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277 Apartments for rent in Trenton, OH

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507 Delaware Crossing
507 Delaware Crossing
Trenton, OH | Trenton
4 Bedrooms
$1,725
2040 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 PM
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1 Unit Available
446 Sharp Court
446 Sharp Court
Trenton, OH | Trenton
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1806 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 PM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature. We are a pet-friendly company with no breed restrictions or weight limits.
1 Unit Available
105 Third Street,
105 3rd Street
Trenton, OH | Trenton
3 Bedrooms
$1,025
1232 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
105 Third Street, Available 12/18/20 105 3rd St 3BR/1BA (Trenton) - **Coming Soon** This Recently Renovated 3BR/1BA ranch home located in Trenton.
1 Unit Available
208 Madison Avenue,
208 Madison Avenue
Trenton, OH | Trenton
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
1238 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
208 Madison Avenue, Available 12/04/20 208 Madison Ave 3BR/1BA (Trenton) - **Coming Soon** Stop by to check out our 3BR/1BA home located in Trenton.
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1 Unit Available
805 Prescot Circle
805 Prescot Cir
Butler County, OH | Trenton
4 Bedrooms
$1,845
1480 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
805 Prescot Circle Available 12/25/20 805 Prescot Circle 4BR/2.
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16 Units Available
Kensington Ridge
710 Kensington Ct
Middletown, OH | Barbara Park
1 Bedroom
$600
575 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$675
903 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:44 PM
Surrounded by 17 acres of towering trees and lush, green landscaping, Kensington Ridge is nestled in a secluded, yet centrally located residential area of Middletown.
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7 Units Available
Chimney Hill Apartments
967 Park Ln
Middletown, OH | University
1 Bedroom
$600
1001 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$750
1086 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:11 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Chimney Hill Apartments in Middletown. View photos, descriptions and more!
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4 Units Available
The Reserve at Monroe Crossings
801 Coldwater Drive
Monroe, OH
1 Bedroom
$970
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,134
1108 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 12 at 03:02 PM
IVING AT THE RESERVE AT MONROE CROSSINGS APARTMENTS Ideal living in the center of Monroe! The Reserve at Monroe Crossings offers the ideal living experience with expansive floor plans that we know you’ll love.
1 Unit Available
3104 ILLINOIS AVE
3104 Illinois Avenue
Middletown, OH | Dixie Heights
3 Bedrooms
$799
1350 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:51 PM
BELOW MARKET RENT! Available for twelve month renewable lease. HOME HAS RECENT UPDATES INCLUDING; Paint, Laminate Flooring, Appliances, Kitchen updates, Bathroom updates and more. Detached storage building in the rear of the property.
1 Unit Available
2924 North Verity Parkway - 46
2924 North Verity Parkway
Middletown, OH | Avalon
2 Bedrooms
$750
670 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Remodeled units - All new appliance Ceiling fan Secure entry To qualify for this property, each adult applicant will have to show acceptable results from a background check, eviction check, previous positive landlord
1 Unit Available
604 Sixteenth Avenue
604 16th Avenue
Middletown, OH | Douglass
2 Bedrooms
$750
1036 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Completely renovated Townhouses located close to downtown Middletown, The Miami River Bike Trail and centrally located. This home is a very spacious two bedroom with large bathroom, dining room, living room, kitchen and basement.
1 Unit Available
742 University - 2
742 N University Blvd
Middletown, OH | Roselawn
2 Bedrooms
$750
750 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
RANCH STYLE DUPLEX Unit 2 Detached garage Personal driveway 2 Bedrooms 1 Bath Central Air Remodeled kitchen New laminate flooring throughout $750.00 RENT $750.00 DEPOSIT $1500 TOTAL MOVE IN Don't miss out!! Contact Kyle at 513-570-6465!
