Introduction to Sharonville, Ohio
Sharonville, Ohio, in Hamilton county, is 7 miles N of Cincinnati, Ohio. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the Cincinnati metropolitan area.
Sharonville was first settled in the year 1788. Henry Runyan purchased the land in 1791. It was originally named Sharon after a small town in Pennsylvania. In 1879, the name was changed to Sharonville because another place was named Sharon in eastern Ohio. The first train arrived in the area around 1872. In 1911, Sharonville was incorporated as a village. Later in 1962, it was reincorporated as a city with a population over 5,000.
Sharonville and Nearby Attractions
- Sharon Woods Village
- Sharon Woods Park
- Harriet Beecher Stowe House
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens
Things To Do In Sharonville
Visitors can visit the Harriet Beecher Stowe House. They can also spend time at the Winslow Park Church, Sharonville Church of Christ, Saint Michael Catholic Church and Sharonville Presbyterian Church. Boating can be done at Sharon Lake and golf can be played at the Sharon Woods Golf Course. Shopping can be done at Loehmanns Plaza Shopping Center and Home Center Mall Shopping Center.
Air transportation is available from Cincinnati Municipal Airport Lunken Field.
Sharonville Higher Education
University of Cincinnati - Raymond Walters College and Xavier University are located nearby.