The Clermont County Park District offers something for all guests – from active recreation like hiking, canoeing/kayaking or enjoying a bike ride, to more leisurely pursuits like enjoying a picnic or fishing. Explore and enjoy at your own pace.
Clermont County Park District naturalists offer a variety of nature education programs to schools, scout groups, civic organizations and the general public. Nearly 5,000 people attend our naturalist programs annually.
The Clermont County Park District conserves and preserves natural resources in the county. The park district manages six parks, three nature preserves, a hike/bike trail and several green spaces encompassing nearly 800 acres. Recent conservation projects include a wetland restoration at Shor Park and green space protection along the East Fork of the Little Miami River.
During the COVID-19 crisis, Park District properties are open for hiking and walking. Playgrounds are closed per Governor DeWine’s order. Restrooms are closed, but there will be a port-a-potty available in each park. Please practice social distancing and other preventive measures in the parks.