Introduction to Centerville, Ohio
Centerville, Ohio, in Montgomery county, is 4 miles S of Kettering, Ohio and 36 miles NE of Cincinnati, Ohio. The people of the city are in the Dayton - Springfield metropolitan area. Centerville has a population of 23,024.
Centerville was named by Benjamin Roberts after his hometown in New Jersey, called Centreville. The area was officially incorporated as a city in December of 1968.
Centerville and nearby Attractions
- Town Hall Theatre
- Washington-Centerville Public Library
- Yankee Trace Golf
- Stubbs Park
- Benham's Grove
- Americana Festival
Things To Do In Centerville
Centerville is home to the largest gathering of early stone houses, many of which are mentioned in the National Register of Historic Places. These are very popular destinations and specially attract thousands of people evert year. The Heart of Centerville is a lively area with restaurants, boutiques and other businesses, located in quaint historic surroundings.
Flights are available from the James M. Cox Dayton International Airport.
Centerville Higher Education
The University of Dayton, Sinclair Community College and Wright State University all lie within a distance of a few miles.