Cedarville is located in southwestern Ohio in northeasern Greene County
about 40 miles west-southwest of Columbus
and 10 miles east of Dayton
This quiet village is convenient to both Springfield and Xenia. It is 11 miles south of I-70 exit 54 and 17 miles north of I-71 exit 58.
Passing through the center of town is the Ohio-to-Erie Bike path, which is part of the nationally recognized Ohio Rails-to-Trails program. The Ohio-to-Erie Trail is the system's longest, connecting Cincinnati to Cleveland by 2004.
The Labor Day holiday was authored by Cedarville native Senator James H Kyle; and Whitelaw Reid (1837-1912) noted Civil War journalist, politician, and US ambassador resided here.
Nearby Indian Mound Reserve offers a short hiking trail which leads to one of Ohio's many Indian mounds. This was once the hunting area of the Shawnee Indians, among whom Chief Blue Jacket is celebrated in a nearby outdoor historic reenactment.
Local attractions include the McFarland/Williamson Cabin and the The Cedarville Opera House.