everyone here!
428 Elm Avenue
Terrace Park, OH 45171

T 513-831-2138

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TourismOhio
The official travel organization for the State of Ohio provides tips and information on what to do across the state. Visit Ohio's dynamic cities and charming towns. Experience our unique flavors, festivals, amusement parks and zoos. Delight in our vibrant arts and living history. Discover Ohio!
77 South High St., PO Box 1001,
Columbus, OH 43216

T (614) 466-8844

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Village of Addyston
The Village of Addyston is located 10 miles west of downtown Cincinnati on the Ohio River. Founded in 1891 by Mathew Addy, the Village of Addyston is a friendly community of about 1,000 residents. The Village of Addyston is home to several nature preserves, such as, Western Wildlife Corridor and Kirby Nature Center. Along with getting in touch with your survival skills, your kids can enjoy several activities at Westside Sports Park. After an afternoon, full of bird watching and working on your batting swing, stop at one of the great restaurants Addyston has to offer on the Ohio River.
235 Main Street
Addyston, OH 45001

T 513-941-1313

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