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Oxford, Ohio!

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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COLLEGE TOWN & HOME OF MIAMI UNIVERSITY

Recently cited by Midwestern Traveler Magazine as 2024 Best U.S. College Town, Oxford, Ohio. Explore this small-town community with close to 7,000 year-round residents. During the school year, Oxford is vibrant with nearly 18,000 Miami University students!

The university's proximity provides Oxford access to arts, cultural, and athletic events and facilities. The town stays busy in the summer with festivals, concerts, and special events. Take in the Historic Uptown District's ambiance and discover several locally-owned businesses within walking distance.

Surrounded by miles of generational family farms, Oxford boasts an award-winning farmers market (every Saturday), numerous arts organizations, and miles of hiking trails. Only 15 minutes from Hueston Woods State Park and within an hour of Downtown Cincinnati or Dayton, Ohio.

We love our little town and all it has to offer. Welcome to our home; we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

ADVENTURE IN OXFORD

OUR MISSION

Enjoy Oxford is Oxford's local visitor's bureau and destination development organization. Saying "Welcome to Oxford!" is what we do best! Our mission is to enhance the economy of the city through marketing and promotion efforts, visitor engagement, and destination development.

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Ariel view of Veterans Memorial and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park in Oxford, Ohio

VOLUNTEER WITH ENJOY OXFORD

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RED BRICK REUNION PORSCHE CAR SHOW

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RED BRICK FRIDAYS

MIAMI UNIVERSITY

Miami University's historic campus, strong academic reputation, and stunning, picturesque environment make it an ideal neighbor for Oxford.

Recognized as the #1 public university in the nation for its commitment to undergraduate education (and #2 overall after Princeton), Miami is one of the nation's 8 original Public Ivy universities and is also the 7th oldest in the nation, founded in 1809. It was frequently then called the "Yale of the West."

With more than 17 miles of trails and 1,000 acres of preserve and natural areas, plus an art museum, historic Western campus, the Freedom Summer Memorial, the Cradle of Coaches, and numerous quads and gardens, it offers much to explore for visitors to Oxford. See for yourself why Robert Frost called it "The most beautiful campus that ever there was." To learn more, visit www.miamioh.edu.

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