The village was originally called Milltown because of the mills around the area. Its first settler is believed to be an Irishman, Daniel Kergan, who came in 1809. Amelia was incorporated in December 1900 and was named after a popular tollgate operator, Amelia Bowdoin. It holds the distinction of being the only community in Clermont County that was never platted and planned. Families are drawn to the serene country living with rolling woodlands and farmlands, and fine new homes. Its location makes it accessible to the growing Batavia area, Cincinnati's northeastern office complexes, and Northern Kentucky. Moderately priced homes range from traditional to contemporary to modern styles. Community events include Easter Egg Hunt, Amelia day at the Reds and Summer Concert in the Park. Spencer Shank Park and Groh Park provide recreational activities. Neighborhood stores and Anderson Towne Center are just down the road. Amelia is close to East Fork Lake State Park- with boating, fishing, swimming and camping- and the Cincinnati Nature Center, a wilderness oasis.
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