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Riverbend, Columbus, OH

Riverbend is a suburban community located just inside the I-270 Outerbelt surrounding Columbus. From scenic parks to large shopping centers, this Southwestern Columbus community offers renters plenty of opportunities for entertainment. Commuters and those who simply enjoy the city will be pleased to know that a number of apartments for rent in Riverbend are just 11 miles from Downtown Columbus.

Recreation in the Columbus Area

For a fun adventure into the natural world, Riverbend renters should plan on visiting Big Run Park. The beautiful expanse covers nearly 242 acres of land and contains a rich ecosystem. The nature preserve will expose visitors to diverse species of life, while the athletic complex is great for those looking for a more active way to pass the time. The park notably holds soapbox derby competitions regularly, so families looking for a great bonding experience can try their hand at building their own derby car and racing it. Riverbend apartment rentals are also close to Riverbend Park, which houses a number of sports venues for athletes to play on, including a basketball court, a baseball diamond and an open area. Renters with dogs can enjoy the wide space to give their pets some much-needed exercise. 

Education Opportunities in Riverbend

Apartments for rent in Riverbend provide residents with easy access to a host of public schools. The neighborhood features two high schools, one middle school and four elementary schools. There are also a few parochial schools in the neighborhood for renters who would prefer an alternative education for their children. 

Finding Your Way Around Southwest Columbus

Getting around the Columbus area is easy thanks to Riverbend's great location. Riverbend apartment rentals are minutes away from I-270, which is your key to reaching Columbus in less than 20 minutes. During rush hour, commuters can skip this main highway and take other roads such as Route 40 to avoid being stuck in traffic. I-70 and I-71 are also a short distance from Riverbend, and can take you west to other major cities like Dayton and Cincinnati. If you don't feel like driving or don't own a car, fear not. There are several bus routes that run through Riverbend - they can transport you to nearby towns or a bit farther. 

Additional Resources

Educationhttp://www.ccsoh.us/

Electricityhttp://publicutilities.columbus.gov/content.aspx?id=41084

Water/Sewerhttp://publicutilities.columbus.gov/DocListing.aspx?id=56166