A Great Park

Otto Armleder Memorial Park

Bring your four-legged friend for playtime at the dog park and then hit the one-mile trail connector to enjoy the Lunken Airfield Loop.

This 305-acre park features a 10-acre dog park with areas for large and small breeds, a canine shower and drinking fountains. It also features a new 1.0-mile paved trail that connects the park's existing 1.9-mile trail to the 5.0-mile Lunken Airfield loop (opened in spring 2012), as well as a playground, reservable soccer fields, river outlook and canoe access to the Little Miami River.

Armleder Park is a joint venture between the Cincinnati Park Board, Cincinnati Recreation Commission and Great Parks of Hamilton County. Great Parks maintains the dog park and the Cincinnati Recreation Commission manages the park’s soccer fields and pavilion. For information regarding soccer fields, please contact 513-352-4020.

Note: 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.


5057 Wooster Pike

Cincinnati, OH 45226

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  • Open daily from dawn until dusk.

Otto Armleder Memorial Park Activities

Armleder Dog Park

The 10-acre dog park provides dog owners with a fun place to take their pups to play off-leash. There is an area where dogs of all sizes can play and another area where smaller breeds can play together. There is plenty of shade, places to sit and access to water.

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Otto Armleder Memorial Park features a new 1.0-mile paved trail that connects the park's existing 1.9-mile trail to the 5-mile Lunken Airfield loop (opened in spring 2012),

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Upcoming Events

  • Scarecrow Row

    From October 3–30, 2021, be sure to check out Scarecrow Row at Otto Armleder Memorial Park! This fun, fall art installation along the Shared-Use Trail features not-so-scary scarecrows created by local individuals, businesses and organizations.

    Scarecrow Row benefits Madi’s House, a community center serving young adults in Greater Cincinnati battling addiction and experiencing mental health issues. For more information, including how you can participate, visit the Scarecrow Row website.

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