About the Area

Reynoldsburg is the epitome of a modern small town. Its location near I-270 is unbeatable; yet despite its proximity to Columbus, Reynoldsburg feels hidden away from the city hustle and bustle. Along its Main Street are numerous restaurants and retailers, a few shopping plazas anchored by grocery stores, spacious parks, and subdivisions tucked off of this major thoroughfare, making it easy for residents to access local conveniences. If you're considering living in Reynoldsburg, give us a call at 614.402.0338!

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Reynoldsburg at a Glance

Getting Around

Major Roads: I-270, I-70
Travel & Commute: To Columbus: 20 minutes
Parks & Rec: 275 Acres of Parkland


Population: 41,050 (2021)
Local Schools: Reynoldsburg City Schools

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Shopping & Dining

Reynoldsburg offers a wide assortment of local businesses and national retailers, so you're sure to find your favorite shop and restaurant in town. For a true local dining experience, however, you don't want to miss the Hickory House Restaurant, known for its delicious barbecue fare, steaks, burgers, and seafood. Also check out Smokey Bones Reynoldsburg, Marcella's, or Vick's Gourmet Pizzeria.


Parks & Recreation

Check out local parks such as Blacklick Woods Metro Park, Walnut Woods Park, and Pine Quarry Park. These are just a few of the many great parks in Reynoldsburg. With so many options to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect park for your next outdoor adventure.

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Events & Entertainment

The annual Heroes for Heroes 5K, Farmers' Market, and Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival are events you don't want to miss! Since 1965, Reynoldsburg has hosted an annual festival celebrating all things related to the tomato. The reason? A local horticulturalist, Alexander Livingston, produced the first tomato that would soon become commercially grown.

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Popular Attractions

There's plenty to see and do in Reynoldsburg! Learn about the "birthplace of the tomato" with a visit to the Livingston House, buy the freshest fruits and veggies from the Farmers' Market, or bike along the river on the 12-mile Blacklick Creek Greenway Trail.

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Are you eager to explore the beauty of Reynoldsburg, Ohio? The Shaffer Team is here to assist you in finding your ideal home in this wonderful community. Renowned for its unique charm, thriving atmosphere, and excellent schools, Reynoldsburg is a special place to call home.