The harbor area is the hub of the park with a snack bar, large playground, water feature play area for kids and plenty of seating for a fun picnic. A 2.6-mile shared-use trail also winds around scenic Sharon Lake.
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11450 Lebanon Road
Sharonville, Ohio 45241Get Directions >
The boathouse overlooks a 35-acre lake perfect for fishing and boating. It offers pedal, pontoon and rowboats, as well as canoe, kayaks and motorboats for rent. There is option to rent bikes and purchase bait and tackle for fishing at the pier.
Dates Weekday Weekend/Holiday Opening Day: Mar 13, 2021 Mar 13-28 closed 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Mar 29-Apr 30 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. May 1-Sept 6 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Sept 7-Oct 24 closed 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Last Day: Oct 24, 2021
1 hour: $13.95
3 hours: $15.95
6 hours: $17.95
Season Pass: $149
1 hour: $30
3 hours: $40
6 hours: $50
Mini-Pontoon Boat: 1 hour $79.95; peak rate: $89.95
4-seat Pedal Boat: 1 hour: $13.95; peak rate: $15.95
Kayak: 1 hour: $13.95 (single); $15.95 (tandem); peak rate: $15.95 (single); $17.95 (tandem)
Canoe: 1 hour: $13.95; peak rate: $15.95
Stand-up Paddleboard: 1 hour: $13.95; peak rate: $15.95
Bicycle: 1 hour: $13.95; peak rate: $15.95
Peak rate pricing is in effect during weekends and holidays from May 4–Labor Day.
Prices do not include tax. Golden Buckeye/Armed Forces Members can rent a 1-hour rowboat and stay out as long as they like, weekdays only.
The scenic 35-acre Sharon Lake has a boathouse with row, pedal and pontoon boats and kayaks for rent. Electric and gas motors up to four horsepower are permitted are to use with rental boats or private canoes and kayaks. Fishing is permitted from boats or fishing pier. An Ohio State Fishing License is required.
The Sharon Woods Harbor playground is a large modern playground with water features and spray fountains.
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