There's a small town charm to Oxford, Ohio that is heart-warming to all, whether you're a one-time visitor, a college student, or a year-round resident. Here at Enjoy Oxford, we hope everyone enjoys our little town and all it has to offer as much as we do! We've gathered up just a few photos from the community that express some of the things we're most grateful for about Oxford. We encourage you to think about what you're most grateful for about Oxford, OH - there are definitely many perks of being in this quaint college town!
We're grateful for friendly customer service and local businesses that offer a variety of goods and services to the community.
We're grateful for Miami University's beautiful campus with countless spots to have a picnic, hammock, take pictures, or just lounge with friends.
We're grateful for an award-winning farmers' market where we can support local farmers while buying fresh foods to keep our families healthy.
We're grateful for a vibrant Uptown district with a beautiful Uptown Park, delicious local restaurants and plenty of space for picnics.
We're grateful for McCullough Hyde Hospital where the doctors and nurses care for their patients and encourage a safe, healthy community for everyone.
We're grateful for the annual Holiday Festival that brings the community together with fun opportunities for all ages.
We're grateful for local restaurants with friendly service, great food and lively ambience for fun times with friends and family.
And the list could go on and on. Oxford, Ohio is a special town with a cheerful environment and kind people that work hard to keep this town great. This holiday season, share a picture of what you're grateful for about Oxford and make sure to tag @EnjoyOxford!
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