South Lebanon, OH
Settled in 1795, South Lebanon is one of the the oldest villages in Warren County. Originally known as Deerfield, the village was a stopping place for many early settlers. It currently has 4,100 residents.
The village of South Lebanon sits along the border of Union and Washington Townships in central Warren County 25 miles northeast of Cincinnati. The largely undeveloped acreage of peaceful creeks and rolling landscape of the area has it poised for a rapid population boom with the recent housing developments. This corner of Warren County remains one of the fastest growing housing areas in the region.
I-71 and St. Rt. 48 are the primary access to the village. The James M. Cox Dayton International Airport is 37 miles away, with the Lebanon Airport just six miles away.
The Union Township/South Lebanon joint fire district provides fire and EMS service to the village. Bethesda Medical Center at Arrow Springs offers the region state-of-the-art outpatient medical care, including 24-hour emergency services and comprehensive diagnostic testing. Across the county is Atrium Medical Center, and just a few minutes south on I-71 is Bethesda North Hospital, one of the area’s busiest hospitals.
Rivers Crossing and The Pavilion at Rivers Crossing offer convenient shopping to village residents. One finds Kohls, Target and other national stores. Cincinnati Premium Outlets in Monroe is a short drive away. There are more shopping opportunities in Lebanon with its antique stores.
Walkers and joggers will enjoy the system of trails and pathways connecting residents to all areas of the community plus access to the 70+ miles of the Little Miami Scenic Trail and Little Miami River. Ideally situated in one of the region’s most active areas, residents here have a lot to choose from. Kings Island, The Beach Waterpark, Great Wolf Lodge Water Park offer the thrill of roller coasters and splash parks. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the historic Ft. Ancient, and Caesars Creek State Park. Those following pro sports can choose to watch professional tennis and volleyball tournaments, or catch the motor sports at the Lebanon Raceway.