Welcome to Waynesville, Ohio
Waynesville is a little town with a large reputation. Known as the "Antiques Capital of the Midwest" and home to the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival, Waynesville boasts a bustling downtown filled with antique shops and local restaurants, a vibrant arts culture, and a segment of the nearly 78-mile Little Miami Scenic Trail.
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Waynesville, Ohio Quick Facts
Population (2015 est.): 2,924
School District: Waynesville Local School District
Local Government: Warren County
Waynesville: A Small Town with Plenty to Offer
Everything you need is at your fingertips in Waynesville: museums, great schools, small local shops and businesses, antique stores, fast food restaurants, parks, and major roads. Whether you prefer getting to know your neighbors at local festivals, enjoying the great outdoors at a nearby state park, or furnishing your home with pieces of the past, you can enjoy your favorite activities when you own a home in Waynesville.
Spotlights of Waynesville
Ohio Sauerkraut Festival
Since 1970, Waynesville has celebrated a local dish with the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival. Every October, residents and visitors flock to Main Street for delicious homemade sauerkraut, sauerkraut-infused foods from cookies to pizza, artisan-produced crafts, and good old-fashioned community fun.
Not only is Waynesville's village center home to the Sauerkraut Festival, it's home to more than 60 shops and restaurants, many of which are locally owned and operated. In the antique malls, you can find treasures from the past from nearly 100 vendors!
Little Miami Scenic Trail
The Miami Valley features plenty of lengthy trails, but the Little Miami Scenic Trail is the longest. Stretching 78 miles from Anderson Township to Springfield, this paved trail passes through Waynesville and meanders along the Little Miami River.
The Ohio Sauerkraut Festival isn't the only big event in Waynesville. From school sporting events to community meetings to festivals in nearby towns, there's always something happening in and around Waynesville!
Waynesville real estate options include small ranch-style houses, large suburban homes, country properties on more than an acre, and even grand estates with plenty of space inside and out.
Contact William J. Furlong, Waynesville Real Estate Expert
William J. Furlong has a wealth of real estate resources to help you buy or sell a home in Waynesville. If you're considering buying a home, take a look at the properties available on this area guide and contact William J. Furlong at (937) 949-4663 for a showing. If you're thinking about selling with a real estate agent or selling your home yourself, ask for a free home evaluation to get started.