As the oldest park in our system, Sharon Woods has a rich history of providing great recreational opportunities like fishing, boating, golfing and hiking.
Sharon Woods is a popular 730-acre park that features a visitor center with exhibits as well as one of our Nature's Niche gift shops.
The park is a popular spot to exercise outdoors with a 2.6-mile paved multi-purpose trail around the lake, a 1.0-mile fitness trail and the 0.7-mile Gorge nature trail.
Reservable areas include the Lakeside Lodge, as well as shelters and picnic areas, with Great Parks Catering available.
11450 Lebanon Road
Sharonville, OH 45241
- Park open daily from dawn until dusk
Phone: Boathouse: 513-769-4326
Heritage Village Museum: 513-563-9484
Nature's Niche Gifts & Books: 513-563-4513
Pro Shop: 513-769-4325
Sharon Centre: 513-563-4513
Stonewood Banquet Center: 513-769-0624
Great Parks: 513-521-7275
Sharon Woods Activities
If you are looking to rent a row, pedal or pontoon boat, try stand-up paddleboarding or rent a bike for the day, the boathouse is the place to go. Located on 35-acre Sharon Lake, it provides easy access to recreational water activities and a beautiful view of the water.
Be sure to stop in Sharon Centre if you are looking for a unique gift for any occasion. This Nature's Niche Gifts & Books is one of the larger shop locations with a wide variety of local and handmade goods.
As Great Parks' oldest and most popular course, Sharon Woods Golf Course provides challenging play with rolling hills and beautiful views. The classic 18-hole course has been rated four stars by Golf Digest and has award-winning PGA Professionals.
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.
Heritage Village Museum513-563-9484
The Heritage Village Museum is a recreated 1800s community featuring historic buildings within Sharon Woods. The grounds of Heritage Village are leased by Historic Southwest Ohio (HSO), a non-profit organization dedicated to preservation of 19th century life.
Sharon Woods is a popular spot to exercise outdoors with a 2.6-mile paved multi-purpose trail around the lake, a 1.0-mile fitness trail and the 0.7-mile Gorge nature trail.
Sharon Centre features nature exhibits, live wildlife, and a Nature's Niche gift shop.
Sharon Lake Improvement
If you’ve seen a green covering over Sharon Lake, it’s not algae; it’s duckweed, one of the smallest flowering plants in the world. This plant is taking advantage nutrients in the sediment at the bottom of the lake.
Great Parks is in the process of improving the health of the lake and surrounding habitats. While it is an extensive project, enhancing the lake will improve water quality, preserve local wildlife and offer park guests the best recreation opportunities.