North Hampton, Ohio

Community Information

Introduction

The village of North Hampton was established in 1829. There was 450 residents.

Summary

Homes of various sizes and prices are available in North Hampton. There are also land and lots available. Older homes as well as newly built homes in subdivisions are available.

Transportation

State Route 41 bisects North Hampton. Interstate 70 is the closest highway to the village. Dayton International Airport services the region.

Hospitals

Springfield Regional Medical Center and the Ohio Valley Medical Center service the area. The Dayton Children’s Hospital is a short drive from Medway. Good Samaritan Health Center is located in Huber Heights. Recreation

Shopping

There are a few small shops and restaurants in North Hampton including the Hampton Grill and Hampton Station. The Upper Valley Mall in Springfield offers over 75 shops and restaurants and is anchored by Sears. Kohls is also available in Springfield.

Recreation

Donnels Creek runs through the village. George Rogers Clark Park is located in Springfield and has 5 miles of nature trails along with 250 acres of green space. The lake is available for boating and fishing. This park is the host site of many annual events including a Fishing Derby and a 5k run. For history buffs, The Battle of Peckuwe historical battle site is near the George Rogers Clark Park where you find many memorial markers. Buck Creek National Park is located to the northeast of North Hampton and offers trails, camping and hunting.