Parks

The City Park        

Gazebo at the City Park

Gazebo at the City Park

The main entrance to the park is located on McMakin Street between Perry Street and Joseph Street. The top level of the park is the home of the Mt. Healthy Historical Society and the Veterans Memorial. The second level features the Aquatics Center (Mt. Healthy Pool), and bathhouse, concession stand, children’s playground and the Gazebo, where summer concerts take place. The third level of the park has playing fields that many adult and youth groups use for baseball, softball, soccer and football programs. The playing fields are surrounded by a 3/10ths of a mile walking track. The City sponsors a fireworks display on the 3rd of July to celebrate Independence Day. This celebration is devoted to the entire family. Call 513-931-8840 for details. The park is open year round from 6:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. with the exception of the swimming pool and concession stands. If you have any questions concerning the use of the park for family events, rates for pool passes, swimming lessons and pool hours, please call City Hall at 513-931-8840.

Heritage Park

Heritage Park Trail

Heritage Park Trail

Heritage Park Pond

Heritage Park Pond

Heritage Park is located on Hamilton Ave. next to Cross County Hwy. It features a paved pedestrian walkway that circles a small pond. Along the walkway you will find benches, historical markers and a timber bridge. At the entrance to the park is a water fountain, with stone signage and benches.

Forest Avenue Wetland Park

Forest Avenue Wetland Park is located off of Compton Rd. at the south end of Forest Avenue. This park is a nature preserve, with two ponds, a wide variety of plant and animal life, and an unpaved walking trail. There are also picnic tables, grills, and a shelter located at the entrance to the park, in the grassy area.