1 Unit Available
807 Richardson Drive,
807 Richardson Drive
Middletown, OH | Wildwood
3 Bedrooms
$950
864 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
807 Richardson Drive, Available 12/11/20 807 Richardson Dr 3BR/1BA (Middletown) - **Coming Soon** Stop by our cute and cozy 3BR/1BA ranch home located in Middletown.
1 Unit Available
6195 Kalbfleisch Road
6195 Kalbfleisch Road
Butler County, OH
5 Bedrooms
$3,500
2256 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Furnished Rental - Short term furnished rental or long term rental. Includes everything, just bring your suitcase! Available for folks in the middle of moving, building, insurance claims, temporary housing.
1 Unit Available
1716 Meadow Dr
1716 Meadow Avenue
Middletown, OH | Meadowlawn
2 Bedrooms
$695
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1716 Meadow Dr Available 12/18/20 1716 Meadow Dr 2BR/1BA (Middletown) - **Coming Soon** Come visit our cute and cozy 2BR/1BA Middletown, Oh! This home has updated flooring, an updated kitchen, w/d hookups, street parking, and a fenced in yard.
1 Unit Available
1705 Oxford State Road
1705 Oxford State Road
Middletown, OH | Amanda-Oneida
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
856 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Rent to own! 3% down moves you in. - Great renovated home. Ready for a new owner. (RLNE6221818)
1 Unit Available
2026 Caldwell Street
2026 Caldwell Street
Williamsdale, OH | Williamsdale
3 Bedrooms
$945
1123 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
2026 Caldwell Street Available 12/18/20 2026 Caldwell St 3BR/2BA (Hamilton) - **Coming Soon** Apply today for our recently renovated 3BR/2BA home for rent in Hamilton, Ohio.
1 Unit Available
304 Stanley St
304 Stanley Street
Middletown, OH | Highlands
3 Bedrooms
$1,345
1616 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
304 Stanley 3BR/1.5BA (Middletown) - Apply today for our beautiful two story 3BR/1.5BA home for rent in Middletown, Ohio!.
1 Unit Available
2220 S. Main Street
2220 S Main St
Middletown, OH | Douglass
2 Bedrooms
$975
1308 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Like new with 2 car garage! - 2 car garage!!! Enjoy this spectacular 2-story 2 bedroom home tucked away on S. Main Street. Spacious and clean, this home features all new flooring, central air, and a large 2-car garage.
1 Unit Available
4448 Cabernet Ct.
4448 Cabarnet Court
Butler County, OH
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$3,500
2400 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Furnished family home with large fenced backyard - Located conveniently to highway near I75 between hamilton and mason. Great location that is very safe.
1 Unit Available
1608 Columbia Ave
1608 Columbia Avenue
Middletown, OH | Church
2 Bedrooms
$625
942 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
1608 Columbia Ave Available 12/18/20 1608 Columbia 2BR/1BA (Middletown) - **Coming Soon** Hurry and see our cozy 2BR/1BA home located in Middletown.
1 Unit Available
2208 Waneta St
2208 Waneta Street
Middletown, OH | Amanda-Oneida
2 Bedrooms
$695
816 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
2208 Waneta St Available 12/18/20 2208 Waneta St 2BR/1BA (Middletown) - **Coming Soon** Apply today for our cute and cozy 2BR/1BA home for rent in Middletown, Ohio.
1 Unit Available
1008 Ellen Drive,
1008 Ellen Drive
Middletown, OH | Wildwood
4 Bedrooms
$1,025
1128 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
1008 Ellen Drive, Available 12/04/20 1008 Ellen Dr 4BR/1BA (Middletown) - **Coming Soon** Stop out to see our lovely 4BR/1BA cape cod style home located in Middletown.
1 Unit Available
108 Monroe Street,
108 Monroe Street
Middletown, OH | Sunset-Park Place
3 Bedrooms
$1,025
1458 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
108 Monroe Street, Available 12/04/20 108 Monroe St 3BR/1.5BA (Middletown) - **Coming Soon** Stop by our beautiful 3BR/1.5BA 2 story Middletown home.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Trenton. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Union Institute & University, Sinclair Community College, and Xavier University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Trenton. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Union Institute & University, Sinclair Community College, and Xavier University.

