Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Tag Archives: Basketball

Recreations Outlet

Recreations Outlet

What a brilliant idea to use their showroom as an indoor playcenter with equipment like no other facility. My kids literally bounce from one thing to the next. They love the trampolines, the huge slides, the rock walls, the plastic motorcycles, the bongie chord spinning and bounce chair, and two person boat swing. Read More »

Big Bonelick State Park

Big Bonelick State Park

Recreated grasslands, wetlands and wooded savannas lie along the Discovery trail leading to the paved Bonelick Creek Trail where you'll literally see a herd of real Buffalo. This park blooms all through the months of Spring and Summer, and changes into a world of new colors in the Fall. When we want to go for "a walk in the park", we enjoy the great outdoors at this state park. The trails provide lots of shade and lots of level walking ground great for all ages. Read More »

Run, Jump, -n- Play

Run, Jump, -n- Play is a huge warehouse with different areas of fun. Their amazing 10,000 foot showroom has about 12 different kinds of quality redwood backyard playsets. Brilliant! And they have the Inflatable Amusement Rooms containing 3 inflatables in a 4,000 square-foot area (Pirate Ship, the biggest shark, and Dolphins). And last but not least, they have Glow Bowling and Glow Mini Golf. Yes, dark & florescent. Read More »

Sellman Park

There are so few parks today surrounded by trees, but Sellman is not one of them. It is nestled within a wooded forest behind the Madeira Middle School, and it is an easy and shaded park to go to with the kids. Read More »

Swaim Park

This is one of the most beautiful parks in Cincinnati. Swaim (although I'm not sure how to pronounce it's name) has two beautiful duck ponds with a fountain, big blooming trees in the spring, a paved walking or bike trail winding through the playground past the picnic tables over the tiny wooden bridge that stretches from one parking lot to the other parking lot which marks it's borders. Read More »

Bechtold Park

Yet another fun park to visit. There isn't much shade, but there are lots of things to do. There are several covered large picnic table areas, there are two large playgrounds (which we sometimes drive from one to the other), swings, basketball courts, and ... your child's imagination. Read More »

Dulle Park

Like a hide-away that not many people have discovered yet, this park is more than just a playground with covered picnic tables, it is also a natural playground with a small and "kid-friendly" creek for skipping stones. If the sun is out, and you're looking for a spot to park it in the shade... this is the peaceful park to go to. Read More »