If you are purchasing a home or condominium that has only a small (or no) yard, do not fear. Greater Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio and Northern Kentucky have many public parks to fulfill your “green” needs.
In Cincinnati, you can explore over area 100 parks with 5,000 acres of space! Read more about Cincinnati Parks here.
One favorite Cincinnati park is Alms Park. This beautiful and scenic park is tucked away on Mt. Tusculum (710 Tusculum Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45226) and offers panoramic Ohio River views and is a great place to watch planes take off and land from Lunken Airport. The concrete slide at this park has been a longtime favorite for all ages.
In Dayton, the Carillon Historical Park is a must-see for the area. This park showcases historical artifacts for industrialism and innovation on a 65-acre campus. (1000 Carillon Blvd., Dayton, Ohio 45409)
Northern Kentucky has more than 20 parks to explore. Devou Park is located on the highest lookout in Covington, Kentucky and offers spectacular views of the riverfront and downtown Cincinnati. (790 Park Lane, Covington, Kentucky 41011)