City Guide

Trenton
Trenton was originally named Bloomfield after Joseph Bloomfield, a governor of New Jersey. Eventually, the name was changed to Trenton in honor of Trenton, New Jersey.
Trenton was originally named Bloomfield after Joseph Bloomfield, a governor of New Jersey. Eventually, the name was changed to Trenton in honor of Trenton, New Jersey.

Trenton is situated in northeastern Butler County, Ohio. The city lies just west of Middletown and is located on the west bank of the Great Miami River (it seems this area borrowed place names from all over the country). The city originally belonged to Madison Township, but later annexed land in Wayne Township. The most recent census reports that Trenton has a population of roughly 12,000 people, but don't let the town's relatively small population fool you: There's plenty to do in this Ohio town!

Moving to Trenton

Before making the move to Trenton, you'd be wise to spend a week or two exploring the area and getting a sense of all it has to offer. If you have friends or relatives who already live there, great! If not, book a hotel room in Trenton or nearby so you can get a clear sense of what life in the area is like. If you're a driver, make sure to spend some time on the Trenton roads. Though public transit is available, a good percentage of residents prefer to rely on their own set of wheels. If checking out Trenton in person isn't feasible, spend some good quality time researching the area online. Be sure to research the availability of 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments, as these are popular choices among renters.

Fortunately for prospective renters, Trenton has no shortage of rental properties. There are a significant amount of duplexes for rent in the area. Rental homes and furnished apartments are also available.

When applying to rent, make sure you've collected all the documents a landlord might ask to see and that you have them close at hand. Most potential landlords and rental property management companies will want to see proof of income (to verify that you can pay for your dream home), a state-issued ID, and references from previous landlords. Some landlords might also require a credit check-it doesn't hurt to bring an updated credit report while looking at rental properties. Not having these documents readily available can delay the application process, and can even cause a renter to miss out on an excellent rental opportunity.

Another thing to consider before renting a unit or home in Trenton is the time of year. Moving during the wintertime can be difficult and add stress to the process. On the other hand, the heat of midsummer can cause some renters to throw in the towel. Late summer and early fall are the best times to make the move to Trenton, especially if you're sensitive to certain weather conditions.

Moving to Trenton
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Before making the move to Trenton, you'd be wise to spend a week or two exploring the area and getting a sense of all it has to offer. If you have friends or relatives who already live there, great! If not, book a hotel room in Trenton or nearby so you can get a clear sense of what life in the area is like. If you're a driver, make sure to spend some time on the Trenton roads. Though public transit is available, a good percentage of residents prefer to rely on their own set of wheels. If checking out Trenton in person isn't feasible, spend some good quality time researching the area online. Be sure to research the availability of 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments, as these are popular choices among renters.

Fortunately for prospective renters, Trenton has no shortage of rental properties. There are a significant amount of duplexes for rent in the area. Rental homes and furnished apartments are also available.

When applying to rent, make sure you've collected all the documents a landlord might ask to see and that you have them close at hand. Most potential landlords and rental property management companies will want to see proof of income (to verify that you can pay for your dream home), a state-issued ID, and references from previous landlords. Some landlords might also require a credit check-it doesn't hurt to bring an updated credit report while looking at rental properties. Not having these documents readily available can delay the application process, and can even cause a renter to miss out on an excellent rental opportunity.

Another thing to consider before renting a unit or home in Trenton is the time of year. Moving during the wintertime can be difficult and add stress to the process. On the other hand, the heat of midsummer can cause some renters to throw in the towel. Late summer and early fall are the best times to make the move to Trenton, especially if you're sensitive to certain weather conditions.

Neighborhoods in Trenton

Trenton is a relatively compact city, perfect for those who want big-city amenities and small-town charm. The entire area is serviced with only one zip code. Trenton has two major neighborhoods, details of which are provided below.

City Center: City Center is the livelier of the two Trenton neighborhoods. Businesses, residences, and other amenities are relatively closely situated here. Restaurants and retail shops appear side by side, and many places are within convenient walking distance for city residents. Public transportation is available, but most residents prefer driving to bussing. Traffic is not as bad in this urban area as it is in some larger metropolitan areas, however, so don't feel you need to put your beloved ride up for sale.

Miltonville: This area is more sparsely populated. Businesses and other establishments are easily accessible, but they might not be within walking distance. Homes and businesses are spaced farther apart here than they are in City Center, giving residents a higher degree of privacy. Even so, the apartment complexes in the area are conveniently located near retail offerings and other resources, making the neighborhood great for renters.

