Reily Township, Ohio
Reily Township is located in Butler County, Ohio has a population of 2,624 residents. The area was established in 1807 and is named after John Reily. Historically the roads into the township led from Millville (aka Bunker Hill) towards Oxford Township. Many covered wagons made the trip along this route towards Cincinnati. Hog driving was a large business and the animals were taken to Cincinnati for slaughter. as a large business and the animals were taken to Cincinnati for slaughter.
The area is mostly rural and agricultural. One finds homes and lots of all price ranges in the township. Many homes are located on acreage.
US Route 27 (leading between Cincinnati, Ohio and Richmond, Indiana); State Route 129 (from Hamilton, Ohio to the Indiana border); and State Route 732 bisect the township. The closest major highways are I-275 and I-74.
Mercy Health - Fairfield Hospital is located on Mack Road in Fairfield and has been ranked as a national top 10 community hospital as well as among the Top 100 of overall hospitals. McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital (Mercy Health) is located in nearby Oxford. Mercy Health also services the community with The Heart Institute and Orthopedics, Sports Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy. Cincinnati Children’s Fairfield is located on Mack Road and provides pediatric care. Bethesda Butler Hospital is located in nearby Hamilton.
One can drive to Oxford for daily needs with local stores and restaurants. Or head to Fairfield, there are many national stores and restaurants. Cincinnati Mills off I-275 has a wide variety of stores, including Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World and other nationally recognized shops. Tri-County Shopping Center and Northgate Mall are also located off I-275.
Indian Creek Metropark is located in the township and offers 135 acres of scenery. The Indian Mound Trail is popular and leads visitors to a reconstructed Native American earthwork. Enjoy picnicking and hiking at this park, too. Pater Park has 35 acres for hiking. The township also has a Pioneer Church and Burial Ground from its earliest settlers. Bunker Hill Universalist Pioneer Cemetery is the burial site for Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Civil War veterans.