Introduction to Clayton, Ohio
Clayton, Ohio is 11 miles NW of Dayton, Ohio (center to center) and 48 miles N of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is in Montgomery County. The city is part of the Dayton - Springfield metro area. The population of Clayton is 13,347.
Clayton was originally incorporated on January 1, 1998, as a village. In the same year, a 15 member Charter Commission was elected, and they framed a Charter for the City of Clayton. The area was reincorporated as a city on December 31, 1998, by the Ohio Secretary of State. The City Charter was approved in May 1999 and became effective on January 1, 2000.
Clayton and nearby Attractions
- Englewood MetroPark
- Aullwood Audubon Center & Farm
- Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
- Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park
- Sycamore State Park
Things To Do In Clayton
You can visit the Clayton United Methodist Church and Salem Church during your leisure hours. The city offers several scenic landscapes where you can enjoy family picnics. Clayton also offers several playgrounds and athletic fields. The Rankin House State Memorial and Brookville Historical Society's Spitler House and Museum are nearby. You can also enjoy shopping at the Courtyard Dayton South Mall.
James M. Cox Dayton International Airport can be reached within a few minutes.
Clayton Higher Education
Wright State University - Main Campus, Wittenberg University, University of Dayton, and Sinclair Community College are among the institutes that offer opportunities for higher education.