Neighborhoods in Trenton
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Trenton is a relatively compact city, perfect for those who want big-city amenities and small-town charm. The entire area is serviced with only one zip code. Trenton has two major neighborhoods, details of which are provided below.

City Center: City Center is the livelier of the two Trenton neighborhoods. Businesses, residences, and other amenities are relatively closely situated here. Restaurants and retail shops appear side by side, and many places are within convenient walking distance for city residents. Public transportation is available, but most residents prefer driving to bussing. Traffic is not as bad in this urban area as it is in some larger metropolitan areas, however, so don't feel you need to put your beloved ride up for sale.

Miltonville: This area is more sparsely populated. Businesses and other establishments are easily accessible, but they might not be within walking distance. Homes and businesses are spaced farther apart here than they are in City Center, giving residents a higher degree of privacy. Even so, the apartment complexes in the area are conveniently located near retail offerings and other resources, making the neighborhood great for renters.

Living in Trenton

Trenton has all of the conveniences of a major metropolitan city without the traffic and congestion that larger areas experience. Despite its size, the city is close-knit and residents take pride in the area. There is an active Chamber of Commerce, with many networking opportunities available for businesses and individuals. It's easy to get connected to the community with so many meetings and events taking place. Dust off your business card case and prepare to network!

Those who enjoy an active lifestyle will love Trenton, which has abundant outdoor activities and events for residents of all ages. Nearby Big Walnut Nature Preserve features the Tall Timber Trail that circles a bluff before looping around a deep ravine. The Wolf Cave Trail in McCormick's Creek State Park is also a huge draw-just bring sturdy boots and a full water bottle before hitting the trail. Trenton residents can enjoy easy access to this state park, which has a huge open cave that's open for exploration. This same park features Falls Canyon Trail, which leads to a beautiful canyon complete with waterfall. Cope Hollow Loop and Deam Lake to Jackson road are also popular trails with visitors and Trenton residents.

Trenton residents also have numerous dining options at their fingertips. Foreign cuisine and American fare are readily available. Long story short, you'll never go hungry in Trenton.

Besides being home to outdoor recreation, Trenton also values culture and art. Arts and crafts exhibitions are regularly held in Trenton and nearby towns. The West Chester Symphony Orchestra routinely holds concerts just a short distance from Trenton, and visual artists can choose to enter the several local contests held annually.

If you're looking for pristine natural beauty, great dining options, and a thriving arts culture, look no further than Trenton!

Living in Trenton
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Trenton has all of the conveniences of a major metropolitan city without the traffic and congestion that larger areas experience. Despite its size, the city is close-knit and residents take pride in the area. There is an active Chamber of Commerce, with many networking opportunities available for businesses and individuals. It's easy to get connected to the community with so many meetings and events taking place. Dust off your business card case and prepare to network!

Those who enjoy an active lifestyle will love Trenton, which has abundant outdoor activities and events for residents of all ages. Nearby Big Walnut Nature Preserve features the Tall Timber Trail that circles a bluff before looping around a deep ravine. The Wolf Cave Trail in McCormick's Creek State Park is also a huge draw-just bring sturdy boots and a full water bottle before hitting the trail. Trenton residents can enjoy easy access to this state park, which has a huge open cave that's open for exploration. This same park features Falls Canyon Trail, which leads to a beautiful canyon complete with waterfall. Cope Hollow Loop and Deam Lake to Jackson road are also popular trails with visitors and Trenton residents.

Trenton residents also have numerous dining options at their fingertips. Foreign cuisine and American fare are readily available. Long story short, you'll never go hungry in Trenton.

Besides being home to outdoor recreation, Trenton also values culture and art. Arts and crafts exhibitions are regularly held in Trenton and nearby towns. The West Chester Symphony Orchestra routinely holds concerts just a short distance from Trenton, and visual artists can choose to enter the several local contests held annually.

If you're looking for pristine natural beauty, great dining options, and a thriving arts culture, look no further than Trenton!

