Before you head out into the parks, check here for the most up-to-date information on winter sport availability, road closures, construction projects and more.
Great Parks continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely to determine timing of cancellations, closures and openings. Note that information listed is subject to change as conditions change. Please check back for updates.
For updated closures and program cancellations visit greatparks.org/COVID-19
Otto Armleder to Lunken Connector Trail Closed
July 31, 2021
The Lunken Connector Trail at Otto Armleder Memorial Park will be open for weekend use. For the duration of the remaining construction through August 2022, the trail will be opened on weekends only and closed during the week for construction.
Wet Playgrounds Closed
June 16, 2021
Due to hiring challenges, reduced staffing levels, and budgetary constraints, Great Parks of Hamilton County’s wet playgrounds at Winton Woods and Woodland Mound will not open in 2021. The Sharon Woods water feature play area for kids is running daily and will remain open since it does not require additional staffing.
Restrooms at Embshoff Woods Closed
Restrooms at Embshoff Woods are currently closed and Port-O-Lets are available.
Oak Glen Nature Preserve Closed
Oak Glen Nature Preserve is currently closed. For more information and updates, please click here.
Athletic Fields: Visit our Athletics page for rain-out numbers for leagues at Miami Whitewater Forest, Triple Creek and Francis RecreAcres.
Boathouses: Open. For hours, click here.
Harbor Snack Bars: Open. For hours, click here.
- The temperature must be higher than 60 degrees for harbor snack bars to open.
Restrooms & Drinking Fountains: Open
- When nighttime temperatures dip below freezing, restrooms and drinking fountains must be winterized so that pipes don't freeze. Restrooms next to visitor centers and golf course pro shops remain open for public use year-round.
- The Armleder Trail Connection to Lunken is closed when the Ohio River level is at 38 feet. Otto Armleder Park & Recreation Complex closes when the river level is at 42 feet. See the National Weather Service for current and forecasted river levels.
Wet Playgrounds: Due to hiring challenges, reduced staffing levels, and budgetary constraints, Great Parks of Hamilton County’s wet playgrounds at Winton Woods and Woodland Mound will not open in 2021. The Sharon Woods water feature play area for kids is running daily and will remain open since it does not require additional staffing.