About Harrison Pond
Harrison Pond is named after Mr. Harrison, the original owner who was a lawyer and "gentleman farmer." Harrison Pond began as a horse farm when the Rocky Fork Hunt Club used to hold fox hunts on the property. The original Harrison homestead was located at the site of our pool & shelter house. The remaining land was cornfield, woods, and the pond.
As late as 1992, our neighborhood was actually part of New Albany, though was subsequently annexed to Gahanna. This is why we have a New Albany mailing address: for the convenience of the original homeowners it was never changed. The three “corral” areas along Morse Road are still owned and maintained by The New Albany Company, but all our services come from the City of Gahanna, and of course, we are part of Gahanna School System.
Now that our neighborhood is complete, we have 551 homes, a pool and pool house, the “big pond” surrounded by a walking path and Gazebo. We’ve built a playground by the pool, and on the eastern end of the neighborhood we have Headley Park, which is home to the Gahanna League soccer fields.