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City Guide

Trenton
Trenton was originally named Bloomfield after Joseph Bloomfield, a governor of New Jersey. Eventually, the name was changed to Trenton in honor of Trenton, New Jersey.
Trenton was originally named Bloomfield after Joseph Bloomfield, a governor of New Jersey. Eventually, the name was changed to Trenton in honor of Trenton, New Jersey.

Trenton is situated in northeastern Butler County, Ohio. The city lies just west of Middletown and is located on the west bank of the Great Miami River (it seems this area borrowed place names from all over the country). The city originally belonged to Madison Township, but later annexed land in Wayne Township. The most recent census reports that Trenton has a population of roughly 12,000 people, but don't let the town's relatively small population fool you: There's plenty to do in this Ohio town!

Moving to Trenton

Before making the move to Trenton, you'd be wise to spend a week or two exploring the area and getting a sense of all it has to offer. If you have friends or relatives who already live there, great! If not, book a hotel room in Trenton or nearby so you can get a clear sense of what life in the area is like. If you're a driver, make sure to spend some time on the Trenton roads. Though public transit is available, a good percentage of residents prefer to rely on their own set of wheels. If checking out Trenton in person isn't feasible, spend some good quality time researching the area online. Be sure to research the availability of 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments, as these are popular choices among renters.

Fortunately for prospective renters, Trenton has no shortage of rental properties. There are a significant amount of duplexes for rent in the area. Rental homes and furnished apartments are also available.

When applying to rent, make sure you've collected all the documents a landlord might ask to see and that you have them close at hand. Most potential landlords and rental property management companies will want to see proof of income (to verify that you can pay for your dream home), a state-issued ID, and references from previous landlords. Some landlords might also require a credit check-it doesn't hurt to bring an updated credit report while looking at rental properties. Not having these documents readily available can delay the application process, and can even cause a renter to miss out on an excellent rental opportunity.

Another thing to consider before renting a unit or home in Trenton is the time of year. Moving during the wintertime can be difficult and add stress to the process. On the other hand, the heat of midsummer can cause some renters to throw in the towel. Late summer and early fall are the best times to make the move to Trenton, especially if you're sensitive to certain weather conditions.

Moving to Trenton
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Before making the move to Trenton, you'd be wise to spend a week or two exploring the area and getting a sense of all it has to offer. If you have friends or relatives who already live there, great! If not, book a hotel room in Trenton or nearby so you can get a clear sense of what life in the area is like. If you're a driver, make sure to spend some time on the Trenton roads. Though public transit is available, a good percentage of residents prefer to rely on their own set of wheels. If checking out Trenton in person isn't feasible, spend some good quality time researching the area online. Be sure to research the availability of 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments, as these are popular choices among renters.

Fortunately for prospective renters, Trenton has no shortage of rental properties. There are a significant amount of duplexes for rent in the area. Rental homes and furnished apartments are also available.

When applying to rent, make sure you've collected all the documents a landlord might ask to see and that you have them close at hand. Most potential landlords and rental property management companies will want to see proof of income (to verify that you can pay for your dream home), a state-issued ID, and references from previous landlords. Some landlords might also require a credit check-it doesn't hurt to bring an updated credit report while looking at rental properties. Not having these documents readily available can delay the application process, and can even cause a renter to miss out on an excellent rental opportunity.

Another thing to consider before renting a unit or home in Trenton is the time of year. Moving during the wintertime can be difficult and add stress to the process. On the other hand, the heat of midsummer can cause some renters to throw in the towel. Late summer and early fall are the best times to make the move to Trenton, especially if you're sensitive to certain weather conditions.

Neighborhoods in Trenton

Trenton is a relatively compact city, perfect for those who want big-city amenities and small-town charm. The entire area is serviced with only one zip code. Trenton has two major neighborhoods, details of which are provided below.

City Center: City Center is the livelier of the two Trenton neighborhoods. Businesses, residences, and other amenities are relatively closely situated here. Restaurants and retail shops appear side by side, and many places are within convenient walking distance for city residents. Public transportation is available, but most residents prefer driving to bussing. Traffic is not as bad in this urban area as it is in some larger metropolitan areas, however, so don't feel you need to put your beloved ride up for sale.

