Grove City, founded in 1842, features a historic downtown, 400 acres of parkland, and a convenient location. Situated in southwestern Franklin County, Grove City is home to over 33,000 residents. The Southwestern School District is the sixth largest district in Ohio.
Parks include Grove City Skate Park, Fryer Park, Gantz Park, Windsor Park, Henceroth Park, and Big Splash at Evans Park. Local attractions include Little Theatre Off Broadway, one of Ohio’s oldest community theater groups; Frontier Park, featuring an interactive play area where kids can explore the solar system; Beulah Park, Ohio’s first thoroughbred race track; and Arts in the Alley, a festival with fine arts, handmade crafts, woodworking, and quilting.
With an award-winning aquatic center and state-of-the-art recreational center with a lazy river and a water park, you’ll find plenty to keep yourself busy. Take time to visit the Gardens at Gantz Farm, an amazing space that features the three gardens of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.