Mud Free Playgrounds around Cincinnati

Don’t let rain, snow or mud prevent you from having fun at the park! There are many mud-free playgrounds around Cincinnati that feature clean, rubber surfaces, which will help keep everyone mud-free and having fun!

Beech Acres Park

6910 Salem Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Beech Acres is another playground destination that every Cincinnati kid should experience at least once. The playground is large, handicap accessible, and has several different areas and themes to keep kids engaged. There is also a large sand play area and a seasonal spray ground!

Cottell Park

5847 Irwin Simpson Rd., Mason, OH 45040
This 46-acre green space is perfect for all sorts of activities. The playground itself is entertaining for all ages with a designated spot for toddlers. It’s also mostly shaded, with plenty of benches, and other wide-open spaces to run around.

Crescent Park

crescent park in wyoming

340 Crescent Avenue, Wyoming, OH 45215.
Tucked behind the business district of Wyoming in a cute corner of Crescent and Worthington Avenue, Crescent Park is a brand new, fully accessible playground! The impressive structure has several wheelchair accessible spinners and rockers, swings, toddler playhouse and multi-level climber.

Fernbank Park

50 Thornton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45233
Fernbank Park is unique thanks to its beautiful location right along the river. The playground is large, mostly shaded, and has no mulch. You have to save time for a walk along the paved path that winds adjacent to the river.

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Fleckenstein Park

3834 Mason Montgomery Rd., Mason, OH 45040
This Mason park is a little climber’s dream come true and also a mom’s as there is no mulch! Toddlers will love the area that’s just for them and everyone will love the variety of things to do in the park.

Heroes Park

Heroes Park in Fairfield Township

3653-3697 Millikin Rd, Hamilton, OH 45011
Heroes Park, located at the corner of Millikin and Morris Road, has epic features for kids of all ages! Serviced by Fairfield Township, the park has a little bit of everything- a playground with zip line, spinning nets, toddler space, multi-level climber, musical instruments, covered picnic areas, spacious parking, paved walking trail, veterans memorial and clean restrooms.

Kingswood Park

kingswood park in mason

4188 Irwin Simpson Road, Mason, OH
Sitting on top of astro-turf, the kid playground is newer with multilevel structures for bigger kids and a separate space for younger children. Kids can climb high on cargo nets, ropes, ladder steps, monkey bars and an extra wide slide. The toddler space has the same features but on a lower level to keep the little ones safe.

Landen Deerfield Park Challenge Course

landen deerfield park

2258 US-22, Maineville, OH 45039
Designed for ages 13+ but fun for children 7+, the challenge course at the front of the park features several agility stations to climb, crawl and run through. Ninja steps, traverse wall, u-turn ramp, floating boards, sway steps, agility trainer, up & over, corridor and vault wall provide a fun workout and challenge.

Makino Park

6100 Kopfler Court, Mason
Makino Park’s Common Ground Playground is a one-of-a-kind play space that encourages inclusivity and accessibility. This 23-acre park in Mason is the first of its kind in the area, with numerous features designed to make it a place for all. Sensory-friendly play structures, interactive elements, and a variety of different areas designed for kids from toddlers to elementary age make this a wonderful place for families with kids of different ages or developmental stages.

Pine Hill Lakes Playground

Pine Hill Lakes Park

211 Kings Mills Road in Mason, Ohio 45040
Designed for kids who love to climb up, down, and all around, the playground has a huge rope dome unlike other parks. Inside the dome are tiered levels of climbing with different bridges and ladders. The smaller space, designed for younger children age 2-5 has an adorable caterpillar theme with lots of slides.

Seven Gables Park

seven gables park

11680 Seven Gables Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45249
Symmes Township must have one thing and one thing only on their mind- being home to the coolest playgrounds in Cincinnati. With the future in mind, playgrounds around the township highlight inclusive, sensory-friendly structures, and downright COOL designs like the tree house playground in Seven Gables Park.

Smale Riverfront Park

100 Ted Berry Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202
If you have yet to visit Smale Riverfront Park, it definitely needs to top your list this spring and summer. The atmosphere can’t be beat with the river on one side and the skyline of downtown on the other and the playground is wonderfully unique. In addition to spots where kids can climb and slide, and even ride a flying pig, make sure to check out the multiple water fun areas throughout the park.

South Fork Park

south fork playground

9200 Southfork Park Dr., Florence, KY 41042
This large park is hidden back in a neighborhood, but is definitely worth seeking out! The rubber ground and large play structures are great for all ages and make sure you head across the field to the creek, which is also a fun, natural playground that many take advantage of!

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Summit Park

4335 Glendale Milford Rd., Blue Ash, OH 45242′
Summit Park in Blue Ash is arguably the most innovative playground in the city. This large park is constantly adding more and more exciting features, with a new playscape coming soon! And for now, enjoy the creative playground and paved walking trail that provide fun for everyone.

Symmes Township Park

11600 Lebanon Road, 45140
Visually, this playground is wonderful to keep an eye on your child at all times. There’s no blind spots; even the rock wall is see-through! With plenty of climbing, jumping, spinning and zip lining, the nearby picnic tables and shelter come in handy for a quick snack. Bonus: nice restrooms are steps away!

Timberman Road Playground

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810 New London Road, Hamilton OH 45013
The multi-level climber has been suggested to be better for older kids ages 4+. However, the playground does include a smaller side for toddlers to slide, swing and climb. The entire playground sits on artificial turf, safe and convenient for kids of all ages.

Voice of America MetroPark

voice of america playground

7850 VOA Park Dr., West Chester Township, OH 45069
The playground and activities offered at Voice of America Park make it a destination all locals will enjoy. The playground is large and great for all ages and on a nice, summer day you can also take a boat for a spin on the large lake.

West Fork Park

West Fork Park

4764 West Fork Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45247
Recently reopened and completely redone, West Fork Park is an incredible play space for all children. It has too many unique features to count, and even has a zip line for kids to test their bravery.

Winton Woods/Parky’s Farm

10073 Daly Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45231
Parky’s Farm is known as a part of Winton Woods with plenty of animal fun, but it also has an amazing playground. This farm-themed play structure is large and appealing to many ages. There are also great spots for a picnic and other activities offered throughout the summer, plus Parky’s Ark, a super-fun splash park!

Ziegler Park

1322 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, OH 45202
Possibly the newest park on the list, Ziegler Park has great urban feel, with plenty of creative fun for kids. The park is adjacent to the sprayground for even more hot, summer day fun.

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