A suburb of Dayton and Cincinnati, Springboro is part of the Miami Valley and is located mostly in Warren County with a small portion to the north in Montgomery County.
Founded in 1815 by Jonathan Wright, Springboro enjoys its Quaker roots, who had settled in the area because of its abundant springs – its namesake. Later in the 19th century, Springboro became a very important stop on the Underground Railroad.
Springboro is located at the geographic center of the Cincinnati-Dayton Metroplex, the 14th largest urban area in the United States. It is conveniently located between I-75, I-675 & I-71. Most of Springboro is served by the Springboro Community School District and its six schools, serving approximately 6,000 students.
Point Broadband is excited to make fiber Internet available for the residents and businesses of Springboro. Point Broadband’s fiber-to-the-premises network sends data much faster, in both directions, than a cable TV network can. Because it is delivered on a dedicated fiber line, it offers more consistency and speed even during peak usage times.
Here are a few of the things to do and see in Springboro:
1454 E State Route 73, Springboro, Ohio 45066
Windmill Farm Market is a 37-acre farm that is the home of Ohio’s favorite fall festival “Spooktacular” and features our famous adventure hayride which takes you all over the hills and through the mud!