Eden Park in Cincinnati is a beautiful and popular 86 acre urban park, featuring walking trails, two lakes, a playground and more, including a number of other fun family attractions too!
Eden Park is one of the most popular parks in the city Cincinnati, with a number of features and landmarks that are really fun to explore!
Landmarks within the Eden Park include the Hinkle Magnolia Garden, which features a picturesque gazebo. Also lovely to explore are the memorial tree groves and paths, as well as the stunning Mirror Lake, and the Bettman Fountain.
The newly added Tom Jones Commons features Eden Park’s first picnic shelter, as well as wetlands, and nature playscape fun for kids!
Twin Lakes was once an old quarry, and today features two lakes (could you guess from the name!) as well as a footbridge and a number of walking paths, and don't miss the impressive view of the Ohio River and Kentucky!
Also in Eden Park are several sculptures and a playground which kids always love. The park is a great spot for playing chess with friends or for launching model boats.
Also, within Eden Park is a picturesque 172-foot high Water Tower dating back to 1894!
Eden Park is also home to the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park as well as the Krohn Conservatory, so with so much to do in Eden Park, you won't want to miss it on your family day out!
There is a picnic area so take your own lunch and enjoy it under the shade of a beautiful tree!
Take your camera for all those scenic locations!
Make sure you take water if you're spending the day in the sun
The walking paths are smooth, but any accessibility questions feel free to give them a call!