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Harbin Park

In an attempt to get a few more days out of this summer, I decided to take a detour yesterday and stopped to explore Harbin Park in Fairfield. Harbin Park sits at the end of Hunter Road in Fairfield. It’s a rather large park (Fairfield’s largest in fact), weighing in at 161 acres.   Most … Read more

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Armeleder Memorial Sprayground at Sawyer Point

Here we are with another installment of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati”!  I have to ask you…. have you discovered the Sprayground at Sawyer Point yet? NOTE for 2020: This spray ground is open for the summer of 2020 with restricted hours. As of June, 2020, the park is open 11am – 5pm, 7 … Read more

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Smale Riverfront Park

Here we are with another installment of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” and today we’re featuring the newest Cincinnati Park, Smale Riverfront Park. Smale Riverfront Park sits along the Ohio River just east of the base of the Roebling Suspension Bridge.  This 45 acre park spans the riverfront area between Paul Brown Stadium and Great … Read more

Explore the Covington side of the Ohio River

It’s Day 360 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” and today we’re featuring a view from the south side as we explore the Covington shore of the Ohio River. Over the last few weeks I’ve had the pleasure of seeing Cincinnati from the other side – the Kentucky side.  Numerous events (Brian Jorg’s Skyline … Read more

Totter’s Otterville

Today is Day 103 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” and today we head south to visit Totter’s Otterville, an indoor-outdoor playland for children. This little gem of a kiddy wonderland is hidden in Northern Kentucky.  I will admit right up front that I almost turned around to come home as I was driving … Read more

Jungle Jim’s International Market

Day 19 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” takes us to Jungle Jim’s International Market.  Spanning more than six acres, this is truly a “food lover’s paradise”. When you pull into the parking lot you’ll know you’ve come upon something unusual.  From the monkey holding the entrance sign (below) to the old King’s Island … Read more