Welcome to the city of Reynoldsburg, a suburban community in the Columbus metropolitan area. The Ohio Department of Agriculture, the Ohio Fire Academy and the State Fire Marshal’s offices are located in Reynoldsburg. Every year, in August, the Tomato Festival is held here.
The Reynoldsburg City School District proclaims an innovative, high-quality and cost-effective education for all students. In addition, there are a number of private schools nearby including, All Saints Catholic Academy, Columbus Academy and Fairfield Christian Academy.
For outdoor pursuits there is Blacklick Woods, a spacious metro park in Reynoldsburg, which includes a four-mile walking and biking trail, open play areas, meadows, lots of wildlife and a nature center, in addition to a 72 par golf course.
Nearby Pine Quarry Park features extensive pine woodlands, a rocky gorge once used as a limestone quarry and more walking paths. Families can enjoy Kennedy Park, which features four lighted tennis courts, ten baseball diamonds, playgrounds, a skate park and bicycle path. Next door is Huber Park with footballs fields, soccer fields and a recreation path, which runs alongside Blacklick Creek.