Four Parks to Visit During Your Stay at Cincinnati Sharonville West

What comes to mind when you think of Cincinnati? One thing that you probably don’t think or are parks. Many people are surprised to discover that Cincinnati is home to a number of spectacular parks that incredible to visit. In fact, the City of Cincinnati Park’s system was rated as “excellent” by the Trust for Public Land thanks to the funding that is spent continually on conserving and maintaining the parks.

Here are a few of the most popular Cincinnati parks you can visit:

  • Eden Park – This park is home to the Krohn Conservatory, the Cincinnati Art Museum, and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. Eden Park is one of the most popular parks in Cincinnati and features a gazebo, Mirror Lake, and the Bettman Fountain.
  • Smale Riverfront Park – This park allows perfect views of the river. To accommodate seasonal flooding, the park was built as a series of terraces with several areas lifted out of the floodplain.
  • Caldwell Nature Preserve – This park boasts an amphitheater, a nature center, and 3.5 miles of trails that include a level-paved pathway for wheelchair accessibility.
  • Krohn Conservatory – Located in Eden Park, the Krohn Conservatory was built in 1933 and features more than 3,500 species of plants from around the world. Special exhibits at the conservatory include the famous Butterfly Show, where thousands of butterflies are free to fly through a showroom.

Whether you are looking for a place for your children to run around or a relaxing place to unwind after a long day of meetings, visit one of Cincinnati’s many beautiful parks. A full list of parks in the area can be found here.

After a day of fun in Cincinnati, return to Sonesta ES Suites Sharonville West for a good night’s rest. Our specious suites are ideal for accommodating families traveling together, and our modern décor and fully equipped kitchens make our suites feel like home. To make your reservation, give us a call or follow this link to book online.

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