Located in north-central Columbus Ohio, Clintonville is home to roughly 30,000 residents. A more informal neighborhood, Clintonville has loose borders to the south being the Glen Echo Ravine, east being I-71, the west being the Olentangy River and north being Worthington. Being that its boundaries were loose, the northern area in particular grew with the labeling of homes in that area of Clintonville as popularity increased. Today there are 5 distinct sections of Clintonville. They include South Clintonville, North Clintonville, Beechwold, North of Morse and Old Beechwold.
Popular attractions and famous landmarks in Clintonville include Whetstone Park, a great place for biking trails, tennis courts and pond. Olentangy Park which was once home to the largest amusement park in the U.S. and the Columbus Zoo which only now remains the monkey house now used as a barn.