Yes, you can leave your house to go for a walk and explore the outdoors.
We’ve put together a list of our favorite local KZF projects to help you make it through the weekend as we plan to stay home and social distance. Here’s where you need to go in Cincinnati.
Smale Riverfront Park
On the banks of the Cincinnati riverfront, Smale Riverfront Park offers amazing views of the river, plenty of places to walk and bike, and exercise equipment to stay active. Click here for directions and more information.
The world class Summit Park in Blue Ash has 130-acres of open space to discover trails, catch a fish in the pond, take your furry friend to the dog park. Click here for directions and more information.
Little Miami Scenic Trial
The Little Miami Scenic Trail provides more than 50 miles of well shaded trail with great destinations along the route. Two state parks, John Bryan and Caesar Creek can be reached from the trail. Click here for more information.
Ohio River Trail
The Ohio River Trail is a series of multi-use trails (biking, running & walking) along the Ohio River including Lunken Trail and Armleder Park Trail. The current trail spans more than 10 miles. Click here to see the route of the trail.
Five Mile Trail
Ashland Riverfront Park
The Ashland Riverfront Park features both the “Port of Ashland,” an active boat dock, and picnic facilities for everyone to enjoy.