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Woodland Mound Park

Whether you live in the area or just visiting, Woodland Mound Park offers something for everyone. From a fantastic 18-hole disc golf course to a visit center and nature trails.

Great Parks brings more adventure to Woodland Mound with three new obstacle course elements. They are designed to be accessible for all fitness levels and provide an individualized workout. Read on for some ideas.

Disc Golf

There’s no denying that disc golf has gained serious traction in the US in recent years. It’s a fun sport that doesn’t require much gear to start and it’s a great excuse to get outdoors with friends.

Whether you’re a disc golf pro or just starting out, there are plenty of courses to choose from in the Queen City. These 9 and 18-hole courses are spread throughout the city and provide varying levels of difficulty.

Mason Sports Park: This new park features a disc golf course along with ball diamonds, a playground, and football fields. It’s located off of State Route 129 near Liberty Township.

Wet Playground

With a heat index of up to 109 degrees, Cincinnati has some great places to cool off this week. Many are free, while others require a fee or have a season pass.

The wet playground at Parky’s Wetland Adventure in Woodland Mound Park is a must for kids with water slides, water fountains, and sprayers. It also has a regular playground and is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Admission is $6 per child, and bathing suits are recommended.

The beautiful 1,070-acre park is a popular destination for families in the area and offers a wide variety of activities for all ages. The scenic vistas are breathtaking, and the park’s trails are ideal for hiking, running, and walking. The paved trails are designed with dual lanes so that bikers, runners, and rollerbladers can all coexist without conflict. The 1.2-mile multi-use paved trail has workout stations to help users exercise in a fun environment. This unique place is a must-see!

Hiking Trails

The 1.2-mile multi-use paved trail combines accessibility and beauty by allowing walkers, runners, rollerbladers, and bikers to co-exist at their own pace without interruption. There are also several wooded hiking trails, one named Parcours featuring 18 workout stations that target different muscle groups throughout its nine-tenth-mile course. The Hedgeapple and Seasongood nature trails are small loops offering scenic views of the Ohio River and Northern Kentucky.

The kids loved the parcours trail, which was a low-impact and fun way to burn energy. It was also a great opportunity to see the beautiful Tent Caterpillars, who were making their presence known with their bright white colors.

The Breezy Point Pavillion and Nature’s Niche gift shop offer snacks. The park also sells books, games, bird feeders, and garden decor. The park is part of the Hamilton County Park District, which offers a $10 pass good for all parks in the system. Check their website for more information.

Boat Ramp

The new boat ramp is open the first weekend of May and closes the first weekend of November. Use is subject to river and weather conditions.

Great Parks of Hamilton County has added more adventure to Woodland Mound, a popular park for families. The park system installed inclined monkey bars, vault bars, and a weaver on a 1.2-mile paved trail at the park. Great Parks worked with current users to design the equipment. They wanted it to be as accessible as possible, so everyone could enjoy the challenge. The park also plans to add a connector path so it can be used as an ADA-compliant obstacle course circuit.

The park offers a wide variety of recreational activities including disc golf, hiking trails, fishing, a wet playground, and much more. It’s one of the best parks in the city for a day trip. The park also features a picnic area, snack bar, and a view of the Ohio River from the Breezy Point Pavilion. Continue reading the next article.


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