Miltonville: This area is more sparsely populated. Businesses and other establishments are easily accessible, but they might not be within walking distance. Homes and businesses are spaced farther apart here than they are in City Center, giving residents a higher degree of privacy. Even so, the apartment complexes in the area are conveniently located near retail offerings and other resources, making the neighborhood great for renters.

Neighborhoods in Trenton
+

Trenton is a relatively compact city, perfect for those who want big-city amenities and small-town charm. The entire area is serviced with only one zip code. Trenton has two major neighborhoods, details of which are provided below.

City Center: City Center is the livelier of the two Trenton neighborhoods. Businesses, residences, and other amenities are relatively closely situated here. Restaurants and retail shops appear side by side, and many places are within convenient walking distance for city residents. Public transportation is available, but most residents prefer driving to bussing. Traffic is not as bad in this urban area as it is in some larger metropolitan areas, however, so don't feel you need to put your beloved ride up for sale.

Miltonville: This area is more sparsely populated. Businesses and other establishments are easily accessible, but they might not be within walking distance. Homes and businesses are spaced farther apart here than they are in City Center, giving residents a higher degree of privacy. Even so, the apartment complexes in the area are conveniently located near retail offerings and other resources, making the neighborhood great for renters.

Living in Trenton

Trenton has all of the conveniences of a major metropolitan city without the traffic and congestion that larger areas experience. Despite its size, the city is close-knit and residents take pride in the area. There is an active Chamber of Commerce, with many networking opportunities available for businesses and individuals. It's easy to get connected to the community with so many meetings and events taking place. Dust off your business card case and prepare to network!

Those who enjoy an active lifestyle will love Trenton, which has abundant outdoor activities and events for residents of all ages. Nearby Big Walnut Nature Preserve features the Tall Timber Trail that circles a bluff before looping around a deep ravine. The Wolf Cave Trail in McCormick's Creek State Park is also a huge draw-just bring sturdy boots and a full water bottle before hitting the trail. Trenton residents can enjoy easy access to this state park, which has a huge open cave that's open for exploration. This same park features Falls Canyon Trail, which leads to a beautiful canyon complete with waterfall. Cope Hollow Loop and Deam Lake to Jackson road are also popular trails with visitors and Trenton residents.

Trenton residents also have numerous dining options at their fingertips. Foreign cuisine and American fare are readily available. Long story short, you'll never go hungry in Trenton.

Besides being home to outdoor recreation, Trenton also values culture and art. Arts and crafts exhibitions are regularly held in Trenton and nearby towns. The West Chester Symphony Orchestra routinely holds concerts just a short distance from Trenton, and visual artists can choose to enter the several local contests held annually.

If you're looking for pristine natural beauty, great dining options, and a thriving arts culture, look no further than Trenton!

Living in Trenton
+

Trenton has all of the conveniences of a major metropolitan city without the traffic and congestion that larger areas experience. Despite its size, the city is close-knit and residents take pride in the area. There is an active Chamber of Commerce, with many networking opportunities available for businesses and individuals. It's easy to get connected to the community with so many meetings and events taking place. Dust off your business card case and prepare to network!

Those who enjoy an active lifestyle will love Trenton, which has abundant outdoor activities and events for residents of all ages. Nearby Big Walnut Nature Preserve features the Tall Timber Trail that circles a bluff before looping around a deep ravine. The Wolf Cave Trail in McCormick's Creek State Park is also a huge draw-just bring sturdy boots and a full water bottle before hitting the trail. Trenton residents can enjoy easy access to this state park, which has a huge open cave that's open for exploration. This same park features Falls Canyon Trail, which leads to a beautiful canyon complete with waterfall. Cope Hollow Loop and Deam Lake to Jackson road are also popular trails with visitors and Trenton residents.

Trenton residents also have numerous dining options at their fingertips. Foreign cuisine and American fare are readily available. Long story short, you'll never go hungry in Trenton.

Besides being home to outdoor recreation, Trenton also values culture and art. Arts and crafts exhibitions are regularly held in Trenton and nearby towns. The West Chester Symphony Orchestra routinely holds concerts just a short distance from Trenton, and visual artists can choose to enter the several local contests held annually.

If you're looking for pristine natural beauty, great dining options, and a thriving arts culture, look no further than Trenton!