Camp Washington

Once a neighborhood known for its meatpacking plants and manufacturing industry, coining the “Porkopolis” designation for Cincinnati—Camp, as known by locals, has grown into a thriving community of makers, artists, and life long residents that have fueled its significant recent revitalization. Adjacent to downtown, Over the Rhine, and neighboring communities such as Northside and Clifton, Camp Washington is ideal for those that want a close knit, eclectic community with easy access to expressways and Greater Cincinnati.

Camp is home to the American Sign Museum, the infamous Camp Washington Chili, the original Mom ’n’ Em coffee shop, Binski’s Bar, the Swing House, it’s community centered Wave Pool arts center, the Welcome Project, and numerous other independent artists studios and galleries. Revitalization, historic preservation, community engagement and its independent artist spirit is a vital part Camp’s charm and quirkiness.

Platted in 1877, Camp Washington’s historic homes include mostly Italianate, Second Empire and Arts and Crafts bungalows. Prices range from $100,000 to $300,000.


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3505 Columbia Pkwy suite 125, Cincinnati, OH 45226, USA

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