In the gently rolling hills and farmland of Eastern Clermont County is the village of Bethel. It is a cozy community of about 2500 residents that is a self-sufficient little Midwestern town all on its own.
If you're looking for a residence in a community with a laid-back, away from the hustle and bustle feeling, check out Bethel. The outskirts of Bethel are rich with farming tradition. A great town with its own sense of pride and togetherness, Bethel was founded in 1798 by Obed Denham, the same man who founded the Bethel Baptist Church.
Bethel is just 30 minutes from Downtown Cincinnati. It is approximately a 10 minute drive to the town of Amelia, the nearest stop made by Queen City Metro, Cincinnati's public bus system. There are numerous state routes that can be taken out of Bethel to connect with Greater Cincinnati's interstate highway system.
The nearest hospital is Clermont Mercy Hospital, approximately 10 minutes away and just outside of Batavia; Brown County Hospital is 15 miles away to the east.
There is a small strip mall in Bethel, neighboring Georgetown has small strip malls, and it's a quick 15 minute drive to Cincinnati's Eastgate Mall and surrounding shopping district on State Route 32.
East Fork State Park is just five minutes away from Bethel. It features a beautiful man-made lake and offers camping, picnicking, boating, swimming, horse trails and shelters that can be reserved for large parties. Burke Park is in the village of Bethel and has playground equipment, a shelter house and two cabins that are open for community events.