Beavercreek is a suburb of Dayton, Ohio, in the United States. It is located five miles east of the city. Beavercreek is the largest city in Greene County, Ohio, and the second largest suburb of Dayton, following Kettering. This community features neighborhood communities that have a lot of room, in a rolling, wooded terrain.
Beavercreek’s economy is dependent to the research and manufacturing firms with facilities in the area that are engaged in defense technologies, aerospace, automotive components, electronics and other specialized advanced technologies. The US Aeroteam and Qbase are located in the area. The area also serves as a bedroom community for the larger Dayton area. The largest employer is the area is the nearby Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and the many defense industry contractors which serve this huge administrative command, support services, and research facility. There are many options for executive suites in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
In Beavercreek there are several options for entertainment, including The Mall at Fairfield Commons which offers anchor stores that include Dick’s Sporting Goods, Elder-Beerman, JCPenney, Macy’s, Sears, and Elder-Beerman for Her. There are also 130 specialty shops, dining options, and services for residents. Another option is the University Nutter Center (commonly Nutter Center) a multi-purpose arena located at Wright State University in Fairborn, Ohio that serves as a music venue for touring concerts and shows. There is also a golf course in Beavercreek. Dining options in Beavercreek include Wellington Grille, The Cheesecake Factory, House of Thai, Abuelo’s The Flavor of Mexico, and Golden Corral. Adobe Gila’s serves authentic Mexican cuisine and a healthy cocktail list, a place to go to socialize with friends.
The closest major airport to Beavercreek, Ohio is Dayton International Airport. This airport is in Dayton, Ohio and is 23 miles from the city center. You will need a car to get around Beavercreek. Interstate 675 is an eastern bypass of Drayton which serves the area and provides access to Michigan and Georgia.