Stanbery Park

Stanbery Park

Stanbery Features

125-acre Stanbery Park features one of the city’s most extensive hiking trail systems amid streams and acres of woodlands. It also offers a civic green and walkway, play areas and one of Cincinnati’s premier sledding hills. Stanbery is ideal for picnics, band concerts and community gatherings.

Certain areas of Stanbery Park will be closed this fall and winter for park maintenance and natural resource management projects. The public is asked to observe the “Trail Closed” and “Park Area Closed” signs posted in the park. Please click here for detailed map trail closures. View trail closure calendar.

Stanbery Park
2221 Oxford Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45230

  • Picnic Area
  • Shelter
  • Hiking Trail
  • Playground
  • Comfort Station/Restrooms
  • Significant Natural Areas
  • Historic Feature/Public Art

Stanbery Park (Mt. Washington)
Caretaker’s Residence: In the past, a charming Tudor Revival house was the home of Brigadier general Sanford B. Stanbery, the highest-ranking officer from Hamilton County in World War I for whom the park was named. It is built in the Tudor Revival style.
World War I Memorial: Known as “The Boy and the Book,” this life-size bronze sculpture shows a young man sitting on a tree stump with an open book on his lap. The piece was created by Arturo Ivone and dedicated in 1938 as a World War I memorial.