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In this beautiful, historic town that’s steeped in New England tradition, you will find a progressive, vibrant community bustling with the latest experiences and activities. Beautiful tree-lined streets, American flags on every downtown lamppost, and quaint charm greet every visitor to Worthington, and continue to attract families and businesses looking for the perfect home.

Worthington is located at Ohio’s crossroads in the center of the state – the intersection of US State Route 23 and State Route 161 – affording easy access to all parts of Columbus and the rest of Ohio.

Living in Worthington

Diverse charm and attractions

Few communities in Central Ohio can compete with Worthington’s charm. From the center of the town, walking a few blocks in any direction will uncover a community with a unique view of itself.

To the west, visitors can stroll along remarkable oak-lined, 100-year-old neighborhoods bordering the historic Worthington downtown. Several blocks to the east, you will find homes inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs. North a few blocks opens up to modern shopping and fine dining.

To the south, sightseers will find Worthington’s flats merging with the quaint Beechwold community. This six square mile city on the northern edge of Franklin County spreads itself out into a community with even larger living opportunities.

Parks and recreation

Residents can enjoy an intense or leisurely bike ride on the eight foot wide, paved 12.5-mile Olentangy Multi-Use Trail. Running along the meadows and forests of the Olentangy Rivers floodplains, the trail connects the Worthington Hills and Mt. Airy area to downtown Columbus. A ride along the river’s banks passes through Worthington Hills Park, Clinton-Como Park, Antrim Park, Whetstone Park (home to the Park of Roses), Northmoor Park, Tuttle Park, and Confluence Park. But it isn’t all parks; you also pass through The Ohio State University’s campus offering great views of the university buildings, St. John’s Arena, and the OSU Football Stadium, affectionately referred to as “The Horseshoe”.

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