Introduction to Springdale, Ohio
Springdale, Ohio, in Hamilton county, is 8 miles SE of Hamilton, Ohio (center to center) and 8 miles N of Cincinnati, Ohio. The city is considered part of the Cincinnati metropolitan area. Springdale has a population of 10,563.
The Native Americans were the original inhabitants of Springdale. John Cleves Symmes, a New Jersey congressman and friend of Revolutionary War veteran Benjamin Stites, purchased the land in 1787. The area was first settled by the whites between the late 18th century and early 19th century. Dominicus Van Dyke II and his brother, Peter, were among the early settlers in this area. Springdale was originally a farming community.
Springdale and nearby Attractions
- Glenwood Gardens
- Paramount's Kings Island
- Sharon Woods Park
- Newport Aquarium
- The Beach Waterpark
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens
Things To Do In Springdale
Soccer can be enjoyed at Beacon Hill Park, Chamberlain Park, and Cameron Park. Springdale also offers several other playgrounds and recreational parks including Underwood Park, Glenview Park, and Ross Park. The city affords a great shopping experience to both its residents and visitors at the Princeton Plaza Shopping Center, Forest View Square Shopping Center, Springdale Mall Shopping Center, Tri - County Shopping Center, Springdale Town Center Mall Shopping Center, and Cassinelli Square Shopping Center. You can also enjoy boating on the Springdale Lake.
The nearest airport is Cincinnati Municipal Airport Lunken Field.
Springdale Higher Education
University of Cincinnati - Main Campus, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, and Xavier University are close to the city.