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Reynoldsburg Ohio

Reynoldsburg, Ohio is a city located in Fairfield, Franklin, and Licking counties in Ohio. It’s in suburban community in metropolitan area in Columbus, Ohio. In 2010 census, the city population was 35, 893.

Reynoldsburg has been features in advertisements in different publications such as Ohio Magazine Home and Away, Motor Coach Marketer, Ohio Pass Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Better Homes and Gardens, Midwest Living, and Reader’s Digest. The city was also features in Columbus Visitor’s Guide and Columbus Tour Planners.

Believing that the promotion of group meeting, visitors, conventions and community activities is of main importance as form of economic development, the city of Reynoldsburg distributes and prepares such promotional pieces as Reynoldsburg Visitors Guide, the Community Activities Calendar, Restaurant Guide, City Map Information, and Information Guide. Furthermore, a fun business calendar and map is also printed and distributed every other year.

In addition to the promotion of festivals and different city activities, the city also has many local events including the Founder’s Day Celebration and Reynoldsburg 4th of July, the Mount Carmel Fitness Challenge, the Ohio State Fair, the Community Tree Lighting, the Heartland Travel Showcase, the Christmas on Towne and the Relay for Life local event.

As the visitors of the city is continuously growing, they are still hoping to bring more of their tour group in order to showcase their fine hospitality to people and visit more in their place such as/for the National Trail Raceway, the Livingston House, the Taylor Square, the Tomato Festival, JC Penney Outlet and the Mount Carmel Fitness Challenge.

History of Reynoldsburg

The Truro/Reynoldsburg historical Society has a very rich history. One example is the Livingston House, also known as the AW Livingston House. It’s eligible for the listing in National Register under Criterion B for association with the builder and owner, Alexander W. Livingston. Alexander Livingston is also the first person to upgrade a wild tomato into many different breeds and help in stabilizing the plants

In 1965, Franklin County Historical Society recognized the city of Reynoldsburg as the “Home of Tomato” and in order to honor Alexander Livingston as a great man in their city, they are holding annual “Tomato Festival” in recognition to Alexander’s accomplishments in the city and the countries’ agriculture.

The Livingston House is available for rent at 1792 Graham Road, Reynoldsburg, Ohio. This house is an ideal location for baby or bridal showers, birthday parties, and many small parties. Because of the fact that the home is considered as a historic museum, the rental is available for adults only. The area also features a serene part country setting with beautiful landscaped gardens, playground equipment and a walkway.

Reynoldsburg Activities, Events and Attractions

In addition to the Livingston’s legacy, the city also has a very lively Scottish-American Society, which is celebrated the Scottish heritage city year-round. The main event of the society is the Tartan Day, featuring the pipers, country dancers and Scottish highland, athletic demonstrations, Scottish games, weaponry displays and many more.

During the winter months, the city of Reynoldsburg holds another big event to celebrate the coming holidays. The Christmas on Towne in Reynoldsburg is featuring the children’s craft, a visit from Saint Nick (Santa Claus), and horse carriage drawn rides.

Being known as the “Birthplace of Tomato” due to Alexander Livingston’s discoveries, the “Tomato Festival” is held every year in August. The festival features the entire culinary incarnation of red, fleshy fruit, as well as the tomato judging contests, food, lots of games and parade, fun and entertainment.

In order to please your palate, Reynoldsburg Area Chamber of Commerce supports and sponsor the annual business expo called “Taste of Reynoldsburg”. This even features the area of restaurants that serve many different local favorites, with special guests for kids including Sparky the Fire Dog, McGruff the Crime Dog.

If you already have too many delicious foods at one of these events and festival, be geared for the annual Mount Carmel Fitness Challenge that is held during the Labor Day. The event is featuring many fitness staples, like the 5k race and a half-marathon, and also some original events like the In-line skate half-marathon. The wheelchairs are also welcome for the half-marathon and 5k races. If the participation in these races doesn’t fit you, you can get worked out by cheering at the National Trail Raceway, which is an NHRA Drug Racing Championship track that hosts rousing events like the Mopar Nationals and Pontiac Nationals every year.

For the outdoor pursuits, the visitors shouldn’t miss the Blacklick Woods, which is a very spacious metro park in the city of Reynoldsburg. This park include a 3-mile long biking and walking trail, meadows, open play areas, nature centered, lots of wildlife, and a 72 par golf course.

The proximate Pine Quarry Park also features wide extensive pine woodlands, more walking paths, and a rocky gorge that is once used as a quarry for limestone. The families can also get active at the Kennedy Park, which is featuring 4 tennis courts, 10 baseball diamonds, bicycle path, and a skate park; all are lighted. Next door is the Huber Park where you can enjoy its wide soccer fields, football fields and recreation path that runs alongside the Blacklick Creek.

Reynoldsburg Ohio as Your Best Relocation Spot

 

With the entire details that are shared above, you will have enough reasons why you need to consider to relocate in Reynoldsburg Ohio. You can take great advantage of the various choices of houses for sale within the city and better understand the best events and best attractions that you as well as your family can look forward to by exploring the city once you already moved into the place. Don’t hesitate to call a real estate expert broker in order for you to get a tour for the possible homes for you to purchase with the homes for sales available in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Give us a call at 614-835-7151 for more information and details. We are looking forward to work for you.

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