Thursday, November 23, 2017

Tag Archives: cincinnati

Blue Ash Nature Park

Shady... with five parks in one... perfect for any summer day. There are swings and clean bathrooms, a huge covered picnic table area, and even trails. Another great park in Cincinnati that offers lots to do for the short attention span kids like mine. Read More »

Skyline Chili

This is a Cincinnati favorite and always will be. Skyline Chili is the #1 place to sit indoors, get fast food service, and enjoy mini-hot dogs called Cheese Coney's. Read More »

Frisch’s Big Boy

Frisch's Big Boy is literally the one and only all American 100% Family restaurant in our nation. I may be a little bias, but I have never come across a more kid-friendly restaurant any where. The food is all American comfort food, they have a quick and delicious buffet, a cup of crayons on every table with placemats to color for each child, and strawberry pie that tastes like grandma just made it. Read More »

Lake Isabella

Lake Isabella is a large quiet and peaceful lake to take the kids for a few hours of picnicing and fishing. And, when the kids are ready to make a little noise, there is lots of land to run and a cute playground where you'll find swings and monkey bars. Read More »

Coney Island

Coney Island's website says, "Coney Island is unique as it not only was the name of the New York resort that was the center of the amusement park universe in the early part of the century, but also the name of the famed amusement park in Cincinnati, OH, which is regarded by many as one of the best operated amusement parks in history." Yes, it's a big, fun, and unforgettable amusement park where you can enjoy a day in their Sunlite pool (the world’s largest recirculating swimming pool), ride over 20 classic family and kiddie rides, or enjoy live music. Read More »

Cincinnati Nature Center

The Cincinnati Nature Center is like going back in time to 1898. There are acres of forests with natural mulched trails weaved around the historic Krippendorf home, another log cabin with period artifacts, tadpole & lili-pad frog ponds, daffodiles, and a beautiful indoor nature center. It is located east of Cincinnati, and the drive out there feels like a time capsal from big city to all natural times preserving the way it was... once upon a time. 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 »

Bob Meyer Park

This is a great, safe, neighborhood public park next to the Rockwern Academy off Montgomery Road. It is big enough to tucker them out, but small enough to be able to actually have a seat on one of the two wooden benches and watch your kids play and play. Read More »