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July is National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) month and 2021's theme is Our Park and Rec Story. Everybody has a Parks story to tell, and we want to hear yours. Cincinnati Parks are a place for gathering, for education, improving health, relaxing, fun and most...

Posted: July 1, 2021 Summer is in full swing and it's almost the Fourth of July! Looking for a way to celebrate in your Cincinnati Parks for free? We've got some ideas for you. From concerts to outdoor theatre performances to fireworks, you and your family...

Aside from being one of the nation’s top urban park systems, Cincinnati Parks also has a number of pollinator gardens that help maintain and sustain the presence of pollinators in our parks. The diversity of trees, flowers and other plants in our parks support many...

It’s pollinator week! Even though we only recognize them for a week, creating a space for them year-round is very important. Pollinators are essential for our food system and ecosystems, and quite frankly, we need them to survive. Looking to provide a pollinator garden for the...

The demolition of the pavilion at Owls Nest Park is postponed until Cincinnati Parks has an opportunity to meet with the surrounding communities. A previous version of this article stated demolition was to start the week of June 14th, as the building is structurally unsound. We...

The cicadas are in full swing! Across most of the city, if you step outside, you'll hear these short-lived creatures buzzing loudly. Early in the morning you may see masses of them flying near a tree and mistake them for falling leaves. You may even...

Our friends at the Cincinnati Parks Foundation are delighted to announce a new partnership with Luke5Adventures, Cincinnati Parks, and former Park Board Commissioner and accessibility advocate, Kevin Flynn. The new, free program called “Everybody in Mt. Airy” will make it possible for those with disabilities...