Enon, which means abundance of springs, is the home of the second largest conical mound in Ohio. It’s situated in the middle of downtown on an old Indian trail, which ran between the Indian Villages of Old Piqua and Old Chillicothe. Settlers came to the area in the late 1700s and the town was incorporated in 1850 and there are now 2,500 residents .
Enon is 30 minutes northeast of Dayton, in Clark County. Escaping from the city hustle and bustle and finding more time to enjoy rural pursuits is why many residents continue to make Enon their home, and it's what entices new residents to the area. Affordable bungalows, modest single-family dwellings and ranch style homes make up the majority of home styles. New home construction is found near the interstate on the outskirts of town.
Enon’s nearest interstate is I-70, a few minutes outside town. The village is located seven and one-half miles southwest of Springfield, Ohio.
Fifteen minutes away in Springfield, Ohio are two hospitals. Springfield Regional Medical Hospital has 259 hospital beds with general medical and surgical services. The Ohio Valley Medical Center provides both inpatient and outpatient surgical care along with other medical services such as a breast center, diagnostic imaging, physical therapy, sports medicine and lab services. Hospitals within a 30-mile radius include Children’s Medical Center, Miami Valley Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital, all in downtown Dayton.
Nationally known Northwest Trader is located in Enon and is the foremost supplier of finished capotes, capote kits and blankets anywhere especially for theatre usage.Local Enon merchants provide general merchandise and services conveniently located for residents.
Located 20 minutes away in Beavercreek, the Mall at Fairfield Commons contains five department stores and 130 franchise clothing, shoe and specialty stores. Another option for shopping is to head into Springfield where there are several shopping plazas and retail centers.
Enon residents display a keen interest in history with an active Community Historical Society. The Indian Mound Library has one of the most active circulation desks in the county.
There are several parks in Enon. Enon Park has 12 acres that includes a playground area and three shelter houses. Galloway Park features a soccer field, shelter house and a playground area. Settlers Park is highlighted with a public gazebo.