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Among rolling hills and unspoiled woodland lies Anderson Township, bounded by the Little Miami and Ohio River which helped shape its character. The community was founded in 1793 with its first settlement near the mouth of the Little Miami River. In the early 1800s, pioneers were scattered into settlements along the Little Miami and as time passed people lived up on the hill near Mt. Washington. Growth occurred with farming outposts at Forestville, Sweetwine, Fruit Hill and Cherry Grove. The township developed with suburban growth after World War II. With the completion of the Beechmont Levee, I-275 and I-471, residents could easily reach the various parts of Cincinnati and the area grew. Anderson Township now has the fourth highest population in Hamilton County with 45,000 residents.
Sunlite Pool, the nation’s largest filtered pool, is public and offers season memberships. The Riverbend Music Center is an outdoor amphitheater that offers concerts during the warmer months and is located 10 minutes away. Marinas on the Ohio River are a 10-minute drive.
The Anderson Center is a gathering place for residents to enjoy theater (including the Beechmont Players) and musical performances as well as other community events.
Residents enjoy Party on the Plaza, an outdoor concert series during warmer months. The community celebrates July 4th with an annual Independence Day parade. Greater Anderson Days occurs each July and attendees enjoy this festival’s rides and fireworks. There is also a yearly Jack O’Lantern Walk in late October and tree-lighting ceremony in December.
School sports are supplemented with an excellent league system providing boys and girls with baseball, basketball, soccer and football.
Anderson loves its green spaces! The Anderson Park District oversees more than 500 park acres. The 23-acre Nagle Road Park has soccer and baseball fields, jogging trails, and recreational facilities. Woodland Mound Park, with over 1500 acres, offers a golf course, horse back riding and picnic facilities, is only five minutes away. Veteran’s Park has 12 acres and features a playground designed with the physically challenged child in mind. This park has a shelter, quarter-mile jogging trail that encircles the perimeter of the park as well as a baseball diamond, soccer fields and basketball court. Riverside Park has 46 acres with 6 ball diamonds, two turf fields, hiking trail and playground. Laverty Park has a wooded area, hiker/biker trail, playground and small basketball court and small ball diamond within its nine acres. Kellogg Park has almost 22 acres and has a playground, soccer fields, picnic shelter as well as dog field. Johnson Hills Park has 139 acres with rolling hills and woods. Clear Creek Park has 127 acres near the Little Miami River and office 23 sports fields and a pavilion. The park also has six pickle-ball courts. Beech Acres Park has a children’s playground, water play area, shelters, amphitheater, athletic fields, volleyball and basketball courts, skatepark as well as a hike/bike trail. This park also hosts summer concerts, A Fair of the Arts and Greater Anderson Days. Juilfs Park has 26 acres. There is a playground (with a tricycle track and pretend gas pumps) as well as a hike/bike trail around the perimeter of this park. Two sand volleyball courts, a basketball court, three ball diamonds, soccer fields, three tennis courts as well as picnic tables and two shelters are also found in the park.
There are several walking/biking trails to enjoy: the Ohio River Trail and Little Miami Scenic Trail. The Five Mile Trail connects the Turpin High School are with Anderson Towne Center, the Beechmont business district and Five Mile Road.