The excellent park system, hillside vistas, low crime rate, great schools and proximity to downtown draw people to Anderson township. Founded in 1793, the township was named after Virginia's surveyor Richard Clough Anderson. It is the only township in Ohio with a green space program that protects hundreds of acres of natural environment. It has several parks, tennis courts, swim clubs and golf courses. Soon to be completed is a two-mile-long bike-hike path called the Five-Mile Trail, which extends from Five-Mile Road and Clough Pike to Newtown Road near Turpin High School. There's a new community hub, Anderson Towne Center, anchored by Macy's and a 104,000 square-foot Kroger store (the biggest Kroger in the country), plus retail stores and restaurants. There are talks of a future 14-screen movie theater and a 325-seat amphitheater for concerts and corporate-sponsored events. And some 60 condos are planned to be built behind the Towne center by 2008. The Metro park & ride facility was completed in summer 2006. The township is home to River Downs, the amusement park Coney Island, and Riverbend, summer venue for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
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