The holidays are officially over, and 2018 isn’t exactly giving us a warm welcome, but not all the area’s organizations are in recovery mode. For those willing to brave the arctic chill, there are activities to coax you out. If the cold snap has finally put you in the holiday spirit, you’re still in luck; several seasonal offerings still have a few days to run.
Great Parks of Hamilton County will develop a comprehensive master plan with the direction of an advisory committee composed of community and business leaders.
Great Parks of Hamilton County is teaming with the Ohio River Foundation and Rivers Unlimited for free paddling programs that include lake cleanups.
Great Parks of Hamilton County is teaming with the Ohio River Foundation and Rivers Unlimited for free paddling programs that include lake cleanups. Participants can sharpen their canoe and kayak skills while improving the water quality of Winton Lake.
Great Parks is holding a Native Tree & Shrub Sale. More than 25 species of trees and plants grown from locally collected seeds will be available.
Pack up the kids and head to Winton Woods Harbor for a fun and educational day at the 12th annual Kids Outdoor Adventure Expo.
Beyond the 78 miles of trails you can walk, run, hike, bike or ride a horse on, Great Parks has two more ways to keep you active outdoors this summer.
Take your camera or smartphone and join photojournalist Malinda Hartong to photograph landscapes, birds and other wildlife throughout Hamilton County parks. No experience necessary!
Sale ends Sept. 14, don’t miss out on finding the perfect plants for your yard at the Great Parks Annual Native Tree and Shrub Sale.