Introduction to North College Hill, Ohio
North College Hill, Ohio, in Hamilton county, is 6 miles NW of Cincinnati, Ohio. The city is considered part of the Cincinnati metropolitan area. North College Hill has a population of 10,082.
North College Hill History
The area that became North College Hill was first surveyed by a judge and former Congressman of New Jersey, John Cleves Symmes, during 1787. William Cary purchased 491 acres of the land around 1813 - 1814. The Cary Cottage was built in 1832 by Robert Cary. Throughout the 19th century, the area flourished as a farmland. The Village of North College Hill was incorporated in 1916. Later, in 1941, North College Hill was reincorporated as a city.
North College Hill and nearby Attractions
- Hamilton County Park District
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens
- Eden Park
- Paramount's Kings Island
- Newport Aquarium
- Crown Hill Memorial Park
Things To Do In North College Hill
While staying in North College Hill you can enjoy fishing on Lake Nina. The city also offers baseball fields and tennis courts. The local parks include Dumele Park, Pies Park, Stapleton Park, Northcreek Park, and Schaeper Park. You can also visit North College Hill United Methodist Church, Saint Margaret Mary Church, and Clovernook Christian Church. You can even plan a trip to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Park and Newport Aquarium.
North College Hill Transportation
Air transportation is available from Cincinnati Municipal Airport Lunken Field.
North College Hill Higher Education
University of Cincinnati - Main Campus and Cincinnati State Technical and Community College are nearby.